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James Burton Style Country Lick

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James Burton’s trademark “chicken pickin'”
style – bright, crisp and concise –
is one of the most unique sounds in
country music, and a huge influence
on rock guitar as well !

Here’s a good example of his style with
a short Country Blues lick working over
an E7 chord, written down in notes and tabs.

Click for the PDF here:
JAMES BURTON STYLE LICK

You can listen to the lick here:

 

Hope you enjoy!
Marcus

Marcus Klossek Electric Trio Swirlin’ Times – Out Now

Hello everybody,

we are absolutely happy that our new album SWIRLIN’ TIMES is out now!
The music pretty sums up everything we‘ve done so far.

Marcus Klossek Swirlin' Times

Marcus Klossek – acoustic & electric guitars
Roland Fidezius – bass
Philipp Bernhardt – drums

Watch the Album Trailer here:

Tracklisting:

  1. SWIRL
  2. POLYMER BEACH
  3. BRONC BUSTER AND THE PAINTED LADIES
  4. MIS TAHITI NEVER LIES
  5. BY HOOK OR CROOK
  6. UP A LAZY RIVER
  7. ONE STEP BEYOND HAPPINESS
  8. DILEMMAS DON’T SOLVE EASILY
  9. NO REASON FOR A LOVEBIRD TO DIE
  10. ALL ALONG MY RAZOR-EDGE
  11. BY NIGHT

Total Time: 51:17

All compositions written and arranged by Marcus Klossek
except Up A Lazy River by Hoagy Carmichael

Recorded October 23&24, 2014 at Zentri.Fuge Studio, Berlin
Engineerd by Tito Knapp

Mixed and mastered by Tito Knapp and Marcus Klossek
November 2014 at Zentr.Fuge Studio, Berlin

Art Direction and Design by Sandy Amerio
Photos by Sandy Amerio
www.amerio.org

Released by Unit Records, Switzerland
www.unitrecords.com

Special thanks to Roland Fidezius, Philipp Bernhardt,
Tito Knapp, Harald Haerter and Sandy Amerio

You can get SWIRLIN’ TIMES right here in the Shop
or at Amazon, iTunes and stores everywhere.

And feel free to write comments!

All the best,
Marcus

INTO THE STORM – Note For Note

Due to popular demand here’s a Note for Note transcription
of Into The Storm as played on Now&Again.

Including behind the nut bending, double stops and grungy rhythms.
You will see in the Tab that i’m using open strings wherever i can.

Added to the transcription is a lead sheet, just as the musicians
received them for the recording session.

All that said, it’s fun to play!

INTO THE STORM

 

Mystery Train

Mystery Train is a must for all electric guitar pickers vocabulary,
a very important part of understanding the pick and fingerstyle !
(pick, middel and ring finger, right hand)

Here is the lick written in the style of the great Scotty Moore,
truly one of the treasures of guitar playing and music in general !

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Note the alternating part that jumps from from the low E to the
middle E on the D string. ( both played with the pick)
A partial  barre (1st finger) is what covers the A chord we have to throw in.

Play it slowly at first, then speed it up as you feel more confident with it.

See the music sheet here:
MYSTERY TRAIN

Have fun !

a long term lesson about arpeggios

A great way to take your playing to the next level is using
arpeggios (maj7 / min7 / dominant7 / diminished / augmented) in your solo!

Learning arpeggios can develop speed, improve strength and dexterity while
simultaneously helping you to memorize chord tones.

Soloing with arpeggios means one can hear the chord progression in your solo lines.

See the lesson with notes, tabs, fingerings and helpful application tips here:
Arpeggios 101

PS: Practising with a loop-station to record a chord or a chord progression helps a lot!

 

Bending, Slides & More 2.0

Hi to all guitar players !

Here i’ve written down some examples of pedal steel guitar licks, bendings,
jazz voicings and harmonics.

Try to incorporate them in your playing, the examples are all working
over a G C D7 G chord progression.

  1. wholetone bendings in G C D7 G
  2. variation of example 1 backwards
  3. a harder one (one and half step bendings), but give it a shot 🙂
  4. hammer-ons with chord colour tones (13th / 9th)
  5. 6th and 9th chords with steel guitar picking patterns, sounds very jazzy
  6. melodic harmonics with behind the nut bending
  7. HAVE FUN !

See the lesson with PDF (Notes + TAB) and MP3’s for detailed explications here:
Bending, Slides & More 2.0

 

MINOR PENTATONIC

The Minor Pentatonic or Blues Scale is probably the first scale we’ve learned as a beginner.

A Minor Pentatonic Scale = A C D E G A

Minor Pentatonic is guitar friendly and sounds cool over a Blues.
Generations of famous Rock and Blues Guitarists established their career on it!

But there are also a lot of other chords where we can use our minor pentatonic scale.

Here are a few:

  • D minor 7
  • F major 7
  • G minor 7
  • Bb major 7 (i like this one a lot!)
  • F# 7 alt
  • C7

So my proposition is:
Play a loop (with a loop-station e. g.) with one of the chords, solo over it with A minor pentatonic
and hear how different and sophisticated one and the same scale can sound.

Have fun!

Marcus Klossek Electric Trio Now & Again

There are numerous ways to tell stories; from mouth to mouth, recited and sung, through the written word, carved in stone, penciled with quill and ink, thrown by an artist colourfully onto canvas…

Marcus Klossek reaches for his guitar, and we listen spellbound to the rhythms and melodies that he and his Electric Trio (including Roland Fidezius – bass, and Philipp Bernhardt – drums) develop in front of us.

Whether chapters of a novel or complex verses of poetry, the composer and guitarist Marcus Klossek manages with his playing to allow an intensely vivid and heartfelt story structure to emerge in our mind’s eye.

As though sketched by a light hand, aural images of a captivating density emerge; powerful like “Into The Storm’, wildly swinging like “Overground” and full of subtle tension like “On Your Way”.

At the very end, he dedicates a guitar solo to the unforgotten H. Knef on “I’m too tired…”. Written by Charly Niessen in the ’60s, it can almost be regarded as a German jazz standard, and offers the perfect ending alongside “Now & Again”.

“I don’t need to show anyone or prove that I can play guitar” said Marcus Klossek about the intentions behind his compositions and his playing.
He continued: “I’ve been writing pieces for twenty years and it has always been important to me that the story is heard first and then the guitar…”.

Shrouded in modesty, he has toured countless clubs and festivals since his music studies at the University of Arts in Amsterdam. He has also for a longtime been an instructor for guitar and ensembles in Berlin.
Incidentally, his virtuoso guitar playing has made him one of the busiest musicians on the german scene.

The really good stories don’t need to be flashy and loud in order to lodge themselves firmly in our hearts…

Track List:

  1. INTO THE STORM
  2. EASY FOR YOU
  3. OVERGROUND
  4. IT’S TIME
  5. NOW AGAIN
  6. SHORT YEARS
  7. OPEN COUNTRY
  8. ALL AT ONCE
  9. ON YOUR WAY
  10. ICH BIN ZU MÜDE

Released by Mons Records.

Go to: CD SHOP
 

A HOLIDAY JOB FOR YOU !

Hi, here’s a nice holiday job for all guitar players !

Learn to play a piece of music written by one of the greatest musician of all time: J.S. Bach

An excerpt from “Three Sonatas and three Partitas”
(BWV 1001-1006), originally composed for solo violin.

Ok, i must admit that it will cost some time,
but it’s worth the work and i have added positions and fingerings for help.

The payment ?
Melodies, triads and 7th chords all combined brilliantly !
Aside from that it will improve your picking technique and build
finger independence.

See the sheet music here:
BACH