One of the hallmarks of Jimi Hendrix’s style was his technique of playing licks in-between chords. Many of his songs—from “The Wind Cries Mary” to “Little Wing” to “Bold As Love”—feature his supreme lead fills punctuating the space between his chords.
If you’re primarily a rhythm guitarist, you may feel out of your depth when it comes to blending rhythm and lead work. But this video lesson from Paul Davids should have you using the technique with confidence in no time at all. Paul presents 10 examples, complete with TAB.
“This is not difficult,” Paul says. “I’m pretty sure everyone can play like this, because the theory behind it is so stunningly easy.
“For this video, I’m just talking about major and minor chords. But even when encountering more difficult chords with lots of extensions, you can most of the time derive them back to the good old major and minor chords.”
Paul provides the TAB right in the video. To download the TAB and support his efforts, visit his Patreon page.
And be sure to visit Paul’s YouTube channel for more excellent tutorials like this.
How to Play Licks In-Between Chords: 10 Examples with Tab
Source: Guitar World