Micro Lesson 114: "E Minor" Classic Rock Riff

Welcome to... "Micro-Lesson 114"

This Micro Lesson Jams out on a Classic Rock Riff in the key of "E Minor." 

The riff begins from off of an open, "E," 6th string and applies the, "E Power-chord," from the 5th string seventh fret position. The 5th string root, "E," power chord becomes a sus4 before dropping down a whole-step to a, "D," chord prior to the 2nd measure. 

Once in second measure, a Pentatonic lick creates a statement that pulls in measure three's, "G and A," power chords. 

Measure four not only ties in the keys tonal center tone, (E), as a bass-note, but it also applies a nice turnaround lick on the 2nd and 3rd guitar strings. 

Take your time developing the patterns and watch your fingerings closely when building the speed. Use a metronome or drum machine to build speed. Enjoy!

Micro Lesson 114: "E Minor" Classic Rock Riff


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