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Palm Muting: Improve Your Right Hand
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In this set of lessons, Anders Mouridsen will take your palm muting to the next level. Anders will introduce the concepts of right hand control, then dial in a suitable tone. After that we'll look at where and when to mute, followed by how to apply and release your palm. Palm muting arpeggios is up next, then we'll learn how to palm mute bass notes. We'll put it all into a practice tune, and finish up with some easy practice exercises.

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Palm Muting
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Anders will demonstrate how to take your palm muting to the next level by incorporating all the skills learned so far in the course.

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Back For More: The Return of Palm Muting
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This series of lessons will teach the user how to combine barre, power and open chords along with palm muting and arpeggiation to create chord progressions that rock.

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In the Palm of My Hands
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Palm muting is an essential technique for every rock guitarist, and is simple to learn! This tutorial will walk you through the mechanics of how to use palm muting with power and barre chords, accents, and more.

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Muting Techniques & Tricks
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Christopher will show you the fundamentals of muting technique. We'll discuss both fretting hand and picking or strumming hand. We'll also approach the topic from multiple skill levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced.

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More On Strumming: Ghost Strums, Muting, Accents
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To bring the student along into more advanced rhythmic ideas.

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Wilson Pickett
Funky Broadway Wilson Pickett
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There are 2 clean electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 digs into some R&B style licks and riffs throughout the tune, while Guitar 2 holds down the groove with a low E chord strum. This song uses double stops, hammer-ons, palm muting, and some funky R&B strumming.

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Evanescence
Everybody's Fool Evanescence
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There is 1 acoustic and 1 electric guitar in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that plays a fast arpeggiated riff using a different tuning. Guitar 2 is a high gain crunch electric guitar using dropped D tuning to dig into some massive riffs. This song uses arpeggiation, dropped D power chords, octaves, and palm muting.

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Tal Bachman
She’s So High Tal Bachman
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There are 3 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays the main riffs and rhythms throughout using clean and crunch tones, while Guitar 2 adds a clean riff to the arrangement. Guitar 3 is the lead guitar that adds a tasty solo, slide fills, and single note ornamentations. This song uses barre chords, palm muting, steady strum approaches, slide melodies, dynamics and some tasty licks.

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Big & Rich
Comin' To Your City Big & Rich
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This song features an electric guitar playing rhythm throughout the tune, while an acoustic guitar adds a simple part in the funky bridge section. This song uses drop D power chords, steady strum approaches, palm muting, funky riffing, and octaves.

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Alien Ant Farm
Movies Alien Ant Farm
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There is one high gain electric guitar that plays throughout this song. This song uses 16th note based groove strumming, power chords, octaves, palm muting, and dynamics.

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Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)
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There are 2 crunch electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays the main riffs and rhythms throughout, while Guitar 2 rips a brief solo. This song uses power chord riffing, palm muting, searing rock soloing approaches and dynamics.

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Dokken
Alone Again Dokken
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Mike will show you the 3 electric guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that plays some arpeggiated riffs, while Guitar 2 is a crunch rhythm guitar digging into power chords. Guitar 3 is the lead guitar that plays a melodic solo and fills. This song uses chord arpeggiation, open chords and power chords, palm muting, dynamics, and some textbook 80s rock lead guitar approaches.

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Faith Hill
Mississippi Girl Faith Hill
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Mike will show you the 2 light crunch electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays the main riffs and rhythms throughout, while Guitar 2 adds the fills. The tune features a pedal steel solo adapted for guitar. This tune uses grooving strum approaches, power chords and barre chords, palm muting, and dynamics.

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The Hollies
Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress The Hollies
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Mike will show you the 2 clean electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 plays the main riffs and rhythms throughout, while Guitar 2 adds a higher complimentary riff. This song uses chord arpeggiation, boogie diad riffing, palm muting, and hybrid picking.

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Linkin Park
One Step Closer Linkin Park
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Mike will show you the single heavy crunch guitar layer in this tune. Tune down your guitar to dropped Db to play along with this tutorial. This song uses dropped tuning, bombastic heavy riffage, harmonics, octaves, and palm muting.

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Rick Springfield
Love Somebody Rick Springfield
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Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a crunch electric guitar that plays rhythm throughout. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar that adds some great arpeggiated riffs to the arrangement as well as a flashy guitar solo! This song uses power chords, suspended chords, arpeggiation, palm muting, and some killer rock lead approaches.

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Seether
Fake It Seether
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Mike will show you the 2 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is the rhythm guitar that uses a light crunch sound as well as a heavy high-gain sound, while Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that adds some great melodic motifs to add to the arrangement. This song uses dropped C tuning, dropped tuning chords, swinging strum approaches, palm muting, octaves, and dynamics.

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Evanescence
Bring Me To Life Evanescence
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Mike will show you the 3 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean guitar that adapts the piano chords in the intro and outro. Guitar 2 is the main rhythm guitar used throughout, while Guitar 3 adds some melodic octaves in the final chorus. This song uses dynamics, syncopated strumming, palm muting, octaves, and chunky high gain riffing approaches.

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Imagine Dragons
Thunder Imagine Dragons
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Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that strums the chord progressions. An acoustic guitar can also be used. Guitar 2 is a crunch electric guitar that adds an octave riff in the outro. We'll also adapt the synth solo onto this guitar. This song uses open, power, and barre chords, dynamics, palm muting, steady strumming approaches, octaves, and some emotive lead guitar approaches.

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Pixies
Where Is My Mind Pixies
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Mike will show you the 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums the chord progressions throughout. Guitar 2 is a crunch electric guitar that adds additional melodies and power chords. This song uses open and barre chords, steady strumming, power chords, palm muting, and some straight ahead lead guitar approaches.

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Jane's Addiction
Stop! Jane's Addiction
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Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an crunch electric guitar that plays the rhythm riffs throughout. Guitar 2 is the lead guitar that digs into high energy licks. This song uses 7th chords and power chords, palm muting, octaves, and aggressive rock lead approaches.

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Third Eye Blind
Semi-Charmed Life Third Eye Blind
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Mike will show you the 2 electric guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is an electric guitar that plays rhythm throughout. Guitar 2 is an electric guitar that adds some cool textures to the arrangement. This song uses open chords, locked-in, steady strum approaches, palm muting, chord arpeggiation, and dynamics.

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311
Beautiful Disaster 311
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Mike will show you the 2 heavy crunch guitar layers in this tune. Guitar 1 plays through the whole arrangement while Guitar 2 adds some harmonized melodies to the song that uses palm muting, power chords, triads, harmonized leads, reggae-ska rhythm approaches, and dynamics.

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Staples Singers
I'll Take You There Staples Singers
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Mike will show you the clean electric guitar playing a mix of rhythm and lead throughout. The tune opens with a funky horn like melody that's played with palm muting. Next, the groove kicks in and doesn't let up for the whole tune! It's all about funky R&B rhythm and lead guitar approaches.

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Free Lessons With Mike Olekshy
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These free lessons are a preview of what you get with a Full Access membership. If you enjoy these preview lesson and want to learn even more, click the yellow button on this page to try Full Access, which includes thousands of lessons and more about hammer ons & pull offs, power chords and palm muting, boom chick rhythm playing, pedal steel guitar tricks, playing licks with the pentatonic scale and chicken pickin' techniques.

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Fleetwood Mac
Everywhere Fleetwood Mac
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Mike will show you two guitar players featuring great layering interplay using double stops and triads, palm muting, single note bubble lines, and syncopation.

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Van Halen Artist Study
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Dave will show you the signature licks and tricks including two VH inspired mini-songs and a stand alone guitar solo, fast boogie rhythms, two hand tapping, a solo using the MXR Phase 90, hybrid picking, and palm muting triads.

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Jason Aldean
Night Train Jason Aldean
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Mike will show you all the layers of this modern country hit. Using acoustic and electric strumming patterns, octaves, palm muting, and dynamics. There are melodic octaves, barre chords and power chords, a jangly rhythm track and a lead guitar that digs into a thematic, melodic solo.

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The Cars
Just What I Needed The Cars
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Mike will show you all the parts of this 80s era rock classic that features some solid rhythms and killer leads. There are power chords, barre chords, palm muting, syncopation, and a synth melody arranged for guitar!

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GT Channel: Rock with Neal 1
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These Guitar Tricks Channel episodes will teach you rock palm muting techniques, whammy bar tricks with harmonics, pick scraping, getting more notes with hammer-ons and pull-offs, chord riffs, and pentatonic soloing.

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Arpeggiation in Rock
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In this set of lessons, Anders Mouridsen will teach you how to start applying arpeggiation to your rhythm playing. An introduction and a good arpeggio tone come first, then you'll learn how to arpeggiate open chords with 8th notes, power chords with palm muting, and barre chords with 16th notes. Next we'll arpeggiate in 3/4 time; then we'll mix it all up. You'll learn some easy practice exercises, then a practice tune.

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Strumming in Rock
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In this set of rhythm lessons, Anders Mouridsen is going to examine strumming in rock. We'll talk about strumming and get an appropriate tone, then look at palm muting and strumming with both eighth and sixteenth notes. Then we'll learn about ghost strums, and apply everything to two practice tunes. We'll finish with a lesson on how to derive strum patterns from the drums.

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