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Cornell build amps for Eric Clapton! Dennis Cornell built a name for himself by repairing and modding classic amps for many years. This led him to building custom amps for clients and eventually developing his own range of amps. These days Dennis combine his time between repairing high end boutique amps and building/developing his own [...]
Learn how to play Weak by Skunk Anansie! In this first video we did with Ace he talks you through Skunk Anansie’s monster hit Weak. In an attempt to make Weak sound like an acoustic song, Ace changed some chords shapes on the neck, creatively experimenting with what sounded good. The shapes he came up [...]
Learn to play Picking On Me from Ace himself in this video lesson! In this video guitar lesson, Ace himself talks you through how to play Skunk Anansie’s Picking On Me. This was a B-side and Skunk Anansie rarely played it live. The chords used are from the key of G or Em, using VI [...]
Ace demonstrate how to play Hedonism In the video, Ace talks you through the chords of this song. At first, they might seem new, and difficult to pick out what roman numerals could be paired with such a progression. This is due to a few different factors, first of all it’s about key signatures, Fm, [...]
Ace demonstrates how to play Brazen (Weep) by his band Skunk Anansie. Readers of The Guitar Conspiracy can clearly see how this classic skunk track use chords from the key of G, but constantly avoids the G chord. The closest we get is a I/III with the G/B chord. This means that the song is [...]