Westone Presents Juan De Hoyos: Tricks for Your Licks – Beginner’s Series Guitar Lesson

Westone endorsed artist John “Juan” De Hoyos is back with a new video guitar lesson for beginners. In this video you will learn how to take a basic blues scale and use it to play a guitar lick. Juan will show you how to play in the key of A. First take a small piece of the top end of that scale, start at the high E string, 10 fret at the high E, 8 fret at the high E, go down to the B string, 10 fret, 8 fret, then come down to the G string with the middle finger.

To learn the rest of this guitar lick you’ll have to check out Juan’s video above!

Juan De Hoyos proudly wears Westone ES50 in-ear musicians’ monitors, and plays a phenomenal McPherson guitar. Both of these essential musicians’ tools are proudly made in America: Westone ES IEMs are handcrafted in Colorado; McPherson guitars are hand built in Wisconsin.

Follow Juan on Facebook and be sure to inquire about his personal guitar lessons via Skype.



About Westone Audio

Founded in 1959, Westone Audio is the world's premier manufacturer of high performance in-ear musician’s monitors, earphones for music lovers and innovative speaker technology. After five decades of in-ear and acoustic innovation, Westone has developed a sizable portfolio of exclusive technologies, which incorporate only the most premium materials and optimal processes into all its products. Westone continues to pioneer new innovation into the world of audio and hearing. Our in-ear earphone product lines are actively endorsed by musicians (TobyMac, Third Day, Peter Frampton, Jars of Clay, The Band Perry and Josh Groban to name just a few) and have won acclaim in countless reviews among audiophiles and artist worldwide. Westone is also committed to the prevention and cure of hearing loss and will donate a portion of audio products sold through 2014 to the Hearing Health Foundation (www.hhf.org). Westone is Pure Music.
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