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Practicing Guitar When You Don't Have A Guitar With You
Practicing Guitar When You Don't Have A Guitar With You
8 comments, 19 votes
Being able to visualize notes on the guitar.
Messing With Alternate Tunings: CGCGCE
Chromatic Shred & Arpeggio Jazz Exercise
Metallica: 'Blackened' Guitar Solo Lesson With Chris Zoupa
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Practicing Scales Through Changes With Jens Larsen
Practicing Scales Through Changes With Jens Larsen
35 comments, 8 votes
A lesson describing a way to practice your scales through a chord progression to get more free when improvising over it.
Ear Training 101: Tonality Based Ear Training
Diatonic Arpeggios - How To Use And Practice Them With Jens Larsen
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Melodic Minor - An Introduction with Jens Larsen
Melodic Minor - An Introduction With Jens Larsen

A lesson on what the melodic minor scale is, what diatonic arpeggios it contains. There are also few examples of lines you can make with the diatonic arpeggios it contains when you play over a Tonic minor chord.

POSTED: 07/23/2014 - 09:41 am

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Practicing Guitar When You Don't Have a Guitar With You
Practicing Guitar When You Don't Have A Guitar With You

Being able to visualize notes on the guitar.

POSTED: 07/19/2014 - 08:11 am

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Repetitive Blues Phrases with Andrew Wasson
Repetitive Blues Phrases With Andrew Wasson

This lesson helps players understand both the rhythmic operation and the melodic concepts involved with performing repetitive Blues phrases.

POSTED: 07/15/2014 - 10:44 am

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Practicing Scales Through Changes with Jens Larsen
Practicing Scales Through Changes With Jens Larsen

A lesson describing a way to practice your scales through a chord progression to get more free when improvising over it.

POSTED: 07/15/2014 - 10:08 am

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Chromatic Shred & Arpeggio Jazz Exercise
Chromatic Shred & Arpeggio Jazz Exercise

Hey guys check out my gypsy jazzesque exercise where we'll combine chromatics, minor 7th and diminished 7th arpeggios in a melodic way!

POSTED: 07/09/2014 - 10:33 am

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Early Motown - Rhythm Guitar with Andrew Wasson
Early Motown - Rhythm Guitar With Andrew Wasson

In this lesson I break down the popular guitar chord voicings, a few common rhythm patterns, and how the chords are mixed together harmonically in the style of Early Motown music.

POSTED: 07/09/2014 - 10:18 am

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Guitar Lab 101 - Rhythm Variety, Outlining the Chords!
Guitar Lab 101 - Rhythm Variety, Outlining The Chords!

I've seen a bunch of chords/scales lessons and I just figured "hey let's make my own!" I'll try to explain shortly which "out of the pentatonic box" figures I use over some minor and major chords. Hope you'll enjoy!

POSTED: 07/09/2014 - 10:18 am

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Diatonic Arpeggios - Superimposing and Altered Chords With Jens Larsen
Diatonic Arpeggios - Superimposing And Altered Chords With Jens Larsen

In this 2nd lesson on Diatonic Arpeggios I am demonstrating how to use the same material to add more extensions to your lines and I am describing a way to deal with altered dominants.

POSTED: 07/04/2014 - 04:06 am

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Jimi Hendrix - Lead Guitar Concepts
Jimi Hendrix - Lead Guitar Concepts

I break down a few of the core ideas used by the late great Jimi Hendrix.

POSTED: 07/04/2014 - 04:06 am

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Unison Licks & Riffs with Andrew Wasson
Unison Licks & Riffs With Andrew Wasson

After the popular technique of unison bends, the next most common use of unison intervals are to have them function as licks and riffs. In the lesson I run through how unison intervals can be applied for licks and riffs.

POSTED: 07/04/2014 - 04:06 am

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