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Slipknot: 'Psychosocial' Guitar Solo Lesson With Chris Zoupa
Slipknot: 'Psychosocial' Guitar Solo Lesson With Chris Zoupa
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Check out this step by step article and tutorial on the manly beast mode solos in "Psychosocial" by Slipknot.
Seventh Chords And Why They Matter
How To Take Any Song And Make A Really Cool Unplugged Acoustic Guitar Version Out Of It
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A Simple Trick For Jazz And Blues Guitar Licks
A Simple Trick For Jazz And Blues Guitar Licks
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If your guitar heroes use a lot of "wrong" notes and make them sound "right," and you can't... here's how to do it!
How To Overcome Writer's Block
Should You Be Using Sharps Or Flats When Transcribing Tabs And Chords?
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How to Get the Spark Back Into Your Acoustic Guitar Playing With These 3 Killer Techniques - Part 2
How To Get The Spark Back Into Your Acoustic Guitar Playing With These 3 Killer Techniques - Part 2

Here are 3 more very cool and creative ways in which you can play your guitar.

POSTED: 02/27/2015 - 09:47 am

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Blues Soloing: Outlining the Changes Without Shifting Positions
Blues Soloing: Outlining The Changes Without Shifting Positions

In this lesson we take a look at how to solo over a blues by changing scales along with the chord changes while staying in the same position on the fretboard.

POSTED: 02/26/2015 - 10:46 am

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Open Triads in Solos with Jens Larsen
Open Triads In Solos With Jens Larsen

In this lesson I want to give you a few exercises and show how I use open voiced triads in my solos.

POSTED: 02/24/2015 - 11:17 am

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A Simple Trick for Jazz and Blues Guitar Licks
A Simple Trick For Jazz And Blues Guitar Licks

If your guitar heroes use a lot of "wrong" notes and make them sound "right," and you can't... here's how to do it!

POSTED: 02/19/2015 - 10:03 am

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2 (Related) Reasons You Should Sing Everything You Practice
2 (Related) Reasons You Should Sing Everything You Practice

A one-two punch that will get you singing when you pick up your guitar and will know you out when you see the results.

POSTED: 02/17/2015 - 11:09 am

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Improvising With Knowledge: Lesson 8 (Arpeggios)
Improvising With Knowledge: Lesson 8 (Arpeggios)

Many players completely rely on scales for soloing, but forget that they are soloing over a chord, which can be implied by an arpeggio. Here's a few arpeggio shapes and exercises that can get you started to have a broader approach to improvisation.

POSTED: 02/17/2015 - 09:48 am

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Slipknot: 'Psychosocial' Guitar Solo Lesson with Chris Zoupa
Slipknot: 'Psychosocial' Guitar Solo Lesson With Chris Zoupa

Hey guys. Check out my step by step article and tutorial on the manly beast mode solos in "Psychosocial" by Slipknot.

POSTED: 02/16/2015 - 09:49 am

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How to Easily Form New Practice Habits
How To Easily Form New Practice Habits

Do you want to practice more, but not sure where to start? Do you wish you had a more structured routine when it comes to practicing the guitar? This article will give you a simple idea on how to kick start your practice routine and gain momentum with your guitar playing.

POSTED: 02/13/2015 - 10:29 am

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5 Tips to Get a Better Live Guitar Tone
5 Tips To Get A Better Live Guitar Tone

Tips for performing guitarists to help maximize their live guitar sound.

POSTED: 02/13/2015 - 10:29 am

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Applied Theory: Using the Modes for Creative Purposes
Applied Theory: Using The Modes For Creative Purposes

In this lesson I show you how the modes of the major scale can be used in the context of composition and songwriting.

POSTED: 02/11/2015 - 10:24 am

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