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F# Hungarian Minor Alternate Pick Lick With Chris Zoupa
F# Hungarian Minor Alternate Pick Lick With Chris Zoupa
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Every wondered how the minor scales sounds in Hungary? Constantly? Well let's get acquainted with this exotic scale... Alternate pick style!
Do You Want To Know Why Your Blues Solos Do Not Resemble Those Of Your Blues Heroes?
Become A Better Acoustic Guitar Player By Studying The Styles And Techniques Of Chet Atkins
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How To Avoid Sucking As A Self-Taught Guitarist
How To Avoid Sucking As A Self-Taught Guitarist
74 comments, 153 votes
If you are disappointed with the results of your efforts to get better as a guitarist, this lesson will help you.
A Simple Trick For Jazz And Blues Guitar Licks
How To Get The Spark Back Into Your Acoustic Guitar Playing With These 3 Killer Techniques - Part 2
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Operation Shred Guitar IV: Strings Attached
Operation Shred Guitar IV: Strings Attached

Welcome to Operation Shred Guitar IV: Strings Attached. In this lesson, ye will learn more secrets of the almighty shredlords!

POSTED: 07/07/2015 - 11:30 am

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Is It Ever Too Late to Learn Guitar? - With Kevin Goetz
Is It Ever Too Late To Learn Guitar? - With Kevin Goetz

Answering the biggest question that stops people before they ever start.

POSTED: 07/07/2015 - 10:25 am

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Diatonic Exercise with George Salas
Diatonic Exercise With George Salas

Hey guys! I hope you enjoy this exercise. I use this one to practice alternate picking and speed while staying in a key.

POSTED: 07/07/2015 - 09:56 am

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Jazz Blues Chord Solo With Jens Larsen
Jazz Blues Chord Solo With Jens Larsen

This lesson is a short etude, a chord solo on an F blues. You should be able to use it as inspiration and resource to make your own chord solos but if it was played less dense it will also work well for comping.

POSTED: 07/02/2015 - 12:12 pm

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Modes: Tonal Note Focus
Modes: Tonal Note Focus

This modes lesson takes a look at placing our focus upon the "tonal note" (the modes tonic) when studying composing and improvising with modes.

POSTED: 07/01/2015 - 10:54 am

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The Key Change: Useless Cliche or Lost Art?
The Key Change: Useless Cliche Or Lost Art?

A look into the merits of the key change and it's place in songwriting.

POSTED: 07/01/2015 - 10:29 am

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How to Play and Use a II-V-I Progression Properly
How To Play And Use A II-V-I Progression Properly

The basic chord progression in modal music is the famous ii-V-I progression. This turnaround is common in jazz music but also in other popular music styles that are based on modal theory.

POSTED: 06/30/2015 - 11:53 am

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Danzig: 'Mother' Guitar Solo Lesson With Chris Zoupa
Danzig: 'Mother' Guitar Solo Lesson With Chris Zoupa

Hey guys. Check out my step by step tutorial to the simple yet win guitar solo from the Danzig classic "Mother."

POSTED: 06/29/2015 - 12:19 pm

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Three Octave Modes
Three Octave Modes

Hello everybody! Here is a great lesson to use to play scales diagonally as opposed to playing vertically all the time. Be sure you review my past lesson on 3 Notes per String as this will help you very much through this. Hope you enjoy!

POSTED: 06/29/2015 - 11:29 am

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Tips to Help You Master Barre Chords
Tips To Help You Master Barre Chords

In this lesson I share with you some thoughts and ideas that will most likely help you improve your fretting hand technique when it comes to barre chords.

POSTED: 06/29/2015 - 10:23 am

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