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How To Make The Blues Scale Your Own
How To Make The Blues Scale Your Own
7 comments, 12 votes
In this lesson you'll learn how to break down the blues scale into fragments in order to come up with your own licks and gain more control over the sound of your blues playing.
Nine Ways To Practice Like A Pro
Using Intervals For Emotion - Part 2
Practical Applications Of Minor Inversions
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Should You Be Using Sharps Or Flats When Transcribing Tabs And Chords?
Should You Be Using Sharps Or Flats When Transcribing Tabs And Chords?
23 comments, 20 votes
We'll create a chord chart for each key in the major scale which will show you when to use sharps and flats when you are transcribing music into tabs and chord sheets.
Quartal Harmony In Solos With Jens Larsen
What Are I IV V (1 4 5) Chords And Why Should You Care?
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The Importance of Focus
The Importance Of Focus

A short treatise on the mental attitudes necessary to get the most out of your practice routine. Don't practice hard, practice smart!

POSTED: 01/30/2015 - 08:55 am

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Guitar Chord Inversions
Guitar Chord Inversions

Applying different inversions for major, minor, Diminished, major 7th, minor 7th, dominant 7th and minor 7th b5 chords.

POSTED: 01/30/2015 - 08:28 am

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Showing Your Work: The Difference Between 6 and 13
Showing Your Work: The Difference Between 6 And 13

Find out how to easily avoid a common error when referring to 13 chords on the guitar.

POSTED: 01/29/2015 - 10:37 am

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How to Take Any Song and Make a Really Cool Unplugged Acoustic Guitar Version Out of It
How To Take Any Song And Make A Really Cool Unplugged Acoustic Guitar Version Out Of It

In this article I will present to you some cool, easy, and unique ways you can approach creating your very own acoustic versions of electric songs in both a band and solo context.

POSTED: 01/28/2015 - 10:44 am

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How to Make the Blues Scale Your Own
How To Make The Blues Scale Your Own

In this lesson you'll learn how to break down the blues scale into fragments in order to come up with your own licks and gain more control over the sound of your blues playing.

POSTED: 01/28/2015 - 10:44 am

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Improvising With Knowledge: Lesson 6
Improvising With Knowledge: Lesson 6

If you are new to soloing, you probably have that one great pentatonic scale for soloing. But why stop at one? Here's another great pentatonic scale shape to add to your playing.

POSTED: 01/27/2015 - 10:05 am

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Neapolitan Chords: What They Are and How to Use Them
Neapolitan Chords: What They Are And How To Use Them

Hey guys, I decided to make a very random but informative video about Neapolitan Chords! These chords are my absolute favorite when it comes to chromatic harmony.

POSTED: 01/27/2015 - 09:34 am

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Sweep Picking Lesson: Starting From the Inside
Sweep Picking Lesson: Starting From The Inside

In this lesson I show you one simple trick to make sweep-picked arpeggios more interesting.

POSTED: 01/27/2015 - 09:18 am

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Iron Maiden: 'Aces High' Guitar Solo Lesson with Chris Zoupa
Iron Maiden: 'Aces High' Guitar Solo Lesson With Chris Zoupa

Hey guys. Check out my step by step article and tutorial on the win solos in "Aces High" by Iron Maiden.

POSTED: 01/26/2015 - 10:23 am

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Make It Musical: Etude Instead of Just Practicing Exercises
Make It Musical: Etude Instead Of Just Practicing Exercises

In this article I tell you how an etude can be a more fun way to practice certain techniques, as opposed to just practicing exercises.

POSTED: 01/26/2015 - 09:58 am

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