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Am 3 Octave Shred Lick With Chris Zoupa
Am 3 Octave Shred Lick With Chris Zoupa
22 comments, 22 votes
Check out this simple shred lick in "A" minor. An easy exercise for beginners and intermediate players to build shredding speed.
Shell Voicings As Arpeggios With Jens Larsen
How To Take Your Blues Rhythm Skills To The Next Level
+ more for beginners 
  
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
23 comments, 24 votes
Here are 3 more very cool and creative ways in which you can play your guitar.
A Simple Trick For Jazz And Blues Guitar Licks
Learn Tapping In 5 Minutes With A Simple Pentatonic Exercise
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How to Take Your Blues Rhythm Skills to the Next Level
How To Take Your Blues Rhythm Skills To The Next Level

In this lesson, I'll show you how to make all of your riffs sound funky, sweet, forceful or any other emotion that you feel.

POSTED: 03/31/2015 - 10:59 am

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Shell Voicings as Arpeggios With Jens Larsen
Shell Voicings As Arpeggios With Jens Larsen

In this lesson I want to demonstrate how you can use the shell voicings as arpeggios to get some nice more open interval structures from some shapes you might already have in your fingers.

POSTED: 03/30/2015 - 09:59 am

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Horizontal and Vertical Approaches to Practising Scales
Horizontal And Vertical Approaches To Practising Scales

In this lesson, we are going to look at two different approaches to practicing scales. The attached exercise is going to make it easier for you to move between your modes as well as piece together your own scale runs.

POSTED: 03/30/2015 - 08:38 am

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The Devil's Chord: R + 6-6-6
The Devil's Chord: R + 6-6-6

A look inside diminished chords.

POSTED: 03/26/2015 - 09:01 am

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This is Why You Suck at Guitar: Weekend Wankshop With Ben Eller
This Is Why You Suck At Guitar: Weekend Wankshop With Ben Eller

Uncle Ben Eller introduces his new weekly lesson series, Weekend Wankshop!

POSTED: 03/25/2015 - 11:08 am

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Alterations to the Minor Pentatonic Scale: The Dominant Pentatonic scale
Alterations To The Minor Pentatonic Scale: The Dominant Pentatonic Scale

This lesson explores the structure and the use of the minor pentatonic with a major 3rd.

POSTED: 03/25/2015 - 10:29 am

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Using Wide Distances Between Notes to Make Sweep-Picked Arpeggios More Interesting
Using Wide Distances Between Notes To Make Sweep-Picked Arpeggios More Interesting

In this lesson I'll show you how to make arpeggios more interesting by using wide gaps between the notes contained in them.

POSTED: 03/25/2015 - 10:14 am

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Create Your Own Custom Blues Shapes
Create Your Own Custom Blues Shapes

Learn how to mix minor and major blues shapes to create unique and interesting box shapes of your own.

POSTED: 03/25/2015 - 09:48 am

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The Augmented Scale With Jens Larsen
The Augmented Scale With Jens Larsen

This lesson will shortly describe the augmented scale, how it is constructed and some of the arpeggios it contains. I'll also give a few basic exercises and some melodic ideas that I might use when I use the scale in an improvisation.

POSTED: 03/25/2015 - 09:28 am

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Am 3 Octave Shred Lick with Chris Zoupa
Am 3 Octave Shred Lick With Chris Zoupa

Hey guys check out this simple shred lick in "A" minor. An easy exercise for beginners and intermediate players to build shredding speed.

POSTED: 03/24/2015 - 09:42 am

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