#1
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Guitar:
Floyd Rose discovery series 3 (with speed loader bridge)
Gibson Les paul studio
Pedals:
Zoom G2.1U pedal
Amps:
vox valvetronix 50 watt
Dean "stack in a box" headphone amp
Last edited by unforgiven_hope at Sep 7, 2017,
#2
For chords, try and master Major, Minor, as well as 7th's and perhaps diminshed - in 2 positions each if possible.

For scales, i'd advise learning the Pentatonic first, then progressing onto the harmonic/melodic minor scales as well as the major scale. Try and learn these in a few positions too. One of the main points of progressing on the guitar is being able to play anywhere on the neck, in other words - escape the box!

Good luck to ya =).
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#3
The most commonly used scales would be the major and minor scales and the pentatonics of course. Then you should practice the melodic and harmonic minor as well, as those are pretty cool. Once you get around modes and stuff you should probably practise those as well. For chords, I would suggest that you instead of just taking a lot of chord diagrams and practice them, you try and build the chords you want. Start simple by taking for instance a C major chord, Find the C - E and G and play them in all their invensions and everywhere on the fretboard. Do that with a lot of Chords!
#4
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Guitar:
Floyd Rose discovery series 3 (with speed loader bridge)
Gibson Les paul studio
Pedals:
Zoom G2.1U pedal
Amps:
vox valvetronix 50 watt
Dean "stack in a box" headphone amp
Last edited by unforgiven_hope at Sep 7, 2017,