This is for players at an intermediate stage.
The rhythm is very important when you improvise and in playing in general. A neat melody is not much but it's rhythm. The rhythm can also develop many pretty bad ideas to really good about finding the right way.
Five tips that have helped me get out of that zone where I've felt stuck, musically. That have helped me improve and advance further as a guitarist.
A short lesson, accompanied by a video, on how to sit with the guitar and how its proper positioning, combined with good posture, affects the fretting hand.
Here's five tips to take you above and beyond with your playing and general satisfaction with your music.
Have you ever faced this wall where you are already comfortable with where you are and you are too lazy to improve. Here are a few tips to get pass that wall!
Guitar players' excessive dedication to practicing solos causes them to neglect the most crucial part of blues guitar, i.e. rhythm playing.
How to know how much better you're getting right at home.
A loop pedal isn't just a fun gadget to use in your guitar playing - it's also a very useful practicing tool!
If you find that your practice is all over the place and has no structure then read this, it will speed up your progress.
What can you do when you are stuck somewhere without your guitar? Here are some ideas.
Learning a song is difficult unless you know how to fix the specific problems you are having. Here is an easy way to identify what mistakes you might be making.
How to avoid stress and actually enjoy practicing so that you get bigger results every time you play.
Learn techniques to help memorize and perform song parts faster with less stress...
This lesson will help you increase the fretting strength in your pinky-finger (if done religiously, of course).
Motivation issues? Writer's block? Here's your cure.
What limits your progress on the guitar while practicing?
Pros practice in a very different way from amateurs. If you want to get as good as your idols, start by copying their practice routines.
Learn how to use compositional devices to decorate the melody and use the melody as a basis for improvisation!
Timing is a crucial skill for all musicians. Improve this often neglected skill with these exercises!
This lesson will demonstrate a simple strategy you can start applying right away so you can learn songs faster and more efficiently.