In this lesson I want to teach how to really bring the color of major chords by using the major pentatonic when improvising over them.
Do you wish you could write guitar solos, but don’t think you can play fast enough?
On this lesson I have five licks using the G minor pentatonic scale in the five positions.
In this lesson, we will go through some arpeggio-based ideas that you can start incorporating into your playing, regardless of the genre you like to play the most.
In this lesson I share with you the thought process that is going on in my mind as I improvise over a backing track. I consider that is really beneficial to think about what your playing and why are you playing it.
In this lesson there are two great guitarists lines I´m playing, discuss and analyze. The guitarists are John Scofield and Mike Stern. When studying it´s good to learn from the licks and lines.
Learn 6 cool String Sweep Picking Arpeggios that used in the begging of Rhapsody of Fire solo called "Unholy Warcry."
In this lesson we look at a few licks and the sound difference between sliding and bending while they are played.
This little trick could save your life on-stage when you need that authentic Blues sound...
If you want to be a great player, it's vital that you learn to improvise!
Learning scales is pretty essential when it comes to lead playing, especially for improvisation. One of the first scale you're likely to learn is the minor pentatonic.
Learn some phrases to improve your soloing skills.