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How to Solo With Modes

• Author: @dconeil
If you are serious about playing the guitar, you must learn how to solo with modes. Understanding guitar modes requires a thorough knowledge of music theory, including major scale construction and harmonization, as well as seventh and extended chord formulas.

How to Play Blues Guitar (part 1)

• Author: @dconeil
Without a doubt, learning how to play blues guitar will serve you well. If you’re a beginner, you’ll soon sound like a pro and you won’t have to spend countless hours working on technique to play great music. If you’re a somewhat experienced player who only plays other genres or styles, you’ll have a new avenue to explore. And, if you’re an advanced guitarist..

Chord Melody Soloing for Guitar

• Author: @dconeil
Are you ready for a challenge? Good! If you answered ‘yes’, then it’s time to learn about chord melody soloing for guitar. This technique, used predominantly by jazz guitarists, incorporates adding the melody line as the top note of each chord in the progression. Lesson contains a sound sample "More - Theme from Mondo Cane".

Open String Guitar Chords

• Author: @dconeil
Are open string guitar chords only used by beginners? Absolutely not! If you are a beginner, you’ll start the musical journey by learning how to play open string chords on the guitar, but you will continue to use them regardless of how proficient you become as a player

Understanding Dominant Chords (part 2)

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Understanding dominant chords and how to use them will add more interest to a simple chord progression.

“Always and Forever” – Applying Theory to Songwriting

• Author: @dconeil
This lesson is analyzing Luther Vandross 1994 cover of “Always and Forever" which is a great example of applying theory to songwriting.

Understanding Dominant Chords (part 1)

• Author: @dconeil
Are you a bit confused by the different types of seventh chords? If so, understanding dominant chords will answer many of the questions that you may have.

Music Theory for Guitar (part 5) - Understanding Intervals II

• Author: @dconeil
Understanding intervals, simple interval, compound interval, inverted interval, complementary interval, identifying intervals..
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