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• Author: @michaelsocarras
3 Note per string scales in different keys. Learn how to play and maximize this scale to get cool "outside" sounding tones in your playing and improvising as well as soloing.
• Author: @chusss
In Part 1 of this blues guitar lesson I shared with you a simple way to add extra style/flavor to your blues improvisation by mixing the major and minor pentatonic scales together rather than just playing only one of them all the time.
This is Part 2 and I'm going to share with you 2 more scales that will take you to the next level of the playing blues guitar.
• Author: @chusss
You can always play the minor pentatonic scale when you are improvising or playing some blues solos. That is totally fine, however it may sound dull and/or repetitive sometimes as you may run out of ideas or phrases quickly.
In the two parts of this quick lesson I will share with you a cool method of mixing a few scales.
• Author: @jenslarsen
I get a lot of questions on technique building and what to work on to become a better improvisor. This lesson is a demonstration of my vision on how to approach scale practice to get the most benefit out of it from an improvisor's point of view.
Get out of the open chord/bar chord rut many players find themselves in. Learn these advanced sounding, yet easy to play guitar chords that can be used all over the neck of the guitar. These chords can be used in any style and are very useful in both a soloing and rhythm context.
I am from Argentina. I want to share with you some of the history, theory and some of my experience with the Latin and Afrocuban Music. These styles are very rich rhythmically and some of them mix with the complex armonies of Jazz , like the Brazilian bossaNova.
When you pick up your guitar, do you find that your fingers instinctively move to the same progressions you've heard over and over? Do you ever wonder how professional musicians always seem to freshen up their sound? If you've found yourself in this place before, then this simple technique might help you out.
Harp harmonics are one of the most impressive techniques for your guitar playing. They have a magical sound to them that is hard to believe is coming from a guitar. In this article learn the basics to the technique of playing harp harmonics on your guitar. You will learn exactly what you need to do, and in what order, to get this very cool and unique technique into your playing.