By using this basic formula 1x2x3x4=24; we arrive at a finite number of 4-note chords, i.e. seventh chords (Root, 3rd, 5th,7th). A list of these chord voicings/permutations is given with some examples of how to practice them. Technically you'll find some that aren't suited to guitar, but I find them essential to filling in a complete picture of the fingerboard.
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.
Has someone told you that learning scales will make you a lifeless player, making the same sounds again and again? Do you think this is already happening to you when it's time to bust out another solo even if you don't know any scales to begin with? What exactly is happening, and why are so many guitar players scared of playing solos that sound like scales?