Improvisation & Soloing
Songwriting & Lyrics
Here are suggestions on arpeggios to the m7b5 chord to use in the soloing. When using new arpeggios to the chords you find new sounds to soloing with and you also get new soloing ideas.
Are you a current or aspiring songwriter who is feeling in a bit of a slump? Maybe you feel like you just aren't good enough or that you don't have what it takes? This article will work to ease your worries, and also give you the tools to start improving on your songwriting today.
In this lesson there are 3 great guitarists lines I´m playing, discuss and analyze. The guitarists are Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery and George Benson. The intention with the lesson is not just to learn the lines but also learn from the lines.
Two pentatonic scales that can be used in almost any context within the melodic minor scale, plus with altered and dominant chords- offering interesting melodic possibilities for improvisation. And the best of all, they are easy to learn!
Barre Chord Workout for those of you trying to get through your barre chord phase. Just keep playin' em.
Writing lyrics for music isn't always easy, but there are a few other techniques other than inspiration that will make even a mediocre writer able to turn out great lyrics time and again.
Do you feel trapped in a mediocre chord progression bubble? Are your chord progressions not sounding as good as they used to? Looks like you are ready to start learning some tricks to take your progressions to the next level.
In this lesson "walking bass with chords” part 3 on the guitar I´ll discuss chords as dominant/tritonus substitution, dominant diminished chords, colored chords and how to put in open strings to the chords.
Fingerpicking is great for classical and many other pieces, it gives a different sound than picking with a pick. This lesson is about how to start fingerpicking, after leaning to play with no thumb, its time to add the bass.
Fingerpicking is great for classical and many other pieces, it gives a different sound than picking with a pick. This lesson is about how to start fingerpicking, resting your fingers but without using your thumb to play the bass.