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http://musictheoryforguitar.com All great guitarists are masters of dynamics, whether they play fas or slow. In this video I show you how...
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http://musictheoryforguitar.com Here I show you an incredibly simple ear training exercise that you can do with your guitar, that is...
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http://musictheoryforguitar.com They told you that in classical music there are two versions of the Melodic Minor scale: ascending and...
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Get the FREE course on chord tone soloing at https://musictheoryforguitar.com/chord-tone-soloing-course.html By taking this course you...
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http://musictheoryforguitar.com Why your guitar lead improvisations all sound the same? It's because you are stuck in a 'rhythm pattern'...
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http://musictheoryforguitar.com See here an example of arpeggio superimposition applied to lead guitar. This technique ca be used to...
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http://musictheoryforguitar.com Watch this video to learn how to create a "Japanese effect" on your guitar by imitating the phrasing of a...
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http://songwritinglessonsonline.com This is a question that I receive surprisingly often: "Hey Tommaso, what instruments do I need to...
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http://musictheoryforguitar.com The guitar is an instrument different than any other. And indeed, the history of guitar is full of people...
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http://musictheoryforguitar.com Learn how to create instantly new and original guitar licks on the pentatonic scale. If you find...
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