Bored with the pentatonic box? Struggling with the five positions? Try this …
How to combine chord tones with the pentatonic scale to create smooth flowing guitar solos that fit the music over chord and key changes. Includes Video.
Free Guitar LicksA Natural Minor Lick – 4
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Guitar Lick 10 – three string lick in A natural minor. 100bpm eighth note triplets.A Natural Minor Lick – 2
Guitar Lick 9 – three string lick in A natural minor. 100bpm eighth note triplets.
Most amateur guitarists could sound a lot more professional in half the time with half the work if their efforts were directed in the right places. This lessons takes a look at the most common problems that let down beginner and amateur guitar solos.
Guitar ArticlesPlaying Guitar – What Does It Take
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Singing and playing guitar at the same time. Why is it so difficult and is it something you can improve with a bit of practice?Pros & Cons Of Guitar TABS
Guitar Tabs are no doubt very handy but a lot of guitarists let them go to waste. Learn how to make the most of them to improve your all round guitar playing.Natural Talent
Do you need to have a natural talent to become a professional guitarist? Some people certainly seem to have some kind of gift, but how far can you get without it.
Free Jam TracksStraight Feel – 12 Bar Blues Jam Track
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Laid back jam track in A minor with a jazzy blues feel.Rock Jam Track – A Minor
Free jam track in A minor, no chord changes. Handy for practicing scale soloing without worrying about the chord tones.
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Review of Jim Bruce’s Acoustic Blues Fingerpicking Course. If you wanna play ragtime and finger picking blues guitar then read on.
Speed building exercise with free backing tracks and video. One string exercise helps you improve your alternate picking, position shifts, left hand speed and dexterity. And it’s fun!
Music theory, two part crash course. The basics really aren’t that complicated. Some things just aren’t worth NOT knowing. Part one takes a look at the major scale and chord construction.