Blues Etudes - Position 3: "A Shape" On to the 3rd installment as we get even further out harmonically... Taking a teaspoon of inspiration from the lines of John Coltrane, we work in
Back again with another 12-bar solo. This time I go into more detail on note choice in the video, as requested by some YouTube viewers. I hope the info is useful to you!
The September Guitar Journal is a siiiiick shred lick ;0) along with some tips on working economy/sweep picking into your regular playing. Tabs can be downloaded here: http://tinyurl.com/oogeccz
This month's first video (there are more in the works) is a fast pentatonic-based lick in A. Hybrid picking is the easiest way to perform it, but if your string skipping chops are up,
This month's guitar journal focuses on learning right hand techniques for country guitar picking. There's a lot to learn for those of you who've never plucked a chicken before... You can order the PDF
This a a blues scale (with added maj 6th!) lick that I yoinked from a Phil X youtube video. If you don't know who Phil X is, then check out this video. Not only does
This month, both guitar journal entries are about using open strings to play scales. This entry gives you a fast lick to practice, making use of a C scale starting
Sorry for the wait! Here is the January post for the guitar journal. This is meant for intermediate to advanced players, so please see the next post if you are here for beginner's lessons -