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How To Make Your Guitar Solos Legendary

How To Make Your Guitar Solos Legendary

How To Choose Your First Guitar For Under $500

How To Choose Your First Guitar For Under $500

Tips For Practicing Effectively, And Safely

14 December 2009

A lot of people has heard of the saying “Practice Makes Perfect”, and that is the biggest lie I’ve ever heard. Practice makes permanent, not perfect. You practice the wrong way for 20 years, you are going to play the wrong way for the next 20 years. My goal in this post is to give […]

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Playing By Numbers (The Easiest Music Theory On The Planet)

13 December 2009

Music theory is a subject that still intimidates even the best players, but it shouldn’t. I used to think that if I wanted to be a professional player, then I would have to learn how to sight-read sheet music. Well I found out that’s not the truth. Now it is important to have a basic […]

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How To Get The Perfect Tone (What You Don’t Know Could Be Killing Your Playing)

12 December 2009

Your tone determines your greatness. If you have great tone, then you really don’t have to be the best guitarist in the world, but you’ll get respect. Guitarist are on a never ending search for THE tone. Even the rock greats like Clapton, are constantly changing their guitars, effects, amps, anything to make that slight […]

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Unlocking The Fretboard – Mastering The Pentatonic And Soloing

11 December 2009

The pentatonic is THE scale when it comes down to soloing. 90% of the lick you here are based off the pentatonic and it’s the easiest scale to learn. The pentatonic scale consist of only five core notes, and the best part is you don’t even have to know what the notes are. It’s a […]

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Stuck In The Pentatonic Rut – Adding Some Spice To Your Solos

10 December 2009

If you’ve been playing solos for any amount of time you know how easy it is to get stuck in the pentatonic rut. They call it a box scale for a reason. You take five core notes, and decades of guitarist playing every combination of those notes possible, and you can see why coming up […]

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Guitar Modes – Making Modal Scales Make Sense Pt. 2 (Dorian)

09 December 2009

In our last post we covered how to add the Aeolian scale to your pentatonic to make for very easy learning and instant application of the new scales. The Aeolian scale is the natural minor scale. Minor scales and chords have a darker, sadder feel. Now let’s just into the Dorian scale, which has a […]

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