How to Learn Guitar Super Fast
Don't. Plain and simple, like any other skill there is no "fast" way to learn to play guitar. Learning any skill takes time and dedication. The best way to learn guitar "fast" is to dedicate as much time as you can to it and to get some good...
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How to Learn Guitar Scales
Scales are an instrumental part of any musician's repertoire. They provide crucial building blocks for composition and improvisation in virtually every style and genre. Taking the time to master the most fundamental scales can make the...
Essential Music Theory Guides (With Free Printables!)
Whether you're just beginning to learn music theory or whether you've known it for years, it's always helpful to have a few handy guides laying around. Our music theory guides range from key signatures to
8 Useful Facts About the Circle of Fifths
Video Cliffs: 0:00 – Intro 1:11 – Fact #1 – The Circle of Fifths Groups All 12 Major/Minor Pairs Together 3:17 – Fact #2 – The 6 Diatonic Chords for Every Key are Grouped Together on the Circle of Fifths 6:01 – Fact #3 – The I, IV, and V Chords and the i, iv,
25 BEST HEAVY METAL RIFFS OF ALL TIME! Guitar Lesson
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5 Metallica Riffs to Improve Your Downpicking
In this week's lesson, we look at 5 Metallica riffs that will help turn you into a down picking MONSTER. We examine the following riffs; Seek & Destroy, Cree...
5 Essential Metallica Guitar Riffs from Kill 'Em All - Steve Stine Guitar Lesson
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Learn Three Octave Arpeggios
In this lesson we will take a look at some string skipping arpeggios that are used by players like Eric Johnson, Paul Gilbert, Nuno Bettencourt, Shawn Lane, and Guthrie Govan. The idea is to achieve three octaves of major and minor arpeggios in movable patterns so you can learn, and use in your own solos. We are using wide stretches hybrid picking, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and string skipping to make this legato arpeggio sequence happen.