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What goes up, must come down,
and with that being the case, let’s try some
descending ideas based on the “punching
holes” concept from th...
Jude Gold takes you through the classic Van Halen solo note-for-note, with none of that tedious “Put your first finger on the fifth fret of ...
Use these tips to add unpredictability to your lines and a fresh sound to familiar patterns.
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IN SEPTEMBER’S QUICK LICKS, Matt Blackett schooled us on how to revoice a first position E minor pentatonic scale as a combination of open s...
Chuck Berry had the whole package: great looks, songs, lyrics, voice, and stage presence, plus an innovative guitar style destined to become...
HERE’S A SIMPLE WAY TO “chromaticize” diatonic scales.
Now that we’ve equated musical
intervals—the distance between any two
notes measured in one-fret/half-step increments—
with their physica...
What goes up must come down .
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