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Learning more about arpeggios will not only aid your own fretboard exploration but also help you understand what’s going on in the music of others.
Learn everything from single-string and double-stop bends, to ghost/pre bends, to unison and oblique bends.
For a full-on blues-rocking experience from 'Woodstock,' there's no beating Ten Years After's adrenaline-fueled reading of "I'm Going Home."
This one-hour legato workout will be the cure for what ails even the most hardcore alternate pickers.
Take a look at the power of sequencing patterns and explore ways you can put them to use to ignite your solos and licks with a new intensity.
Explore the construction and applications of extended and altered chords, and learn more about advanced voicings.
If you spend $5,000 on a bolt-neck guitar, and $5,000 on a set-neck guitar, which will be the better instrument? Find out why that's sort of an invalid question.
The chords and scales you need to navigate the 12-bar form, as well as some cool licks and turnarounds.
Taking care of your hands is essential for all guitarists who wish to play pain-free in the long term.
This scale reigns supreme as the chief source for carving those major/minor blues-based licks that sound so good over dominant 7th chords.
60 exercises that can help you improve in all areas of your guitar playing—from fret work and picking to ear training and theory.
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