How to Add Sweep Picking to Pentatonic Scales
Sammy Boller shows you how to add sweep picking to pentatonic scales.
Have you ever seen those cartoons of little angels in the clouds, plucking their harps majestically without a care in the world? That’s the feeling we’re going for when we float into the "heavenly"...
One of the late Allan Holdsworth's many strengths as a guitarist was his ability to improvise.
Chet Atkins made countless recordings as a studio musician, producer and solo artist. Many of his recordings—particularly those of the artists he produced in Nashville, like Elvis Presley, Roy...
Over the last two columns, we’ve focused on applying various approaches to two-chord vamps for both rhythm guitar and soloing.
As we reported earlier this month, guitarist Andy James will release a new instrumental album, Exodus, May 5 via Urban Yeti Records.
Sweep picking is a popular guitar technique in metal, allowing players to articulate licks with tremendous speed.
In this Sick Lick, I'm using a technique inspired by Allan Holdsworth.