Music is Win's Tyler Larson shares the secret to this essential ingredient in metal guitar playing
Including open strings in the chords you play is a quick way to expand your sound and stretch out over a wide sonic space
Ripping through a scale pattern with absolutely no emotion or variation can become robotic. Learn how to turn off robot mode and find your voice.
Sometimes, learning the habits and tendencies of your guitar heroes can be more helpful to your playing than learning endless pages of tabbed-out solos.
You just need a few adjustments to translate your knowledge to the sometimes intimidating genre that is jazz.
While Eddie Van Halen may have never taken a guitar lesson in his life, he can certainly teach you a lot.
Learn how to identify a common arpeggio shape, determine the scale it’s derived from and make adjustments in order to yield truly awesome-sounding arpeggios.
From rhythmic devices to pentatonic modulation to downright angry picking attack, SRV’s habits are teased out in this lesson.
The Aeolian mode is your shortcut to take the box shapes you already know and expand your approach to minor chord soloing.