Looking for ways to spruce up your soloing technique? Look no further.
Some musically appealing ways that great songwriters have used first-inversion chords to craft progressions behind their melodies.
Repurposing all of your favorite pentatonic licks in different musical contexts and key centers will help you allude to different chords and modes.
Judas Priest's Richie Faulkner demonstrates how to create solos that feel and sound new and exciting.
Ever get the feeling you're putting too much emphasis on your lead playing and ignoring your rhythm playing? It happens a lot.
Nita Strauss dishes on how to seamlessly integrate rhythm and lead techniques into a single unified, powerful guitar part.
Take a look at the basic function of the chord progression through the specific lens of the songwriter.
Tap through three-note-per-string scalar runs by using the tapped note to replace the third or fourth finger.