Take a unique approach to learning "Flight of the Bumblebee."
As derivative as you think you are, you’ll never play, write or peel a potato like your idols. And that’s a good thing.
After working through these exercises, you should find that your control of fret-hand muting feels more secure and natural.
Andy Gillion demonstrates how to breathe life into your guitar playing with these simple techniques.
Create unique and distinctly challenging licks and runs with this different approach to the blues scale.
Practicing each of theses exercises with a metronome for just two minutes every day will improve your coordination and sweep picking technique immensely.
Two handy techniques that will help you master pentatonics all over the neck and move smoothly between positions.
Learn Randy Rhoads' warmup exercises and "Crazy Train" solo—as taught by the man himself at a 1982 guitar clinic.
These techniques are simple and easy to learn, and can add a little bit of a country sound to your playing.