Learn the technically and melodically rewarding three-notes-per-string approach to playing pentatonics in this lesson.
From hogging the communal guitar, showing up late for everything to continually reminding people that your band was "on tour."
Your guitar solos will always sound a little predictable to your own ear. But what if you’re doing something that’s causing your solos and lead work to sound bland?
Dimebag Darrell talks harmonics: "How to get 'em, where you can find 'em and what you can do with 'em."
Guitarist extraordinaire Doug Aldrich offers a slew of exciting and inspiring licks and technical exercises to help you become the player you aspire to be.
John Petrucci teaches you the formation of specific scalar patterns, or “shapes,” and how to connect them while traversing the fretboard.
Learn the mechanics behind successful string bending and specifically how—and when—to use it in blues lead guitar.
Learn how to solo on the B and G strings, plus how to remain on them while traversing up and down the fretboard.
Some musically appealing ways that great songwriters have used first-inversion chords to craft progressions behind their melodies.