A step-by-step breakdown of Vai's hurricane-speed lick from the guitar-duel scene in the 1986 feature, 'Crossroads.'
The Aeolian mode is your shortcut to take the box shapes you already know and expand your approach to minor chord soloing.
Learn the correct way to play Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" riff from the writer himself in this classic GW lesson.
Dress up your riff ideas with murky, monstrous-sounding, aggressively attacked chord figures and patterns.
If you don't happen to have synesthesia, that doesn't mean you can't use its general concept as a compositional tool.
An exercise that uses all the inversions of any chords you're learning, while playing them in a common chord progression at the same time.
In this classic GW lesson, Pantera's six-string legend shows you how to break out of even the worst spells of writer's block.