This trick will let you break through speed barriers that have been holding you back from attaining your true technical potential.
How to employ fretboard tapping in conjunction with string skipping to achieve a very smooth and even sound when playing arpeggios.
Even though we tend to think of scale playing as the ultimate speed test, speed itself isn't really the problem. It's switching strings.
In this bite-sized lesson, Joe Satriani provides some useful exercises for improving your legato technique.
These shapes are easy to memorize and can cover a lot of ground in various musical styles and situations.
Learn how to create several different arpeggios by slightly altering one of the most common sweep picking patterns.
A comprehensive breakdown of Steve Vai's incredible descending diminished fours lick from 'Crossroads.'
Satch dishes on how to approach crafting a melodic line for either a song’s theme or an improvised solo.