You can take the schoolboy out of Glasgow, but you can't take the streets of Glasgow out of the schoolboy
In case you've ever needed more evidence that the majority of a guitar player's sound is in their fingers
These patterns are easy to link up with your pentatonic scales, and can be very useful for adding some flash into your riffs and solos
Malmsteen's rotational motion mechanic is a highly capable all-rounder and also a great introduction to rotational picking techniques that are so common in guitar
These memorable intros bring lighters out of pockets, prompt roars of recognition from a crowd and cause freeway drivers to reach for the volume knob
Study three jazz chord soloing lines that will bridge the gap between your study of chord shapes and applying those shapes to a real, musical situation.
It's annoyingly insane how incredible SRV could be at the drop of a hat—or at the ring of a bedside alarm clock.
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