In this classic Steve Morse lesson, learn an approach to chord playing inspired by Johann Sebastian Bach’s chorales.
Learn how to put all the scale theories, chord theories and playing techniques you know together into a coherent musical picture.
Add tension and resolution by applying chromatic passing arpeggios into major key ii-V-I progressions.
Examine the envelope-pushing sounds of some of the essential prog-rock bands of the Sixties/early Seventies era.
Pick up a unique and cool major-scale exercise to help you learn and eventually master the fret board.
Take the most common pentatonic positions and string them together to create ripping-fast riffs and runs.
Try to nail John Petrucci's six-string arrangement of Chopin's Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus No. 2.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd teaches you how to develop your own signature licks, and deploy them tastefully.
Learn some really cool major- and minor-scale exercises that can do wonders for your overall playing.
Be willing to critique yourself and to put in the boring practice time fixing the areas where you’re falling short.
Sure, there are days when we are all inspired to pick up our guitars and play. But what about the other days?