Learning classical pieces like this one is a great way to improve your technique and theory.
Learn how to use triadic arpeggio forms within your riffs and solos as a tool to create rich-sounding, poly-chordal sounds.
Learn the correct way to play Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" riff from the writer himself in this classic GW lesson.
Learn how to use three different scales to improvise over minor key ii-V-i’s while still keeping everything related to the tonic key.
Dive into the second part of John Petrucci's arrangement of Chopin's Piano Concerto in A minor, Opus No.2.
“Give us a couple of years, we will be right there with Fender and Gibson" - the then-little-known Paul Reed Smith.
Learn about an interesting concept that involves combining the minor pentatonic and major pentatonic scales.
These nuggets will give your playing some interesting variations and patterns you can mix and match while navigating the fretboard.
Marty Friedman details a few of the string-bending and vibrato techniques he uses and their best musical applications.
Wanna get better but are pressed for time? Here's a quick, intensive guitar "workout" that can be completed in 30 minutes.
Get a solid foundation of voicings to draw upon in your comping, chord soloing and chord melody playing.