You can use some incredibly simply dyadic chords to form more melodic and dynamic melodies.
Learn how to improve your fretboard control and reduce instances of missed, buzzing or fumbled notes during solos.
Your guitar solos will always sound a little predictable to your own ear. But what if you’re doing something that’s causing your solos and lead work to sound bland?
Power chords, once your fingers are comfortable with the stretching, are mind-numbingly simple. That's not a bad thing and I wouldn't say that power chords are "cheap" or "too easy." That's dumb.
Guitar tremolo picking shows up in nearly every style of music that accommodates electric guitars. Moreover, it’s not necessarily a lightning-fast technique.
In this lesson, we’ll look to build guitar exercises based off patterns we’re likely to play when we’re not just working on strength and dexterity.
We’ll take a closer look at the E, A and B chordsindividuallyand tab them out in ways that make them easier to play.