Learn how to use second intervals in different areas of the fretboard and on different string groups.
Mixing small chords into your blues licks is a great way to give your soloing a more polished sound.
Learn how to use triadic arpeggio forms within your riffs and solos as a tool to create rich-sounding, poly-chordal sounds.
Learn a variety of ways you can bring more melodic content to your power-chord-driven ideas through the use of single-note lines and small two-note chord voicings.
Martin Miller's seemingly effortless command of picking mechanics represents the future of what we can all expect a good guitar player to be able to do.
These shapes are easy to memorize and can cover a lot of ground in various musical styles and situations.
Look at a few examples of ways in which world-renowned songwriters have harnessed this harmonic beast and put it to good use.
Walk the line between playing only single notes while also outlining “wide” chord voicings via the use of arpeggios.