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Music is Win's Tyler Larson breaks down the innovative fingering, one painful string stretch at a time
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Sometimes, learning the habits and tendencies of your guitar heroes can be more helpful to your playing than learning endless pages of tabbed-out solos.
You just need a few adjustments to translate your knowledge to the sometimes intimidating genre that is jazz.
While Eddie Van Halen may have never taken a guitar lesson in his life, he can certainly teach you a lot.
If you’re looking for a way to make your minor pentatonic licks, riffs and solos more interesting, it might be as simple as adding this one note.