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Guitar Lessons - Spicing up the Blues - Sliding 9th Chords
Spicing up the Blues - Sliding 9th Chords
Nick Granville
Level: Beginner
Topic: Chords
Style: Blues
Hi everyone! In this lesson, I'm going to show you a basic way to slide 9th chords to create colour when playing the blues. I use this sound often as it is very colourful, yet also very simple and powerful. See the notation below for the voicings. When you're ready, head on over to the next page where we'll go over how to incorporate arpeggios into our blue...
Guitar Lessons - Spicing up the Blues - Soloing with Arpeggios
Spicing up the Blues - Soloing with Arpeggios
Nick Granville
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Scales
Style: Blues
Now I'll show you a simple way to play arpeggios for each chord change over a 12 bar blues. Using arpeggios when soloing over a blues is a great concept as it allows you to 'spell' the chord changes but also creates more colour than using just the minor pentatonic scale, as so many blues players do. This lesson is just the beginning. A concept like this can...
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Intro
Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Intro
Mike Salow
Level: Beginner
Topic: Reference
Style: Any Style
Hello!  This time around we will discuss a very important peice of guitar knowledge: Setting up and cleaning our guitar. Some of you may already know how to do this but I stongly advise all of you to check out this entire tutorial! There are little helpful hints throughout this tutorial that can help even the most proficient of players. Tips ranging f...
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Setup and Cleaning: String & Rust Removal
Guitar Setup and Cleaning: String & Rust Removal
Mike Salow
Level: Beginner
Topic: Reference
Style: Any Style
So I'm sure we all know how to remove a set of strings but an easy tip is to quickly snip them off with a wire cutters. There's no need to save the rusty, smelly old strings so we might as well make life easier and take them off the fast and easy way. When it comes to removing rust or oxidation I recommend a "fine" or "extra fine" piece of steal wool. These...
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Cleaning the Fretboard
Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Cleaning the Fretboard
Mike Salow
Level: Beginner
Topic: Reference
Style: Any Style
Now we bust out the fretboard oil! This is a very easy and cheap thing you can do every time or every other time you restring your guitar. There is no reason you need to pay someone to do this for you. For this I'll use my lemon oil and rag. Apply the lemon oil to all the frets and remove all the dirt with the rag. Make sure to really get in there and remo...
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Restringing
Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Restringing
Mike Salow
Level: Beginner
Topic: Reference
Style: Any Style
Now I know most of us if not all of us know how to resting our guitars. Well, this is the most effective way I have found when restringing this specific kind of guitar. (fixed bridge and standard non-locking tuners) There are two main things I think about when I restring. #1. Creating enough slack #2. Creating a knot  I try to give at least 4 inches...
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Post Restring Tips
Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Post Restring Tips
Mike Salow
Level: Beginner
Topic: Reference
Style: Any Style
The following are a couple helpful tips I've learned over the years to make life a little easier as a gigging guitarist. #1. getting rid of the extra string length when you don't have a wire cutters sitting around. #2. Preventing the pointy string tips from ruining your gig bags.
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Intonating - Part 1
Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Intonating - Part 1
Mike Salow
Level: Beginner
Topic: Reference
Style: Any Style
The tricky art of intonating a guitar. First you should know the list of things that can affect the intonation. #1. Are you using a different gauge of strings than usual? #2. Are you using a different tuning than usual? #3. Have you recently changed the height of your pickups? #4. What condition are your frets in? All of these things can effect the int...
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Intonating - Part 2
Guitar Setup and Cleaning: Intonating - Part 2
Mike Salow
Level: Beginner
Topic: Reference
Style: Any Style
Guitar Lessons - Tackling Major/Minor Modes - Introduction
Tackling Major/Minor Modes - Introduction
Al Joseph
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Scales
Style: Rock
Today, I've written 3 lines for you in Eminor/Gmajor. I don't play or think in terms of "Aeolian" or minor mode that much actually. I tend to hear the relative major mode. For instance, in this case we are in Eminor. I will hear the Eminor pentatonic clearly but when it comes to expanding my vocabulary I tend to listen for major triadic ideas. In other word...
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Guitar Lessons - Keeping the Groove - Part 1

Keeping the Groove - Part 1

Welcome to Keeping the Groove in Improvisation! Keeping the groove and keeping it "in the pocket" so t...

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