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Guitar Lessons - Half Step Bends - Intro
Half Step Bends - Intro
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Technique
Style: Any Style
Hello all! This time around we will be talking about the use of the half step bend. This is a very easy and tasteful tool that is commonly looked over by players but I highly recommend taking some time to learn how to utilize the half step bend. Like I've said in the past, every tool you can learn along the way will be useful in some way or another whether...
Guitar Lessons - Half Step Bends - Explanation
Half Step Bends - Explanation
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Technique
Style: Any Style
Now one of the easiest and fastest ways to learn to use these bends is by using the two string symmetrical scale. The two string symmetrical scale is commonly taught and is extremely useful when visualizing the fret board. It can help with seeing octave shapes, common one octave scale shapes (as they exist in many places all over the fret board), and it al...
Guitar Lessons - Half Step Bends - Explanation (continued)
Half Step Bends - Explanation (continued)
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Technique
Style: Any Style
Now let's discuss they actual convenience of the two string symmetrical shape when we are learning where are half steps exist within a key. You may have to refer back to the tab so I've included it again at the bottom.  As you can see the half steps that occur on the lower E and A strings then reoccur up an octave on the D and G strings and then once ...
Guitar Lessons - Half Step Bends - Examples
Half Step Bends - Examples
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Technique
Style: Any Style
So I thought it best to go ahead and leave you guys with a few lick examples sort of in the style of Guthrie Govan, Steve Vai, or Shawn Lane. The first example is sort of an east Indian/middle eastern vibe to it. The key with this lick is to be quick and aggressive. The second example it a phrase that I use quite often.  The key with this one is to h...
Guitar Lessons - Chromatic Line Test - Descending
Chromatic Line Test - Descending
Nick Granville
Level: Advanced
Topic: Chords
Style: Jazz
In this lesson I show a way to move through chord progessions (II, V, I, VI in this case) while keeping a descending chromatic line on the top. This is not easy and will encourage you to find new voicings and ultimately be able to play advanced chords in all positions. Next step:  1. Do this same thing in other keys. Bb is an obvious choice as a start...
Guitar Lessons - Chromatic Line Test - Ascending.
Chromatic Line Test - Ascending.
Nick Granville
Level: Advanced
Topic: Chords
Style: Jazz
In this lesson I show a way to move through chord progessions (II, V, I, VI in this case) while keeping an ascending chromatic line on the top. This lesson builds on the previous one so if you have not watched that, then do that first.  Next step:  1. Do this same thing in other keys. Bb is an obvious choice as a starting place as it is the most ...
Guitar Lessons - Oblivion - Progressive Metal Etude
Oblivion - Progressive Metal Etude
Sean Conklin
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Metal
Hi everyone out there in Infinite Guitar land! In this tutorial we're going to learn a piece I wrote called "Oblivion". One thing I'd like to emphasize in the beginning is that I don't ever want you to just "learn a piece" and then leave it at that. I want you to take ideas and techniques that you learn from this song and then incorporate them into your own...
Guitar Lessons - Oblivion - Guitars Only and Slowed Tempo
Oblivion - Guitars Only and Slowed Tempo
Sean Conklin
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Metal
In this video I played the song at a slower tempo (90bpm as opposed to the original 123bpm). I also took out the other instrumentation so you can hear the guitars more clearly. Below I'll paste the section by section analyisis from the previous page. Then once you have all the sections down, head on over to the next pages for the backing tracks! In bars 1-...
Guitar Lessons - Bossa Nova - Demonstration
Bossa Nova - Demonstration
Nick Granville
Level: Beginner
Topic: Recording
Style: Latin
In this video, I demonstrate how to play the jazz standard Blue Bossa. The lead sheet for this tune is readily available on the internet, and the voicings I am using are standard. If anyone is stuck on the voicings, maybe these voicings could be a topic for a future lesson? Let me know!
Guitar Lessons - Bossa Nova - Comping
Bossa Nova - Comping
Nick Granville
Level: Beginner
Topic: Chords
Style: Latin
In this lesson, I teach you how to play a bossa nova comping style that was taught to me by a Brazilian musician named Weber Lopez. This style seems simple but it is much harder than it appears. Practice slowly.
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Guitar Lessons - In The Style Of Metallica - Performance & Tone

In The Style Of Metallica - Performance & Tone

Hey everyone! I'm amidst heavy rehearsals for a Metallica tribute gig, so I figured I'd share some insi...

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