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Every improvising guitar player, no matter what style, wants the same thing: To play a great solo time and time again. An important part of making that happen is having a solid neck vision. In this lesson I give you a thorough roadmap of everyone’s go-to scale formula – the pentatonic scale – to play up and down the neck helping to develop that vision.
One of the coolest things you can play on a guitar are power chords. They’re also one of the easiest as they require the least finger strength of any guitar chords. These two-note treasures (which aren’t really chords per se as much as they are bottoms of chords) are so simple in fact that they’re sometimes referred to as “cheater” chords.
As a guitarist you don’t always have the time to create your drum patterns to accompany your riffs ideas or work on your technique.
Have you already heard Mario Bros music played in the style of Django Reinhardt ? Daniel Beja, a Guitar Pro user, invites you to learn to play his arrangement of the theme of koji kondo on the guitar.
In this class, guitar legend Michael Angelo Batio teaches you an exercise which will help you to improve your alternate picking on the guitar.
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