The goal of our training is to be able to shred all over the neck spontaneously while using the pentatonic scale on two(2) strings. What we have to do, is to memorize the two (2) strings shapes shown in the lesson, which will help us to transition swiftly between the various positions.
In this lesson, I will cover two aspects of muting technique: one for rhythm guitar and the other for lead guitar. These techniques will help you enhance your overall playing ability and take your skills to the next level.
In this lesson, we will explore Metallica's iconic intro section in "Nothing Else Matters." We'll analyze the guitar techniques used and provide helpful tips to help you practice. By the end, you'll have a deeper understanding of the song and how to improve your guitar skills.
In today's lesson, master these techniques adding flair and speed to your guitar playing. This is part 2 of a two-part lesson series. Learn the five essential sliding techniques every guitar player should know to enhance their soloing and improvisation skills.
Looking to elevate your guitar soloing and improvisation skills? This is part 1 of a two-part lesson series. We'll be exploring five creative ways to use the string bending technique to add flavor and dimension to your playing.
If you know all your minor pentatonic shapes by heart but still struggle to improvise outside of your first pentatonic position, then this lesson is exactly what you've been waiting for!
Expand your horizons, break free from the first pentatonic box and improvise all over the guitar fretboard using the minor pentatonic scale.