Guitar Scales for Rock and Metal Riffs
Three scale ideas across strings 6(E) and 5(A) that are awesome for creating your own riffs. Find out more in my latest video lesson.
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Modal Magic: Understanding & Mastering Guitar Modes for Every Level of Guitarist
A modal foundation for beginners, while also explaining the aspects of a personal system that should spark the interest of even the most advanced guitarist.
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The Chords Every Guitarist Should Know: 32 Crucial Chord Shapes
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Tips to Learn The Guitar Fretboard Mojo & Info - torr71 Guitar-Zan
Tips to learn the guitar fretboard and the use of the CAGED guitar system for learning triads and the note names and chord tone soloing .
Ry Naylor Guitar on Instagram: “A big part of tapping is visualising arpeggios horizontally. These are unplayable with just the fretting hand so we add a tap with the…”
902 Likes, 4 Comments - Ry Naylor Guitar (@rynaylorguitar) on Instagram: “A big part of tapping is visualising arpeggios horizontally. These are unplayable with just the…”
Major Scale - Guitar Scales
Talks about the major scale on the guitar. Shows how to form a major scale as well as the common positions to play the scale and the chords formed from the scale.
8 Useful Facts About the Circle of Fifths
Video Cliffs: 0:00 – Intro 1:11 – Fact #1 – The Circle of Fifths Groups All 12 Major/Minor Pairs Together 3:17 – Fact #2 – The 6 Diatonic Chords for Every Key are Grouped Together on the Circle of Fifths 6:01 – Fact #3 – The I, IV, and V Chords and the i, iv,