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On the right material, the wah pedal actually deepens the connection I have with the guitar.
Though electric shred is my passion I have learned many instruments, styles and aspects of music.
The more you get to know chords the better time you will having using them.
Control your dynamics by controlling the force of your picking.
You'll sound “outside” once you have mastered the “inside sound”.
When used correctly, guide tones outline the flavor of the chords you’re improvising over.
Creative ways to move around the fretboard at a blazing fast speed.
Creating unlimited licks using the pentatonic scale.
Guitar Nine's December-January 2019 newsletter.
The pentatonic scale contains 5 notes; the melodic combinations you have to work with are endless.
A complete primer on these amazing scales.
Creativity takes practice, just like anything else.
Learn the essence of blues, in the key of G.
It’s really not about how fast technically advanced it is, but rather how it is phrased.
This scale is most common in jazz, but can be applied to any style of music.
Guitar Nine's October-November 2019 newsletter.
Certain fans (probably musicians) want to hear the instruments speak to them, which they can understand a bit better than the average listener.
Let's explode this myth.
How does anybody know what key they’re in? Let's find out.
Let's get those creative wheels turning, shall we?
Mavers-Chance catches up with Andy James at Tech Fest.
Taking the diminished scale and incorporating it with a basic blues scale box.
Answering yes to this question may be a little deceiving.
Guitar Nine's August-September 2019 newsletter.
Koto on guitar - let's get exotic, shall we?
More about the chords, triads, and arpeggios that are built from the major scale.
Some rare studio gems which can be found for under $500.
Is any time a good time to learn?
Systems and ways to organize large clumps of knowledge in the area of chord construction.
Even more ideas to spice up your arpeggio sequences by altering the order of the notes.
Guitar Nine's June-July 2019 newsletter.
Let's see what we can do to overcome our hand's size.
Songwriting can’t be taught… can it?
If you know scales and chords, then you are ready to start learning music theory.
How ear training helps you develop skills that are at the core of your musicianship.
Time to build technique and spice up your arpeggio sequences by altering the order of the notes.
Is it possible to get by as a musician without learning to read music?