Archive for the 'Guitar Lessons' Category

WOODSHED - The fast track to bebop chops

Saturday, July 30th, 2005

Learning to play like jazz greats Pat Martino and George Benson might seem out of reach, but it’s a lot easier once you know their secret: Put the right notes in the right places. Using the classic ii-V-I chord progression as a harmonic backbone, here’s a foolproof formula for creating great bebop lines.
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Blues scales

Monday, May 23rd, 2005

Learning the blues pentatonic scales will help you have a better understanding of the fret board. This will help you learn how to improvise like the pro’s.

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A Harmonic Scale

Tuesday, April 12th, 2005

Muscle Memory

Monday, April 11th, 2005

by Gordon Tees Instruction and guitar tab
Here is a really cool twist on a standard A minor blues scale. It’s always nice to find a new approach. Especially when it is derived from something most of us think we have explored to the fullest like the blues scale. Make sure your thumb is planted in […]