Tag archive for ‘Guitar Techniques’
By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, October 27th, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: New Directions

Sevenths! Sixths! Minor sixths! Your life is about to change. Forever… We’ve got a real finger-twister of a chord progression for you this issue, using extended jazz chords. The basic formula for a chord, of More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Wednesday, October 1st, 2014
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Guitar Techniques – Fingerboard Freedom

We’ve worked thataway; now we’re going to be working thisaway. Puzzled? Read on… Last time involved a couple of variations using five positions of the E pentatonic minor scale. This month’s instalment involves More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, September 22nd, 2014
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Guitar Techniques – Fingering Frenzy

Stretches and pull-offs. These are things that go together well… First, we need to bravely tackle the mountain that is Exercise 1, and this one introduces considerable fretting hand stretches, so it’s really More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Thursday, August 28th, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: Arpeggio Armoury

Step right this way for more practical ear training to help improve your musical senses. Arpeggios are formed from scales. For example, to make a C major arpeggio, you take the 1st (root), 3rd and 5th notes of the More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: Chromatic Scales

Hum along and hear your musicianship improve with every step. Douglas Noble reveals all In this part of our journey through various guitar techniques we are solely concerned with the chromatic scale. This will test More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Thursday, August 7th, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: Tap Tempo

Welcome to the arpeggiated land of tapping: abandon all credibility, ye who enter here… And now for something completely different. After a couple of Boot Camps based on time-honoured scales and arpeggios, More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Monday, July 21st, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: Finger Food

These major scale arpeggios will carry you all over the fingerboard. Ready? Let’s go… An arpeggio is the first, third and fifth notes of a scale played consecutively – normally with the octave at the top More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: Audio Visual

Get your head round these ‘visualisation’ techniques and unlock that fingerboard! Previous drills have been largely based on physical playing techniques, with exercises on how to develop them or ones concerned More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Friday, June 13th, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: Mix ‘n’ Match – Rock ‘n’ Roll Rhythm

Rock’n’roll rhythm guitar is an essential bedrock style for the well-rounded guitar slinger. Join us as we look at some classic moves and add a few possibilities that open the creative gates Rock’n’roll More...

By Guitar-Bass.net On Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
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Guitar Techniques: Any Major Dude

You’ve been running, but you can avoid it no longer. It’s time for a major scale workout! They’re the scourge of many a music student – but if approached correctly, major scales can massively benefit your More...