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Fixing Guitar Practice Problems with and without a Metronome

By Tom Hess Do you think it is important to use a metronome when you practice guitar? Guitar players tend to fall into one of the following groups:

Tapping Bends Guitar Lesson

Once again this is another excellent lesson from Justin Sandercoe where he shows you how to combine Taps and Bends to build licks.

Kirk's Guitar Lesson: Fingerstyle

By Kirk Lorange Hi, fellow twanger. It's been a while since I've posted here. I'll try and get here more often to alert you to my latests lessons.

New Online Acoustic Guitar Techniques Course from Berkleemusic.com

Acoustic Guitar Techniques begins on April 4th, 2011.

Minor Seventh Triad Arpeggio Lesson

Here is another lesson from Next Level Guitar.

Lesson in Muddy Waters / Hendrix Style

Stevie Snacks brings us this lesson in "call & answer" style rhythm originally played by artists like Muddy Waters and later adopted by Jimi Hendrix.

Pentatonic scale - Blues rock lead guitar licks made easy

A basic level guitar lesson from Next Level Guitar.

Funk Rhythm Guitar Lesson

This guitar lesson covers the basics of funk rhythm guitar - a style of playing popularized by such players as John Frusciante and Prince.

Practicing/Playing Routines by Arlen Roth

How To Write Your Own Guitar Licks

Dave Weiner brings you this lesson on how to develop your own guitar licks.

Static Root Blues Lick Lesson

Justin Sandercoe teaches you a Static Root Blues lick, how to use it, and how to make up your own variations of it and improv with it.

Lick Library Releases Learn To Play Muse DVD

Slide Guitar Lesson in Open D Tuning

Jeff Ross teaches electric blues slide guitar

Lick Library Releases Learn To Play Fleetwood Mac

Learn how to play the original album versions of Fleetwood Mac's greatest hits.

Getting Some "Roots" into Your Playing

By Arlen Roth Almost all western and particularly American music is deeply rooted in either Blues, or Blues-related forms, such as Country and Western and early Jazz.

Acoustic Fingerstyle Blues Guitar Lesson

Another great lesson from Next Level Guitar in the style of Robert Johnson and Blind Boy Fuller.

Bar Chord and Open Chord Changing Jazz Exercise

A jazzy guitar exercise lesson to help with strum patterns and chord changes.

How To Play Guitar Fast - Avoiding Critical Mistakes In Learning To Increase Your Guitar Speed

by Tom Hess Do you struggle with playing guitar fast? Is your lack of guitar speed making it difficult for you to express yourself fully as a musician?

E Minor/Dorian Alternate Picking Lick

This Lick of the Week from Shred Academy shows you how to play a fast run-down in E Minor - or more specifically in E Dorian Mode.

Intermediate to Advanced Guitar Lesson Videos

We'll be taking a break from bringing you the latest guitar news over the holidays, so we'll leave you with a series of more advanced guitar lessons to keep you busy until the news is back.

Beginners Guide To Arpeggios

This is quite a comprehensive introduction to Arpeggios - what they are, how they are made, why you you should learn them and when to use them!

Guitar Lesson: Basics of the Pentatonic Scale

Learn the first position (box 1) of the E Minor Pentatonic Scale.

Latin Improvisation in D Minor with TAB and Sheet Music

Stefan Schyga from LearnHowToPlayGuitar.com has kindly given us permission to present the following Latin improvisation along with the TAB and Sheet Music.

Steve Vai and Berkleemusic Correction - Specially dedicated live chat session with Steve Vai

Back on November 30, I ran an article about The Steve Vai Guitar Techniques online course with Berkleemusic, however that article contained an error.

Embellish Your Blues Playing

In this guitar lesson Marty Schwartz from Guitarjamz.com gives you a few tips on embellishing your blues playing, soloing, and improvisation.

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