Improvisation & Soloing
Songwriting & Lyrics
I'll show you 8 ways in which you can play power chords to bring more life to your riffs and blow some heads off with such Power! Perfect for rockers.
Learn to play your first guitar chord. It’s gonna be the easiest of all chords – and yes, it is really simple! It will take you 5 or 10 minutes to learn. You only need to use two fingers for this chord. All beginners start with it: this is probably the most used chord in guitar playing.
If you haven't changed the strings in your guitar yet, or have not been able to do it before, I'll teach you how to do it. I'll show you how to change strings on my two electrics and electroacoustic guitars.
In this lesson we look at how to improvise a stripped back solo blues in the 'Delta Blues' style. This is great for your picking hand thumb and lots of fun!
As this series nears to an end, we look into the skill of using our left and right hands to add percussion to our solo acoustic playing.
If you´re running out of ideas in your single string soloing, the chord soloing can be good to try. It will create another thinking in the way of soloing and will give you new ideas in the general soloing as well.
Major-scale legato lick with slides, hammers and pulls!
If you've ever went to any store, you most likely were overwhelmed with the amount of different kinds of strings. In this lesson, I'll show you what you need to know and how to pick the right string set for you.
Ever wandered why is it that most guitars have dots on the fretboard? In this lesson I'll show you why that is and how you can use them to take your fretboard knowledge to the next level.
Learn how to read and play the notes of the harmonic minor scale in all 12 keys. I also give you 3 melodies in which you can capitalize on.