Lesson ID: TB418
There are 138 different note locations on a 22-fret guitar. With the sheer number of options, it’s no wonder that most of us wander around […]
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In this lesson, I’ll share a smart way to leverage chords to create bluesy solos without fear of hitting wrong notes. Creating a moving guitar […]
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I love finding the small concepts that when understood and applied have outsized. This video is a collection of five ideas that have helped me see the guitar fretboard differently, understand its layout more deeply and most importantly, use the fretboard with confidence.
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Are you over complicating the guitar? I’m certainly guilty of this at times. In this lesson, we’re going to cut through the distractions and build […]
Lesson ID: TB255
Will music theory actually make you a better guitar player? Well maybe, maybe not though. It depends on your goals and in this lesson, we’ll have a look at some reasons why you might want to consider learning the basics.
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Lesson ID: TB213
In this lesson, I’ll give you 6 chord formulas that will help you form chords all over the guitar neck. I love a good formula. […]
Lesson ID: TB160
In this lesson, you’ll learn the reason why even blues players need to know a bit about arpeggios. Metalheads, shredders, virtuosos….those are the only guitar […]
Lesson ID: TB151
In this lesson, we’ll focus on building solid rhythm skills by highlighting the difference between straight and shuffle rhythm.
Unlock the fretboard so you can play great blues guitar.