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5 Tips to Improve Your Home Recordings Right Away

[<i>This article was written by guest contributor Pat</i> <i>Walsh, lead guitarist of the band Chaser Eight.</i>]<p>As most of us are well aware, we’re now living in …

How to improve your rhythm guitar playing | Article

Chords are the backbone of popular music.<p>Guitarists spend lots of time learning chord shapes so that they can strum through well-known songs they …

Jazz Blues Tritone Chord Substitutions

When learning <b>how to play Jazz Blues guitar</b>, it is not only essential to learn how to navigate the standard changes, but also to check out some of the …

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Jazz Guitar Corner: How to Swing Guitar Scales Like a Horn Player

0<p>SHARES<p>When learning how to play jazz guitar, one of the hardest things to do is take all of the scales you’ve been practicing and make them swing …

Electric Guitar

How to Make Your Rhythm Guitar More Solid: Part 1

Have you ever wondered how good you are at playing rhythm guitar, and then go to record a demo with your band and realize you can’t actually play in …

How many of you currently plug a Fender Guitar into your Two-Rock? - GTR Store

A fraternal twin of the Red Shmear SEHD posted previously, this SEHD with Purple Shmear finish also headed over seas to Japan.

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Graceful 3 String One Octave Arpeggio Workout

<i>Photo by Ethan Prater</i> <br>I like to incorporate one octave arpeggios into my improvisation solos, because of the way they sound and feel. I prefer them …

Guitar Chalk Sessions: Power Chords, Perfect Fifths and the Consonant Interval

For those who might not be familiar with intervals, we’ll start by reviewing the core concept.The term sounds kind of advanced, but an “interval” …

Electric Guitar