panayioti

267 Flips | 2 Magazines | 6 Likes | 5 Following | 462 Followers | @panayioti | Keep up with panayioti on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “panayioti”

Stevie Ray Vaughan Lesson: How to Play 'Couldn't Stand the Weather'

Stevie Ray Vaughan’s distinctive playing style is earmarked by equal parts pure power, intensity of focus, razor-sharp precision and deeply emotional …

Guitar

How to build your finger strength on guitar

<b>Some chords can be demanding, so it makes sense to keep those valuable digits in good shape.</b><p>These exercises will give all four fingers a workout and …

Exercise

Betcha Can't Play This: John Petrucci's Descending E Mixolydian Run

This is a descending E Mixolydian [E F# G# A B C# D] run that moves across the strings and eventually down the neck in a cascading type of …

Blu-ray Review: 'You Were Never Really Here' Is As Great As Everyone Says

One of the best-reviewed movies of 2018 is also one of its least-seen: despite awards and a standing ovation at Cannes, <i>You Were Never Really Here</i> made $2.5 million domestically on a budget that was undoubtedly less, and just arrived this week on Blu-ray and DVD a mere two and a half-months after …

Without a Doubt, the 9 Best Documentaries on Amazon Prime Will Change Your Life

If you're a regular MyDomaine reader, you've no doubt noticed I've been watching a lot of documentaries lately. In the past few months, I've scrolled …

Documentaries

Practicing Scales vs. Arpeggios

Q: Should I spend my time in the shed practicing scales or arpeggios? Why one over the other? A: Ultimately, you want to be familiar with everything …

Improve your blues guitar phrasing in 20 minutes

<b>You probably already know the good old 12-bar blues progression. Formed of three chords, it’s perhaps the most commonly-used sequence in blues, rock</b> …

Blues Music

Mastering the Fretboard Using Keys and Chord Progression Roots

<i>This is an abridged and shorter version of a lengthier article that can be found on Guitarchalk.com.</i><p>The easiest way to master the fretboard is by …

Electric Guitar

Beyond Blues: Nail Those Changes!

Fishing around for some new ideas to enhance your blues licks? Check out this step-by-step approach that covers everything from guide tones to scales.

Electric Guitar

Going the Distance: A Crash Course in Intervals

In music theory, the term <i>interval</i> is used to measure the distance between two notes, like an inch, mile or light year with objects. Our entire system …

Electric Guitar

Three Notes and the Truth: Classic Rock Triads

Let's face it—the topic of triads can rapidly devolve into a big yawn fest, especially when presented using only boring, textbook-ish exercises with …

Learn This Little-Known Pentatonic Modal Trick

Soloing with the modes is a great way to add new and exciting colors to your guitar playing. It can also add an ear-bending “outside” sound to your …

Step outside the pentatonic box with these fresh blues guitar solo approaches

<b>Every lead guitarist uses pentatonic scales - chances are that the first scale you ever learnt was the minor pentatonic.</b><p>Don't Miss<p>Like a comfortable …

Mastering the Modes of G Major with Three Notes Per String

An effective way to master scales and modes on the guitar is to practice playing them three notes per string. In my experience, this is something …

Video Lesson: Learn How to Practice Musically—Not Mechanically

Bill EvansApril 14, 2018<p><b>From the June 2018 issue of Acoustic Guitar | By Paul Mehling</b><p><b>THE PROBLEM</b><p>You’re playing etudes and exercises, but you feel …

How Guitarists Can Break Through Speed Barriers

The art of properly practicing technical passages on the guitar has many parallels to athletic training in its way, as it is a physical endeavor …

How to learn guitar chords across the fretboard - quickly and easily

<b>Unlock the fretboard and play chords across the neck with this ingenious system. You’ll never look at the guitar the same way again!</b><p>The system we’re …

Smooth Struttin’

Do you admire how great bassists can effortlessly “walk” their way through any blues progression, but don’t have a clue how they do it? Well, here’s …

Master the 5 positions of the pentatonic scale in a 5 fret zone - The Guitar Channel

In this lesson the exercise (or the torture, especially at the beginning) that <b>Simon Ghnassia</b> proposes to do has the goal to help you assimilate …

Guitar 101: Heavy Metal Hybrid Picking

Hybrid picking—the practice of interspersing flatpicked notes with notes plucked by your middle or ring finger—is a technique that many metalheads …

Electric Guitar

How to Keep Your Chops Warmed Up and Razor Sharp

A question I’m often asked, aside from, “How can you possibly be that good looking?” is, “What do you do to warm up?”<p>Personally, I don’t think about …

Electric Guitar

Do Your Solos Sound the Same? 6 Killer Licks to Break You Out

6 Killer Licks to Break You Out – The Lick Loft<p>Do your solos sound the same? Sometimes you can get stuck in a rut with your playing and end up using …

10 Things You Need to Know About Your Fretboard | LESSON

Ever feel a little out of touch or just plain lost on certain parts of the guitar fingerboard? You’re certainly not alone. Consider this: A …

Five Must-Know Jazz Guitar Turnarounds

When learning how to play jazz guitar, one of the most important chord progressions you can spend time practicing room is the …

How to Play Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Pride and Joy” Sliding Chords

A guitar solo is the highlight of any Stevie Ray Vaughan song, and the solos he performed in his 1983 hit “Pride and Joy” are among his finest.<p>One of …

Guitar

Secrets of Shred with Sammy Boller: Speed Pentatonic Scales

In this lesson, I’ll be demonstrating my favorite way to rearrange the pentatonic scale into a two string-speed pattern.<p>This trick allows you to …

How To Start Soloing In All 12 Keys [Lessons]

<b>Guitar Scales And Modes</b>: When most guitar players first start trying to play "guitar solos," their soloing is quite often confined to only a few …

The Most Effective Guitar Guide To Improve Your Timing Drastically [Lessons]

<b>The Guide To</b>: By Antony Reynaert

Five Must-Know ii-V-I Chord Subs

As jazzers know, learning how to play various chord substitutions is an important part of understanding and applying the jazz language to your …

Electric Guitar

What You Need to Know About Intervals

<i>Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness. — Maya Angelou</i><p>Intervals are simple, useful and …

Electric Guitar