June 4, 2014
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8 Ways to Start Playing By Ear Today

[lollum_dropcap]A[/lollum_dropcap]fter college I spent 10 years teaching private guitar lessons. Nearly all of the lessons I gave involved me learning a song by ear and writing […]
June 4, 2014
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Find Any Note On The Neck in Seconds

There are two approaches to find any note on the neck. The first way is to simply drill them into your head one at a time. I’ve […]
June 4, 2014
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The Pentatonic Super Highway

There is a road that every guitar player must travel down on their way to six string mastery. That road’s name is: The Pentatonic Super Highway !!! […]
June 4, 2014
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Three Note Per String Pentatonics

If you’ve been playing guitar for a while you know about “The Box” and being stuck inside it. For those of you that don’t know, “The […]
June 4, 2014
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All the Scales You’ll Ever Need

Below are a list of scale formulas someone had given to me a while ago. There are more scales here than anyone should ever need. You will need […]
May 29, 2014
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20 Chords Every Guitarist Should Know

Here are some chords every guitarist should know. Open Chords are played within the first few frets on the guitar and include notes on strings that […]
May 29, 2014
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Chord Progressions in a Major Key

[lollum_dropcap]I[/lollum_dropcap]t can get a little confusing trying to remember which chord typically follows another when writing diatonicly in a major key so I use the diagram below […]
May 29, 2014
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The Most Common Chord Progressions

[lollum_dropcap]T[/lollum_dropcap]he number of chord progressions you can create is virtually endless. However, there are certain ones that keep popping up over and over. That’s because they sound […]
May 29, 2014
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Chord Progressions in a Minor Key

[lollum_dropcap]T[/lollum_dropcap]he map for Chord Progressions in a Minor Key is almost the same as the one for major keys except for the fact that we add an extra tonic chord, […]