Knowing where, exactly, all the notes are on your guitar’s fretboard will ultimately make you a more creative guitar player.
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This simple arrangement of Green Day’s “Time of Your Life” is a great lesson on letting the notes dictate how you pick them, instead of relying solely on downstroke picking or alternate picking.
It’s not just a sentiment of good tidings, it’s a song lesson! Learn a very simple arrangement of this holiday favorite, which may be even better than figgy pudding!
Tom Hess, guitarist for the epic metal band Rhapsody Of Fire and a mentor to professional musicians worldwide, gives advice about how to make it in the music industry.
This lesson will help you develop your upstoke picking techique and show you the best way to get a better sound, increase your pick speed and improve your timing.
Have fun playing this simple, yet challenging arranging of one of everyone’s favorite carols. If you can handle playing C, F and G and some basic fingerpicking, you’ll be performing “Deck the Hall” in no time!
One of the greatest abilities you can have as a musical artist is to be able to take any idea or emotion and accurately convey it in music.
Here is a wonderfully simple, yet elegant arrangement of the beloved carol, “Good King Wenceslas,” done in open D tuning.
The good news is that there is a superior way to learn scales on guitar that will enable you to make more progress in less time.