Saying something with music is what soloing is all about. Here is the first of a two parts from Tom Serb on “Language Based Soloing.”
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Now that we’ve covered all the basics of speed playing, we’re going to conclude this series with some important practice strategies that you’ll find useful.
We’re going to try some more difficult speed drills. If you’ve been following Tom’s lessons on playing fast you’ll like these new more challenging patterns.
There are all sorts of barriers to playing fast. In his latest post Tom shares some practice tips for developing speed in all of your fingers.
Many guitarists will choke up when trying to play fast. Tom Serb shares some advice on keeping your muscles relaxed while practicing speed drills.
In this brief series of lessons, Tom Serb reveals some of the ways guitarists can learn to play much faster in a relatively short period of time.
Students at Tom’s music school receive a booklet called “How to Practice Your Musical Instrument.” Here are some practice tips that apply to guitar.
For anyone who writes songs or plays in a band, there are several different rights regarding performing and recording songs. Here is a break down of what you need to know.