Playing fast and screaming guitar solos is one of the more exciting thing to learn. Here you'll find tutorials useful to improve your speed and accuracy. Remember: in order to play fast you have to practice slow, slow and perfect. Check the links below to find lessons, tutorials and software tools specifically conceived to help you improve your speed, accuracy and scales knowledge.
Learn how to play exciting solos and melody lines: this is one of the best resource on the Internet for improving your speed and soloing skills.
From the most common guitar scale to the strangest exotic arpeggio, you will learn fingering and sound of over 40 scales and arpeggios, in all musical keys and on different fretboard area
Here are 6 easy guitar solos for beginners: learn how to play solos for famous songs by The Beatles, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink Floyd and more..
In this lesson you're going to learn how to read a guitar tab. You'll learn the differences respect of the standard notation and you'll be able to play easy guitar tabs for beginners .
Spice up your riffs with easy Open Position Runs! Video lessons with explanations and tabs.
Blues scales! we are going to expand upon that by adding a new note to the Pentatonic Scale, and give you some more techniques to work on, that will make your riffs much more dynamic..
This is a free pdf ebook with the most common arpeggio patterns for guitar. You'll find fingerings for major, minor, dominant seventh, major seventh, diminished and other chord qualities.
Free Pdf Ebook to download: 84 guitar scales and arpeggios patterns. Major and minor scales, modals, diminished, triads and seventh arpeggios, exotic scales, and much more.
Beginner guitar solo lessons series: this set of articles will give you a thorough understanding of what it takes to become fluid as a solo guitar player and play lead guitar parts.
Soloing lessons series Part 2: in this lesson we'll start to develop the 5 most important skills required to play a good guitar solo and we'll introduce the first scale that every lead guitar player must know..
In today’s lesson you'll expand your scale knowledge and you'll make your soloing abilities more multi-faceted. You'll also learn how to combine major and minor pentatonic scales and some smart exercises.
In this final part of guitar soloing lessons series, we're going to touch important concepts: how to transform pentatonic scales in diatonic sequences, playing spread fingering shapes, and get a basic understanding of the modes..
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