How To Learn Major Guitar Scales And Use Them

In this lesson I gave you a general approach you should use when learning guitar scales as well as some examples on the major and minor pentatonic scale. In today’s lesson we’ll go into more depth in learning and using major guitar scales. A bit of theory first A scale is a linear pattern of […]

Can anyone learn the guitar?

If you’re asking whether you can learn the guitar or not, I have good news for you.  If you can read this article, you definitely have enough mental abilities to learn the guitar. Yes, some people do have “natural talent” that is, the ability to learn (either  everything in life, or a specific thing, such […]

7 Exercises to Improve Your Timing on the Guitar

Is timing on the guitar everything? In a way, yes. Of course, there are many other elements that make a good guitar player, including technique, the ability to apply music theory for the guitar, and developing a good ear, among others. But timing is an element that will make you sound amateurish if you get […]

How To Use Guitar Triads To Unlock The Fretboard

If you don’t know the theory behind guitar triads yet, I suggest that you go through this lesson first. And through this lesson if you don’t yet know the name of the notes on the guitar fretboard. In today’s lesson we’re going to explore all the guitar triads in the major scale, and progress from […]

Guitar Practice Workout For Intermediate Players

When you’re just starting out on the guitar, you spend most of your practicing time learning new things. Reading tabs, new tunes, new chords, new songs, new techniques, your first scale, some easy guitar riffs and licks, so on and so forth. By the time you reach an intermediate level of guitar playing, you will […]