Learning to tap on guitar is a must know for a wide range of guitar styles, not just shred. Acclaimed guitarist and author of the GMI publication “Tapping Discovered” Honza Kourimsky has put together a wonderful in-depth technical lesson for guitarists looking to learn how to tap on guitar.
Learn seven positions of melodic minor scales giving complete coverage of the neck that are extensively used in rock, jazz and classical music.
The Boss DD5 is a stalwart of digital delay. In this lesson, you’ll discover how digital delay came about and how it superseded the analog ways of doing things and how it improved on previous methods. You’ll also see Gary Clinton demonstrate the full range of controls and how to get the most from this guitar pedal.
The Blues scale is as popular today as it’s ever been. This lesson shows how you can extend all your Pentatonic Scales into Blues scales across the neck. This lesson pulls together theoretical and pattern concepts explained in the “pentatonic scales” lesson.
James Akers discusses how to correctly play chords using the right hand fingers and then performs a piece from his book Guitar Exam Exercise Book which helps perfect this technique.
The Boss OC-3 is usually not the top of a guitarists shopping list. The pedal, is actually extremely versatile and more than just a note doubler. Gary Clinton runs his critical eye over the pedal showing you how squeeze the most from this amazing little box.
The Line 6 DL4 delay modeller pedal offers guitar players a truly massive palate of sounds from which to experiment, play and record with. This video demonstration displays just some of what this amazing piece of guitar gear can do.
The harmonic minor scale is one of the most beautiful scales guitarists can learn. Learning them across the neck, however, can be difficult. In this lesson, you will not only learn the scale, but how to utilize your existing knowledge to help you make fast progress.
The Line 6 FM4 is a filter modeller effects pedal which offers the guitarist an opportunity to create and use an extensive new sound pallet. For some, the sounds are too far from the normal guitar sounds they would expect. For others, it’s an enormous opportunity. Gary Clinton continues this series with an indepth look at this versatile guitar effect box.
Once forgotten about after it’s heyday in the 50s and 60s, the tremolo effect is now back with a bang! Bands, guitarists and musicians are rediscovering this incredible sounding effect and the Marshall Vibratrem is the guitar pedal worth having a good look at.