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If you learn how to use octave chords to improve your guitar playing, it will also help you to understand music better 100%.  Guaranteed! That is because octave chords have many applications that can benefit your guitar playing.  No matter …

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When playing guitar, you want to make sure that you learn the 5 top tips to great rhythm guitar playing.  This will allow you to set up a solid foundation for your guitar playing that will benefit you for years …

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When playing lead guitar in rock music, you must understand rhythm guitar and chord progressions that work well with the minor pentatonic scale.  This way you’ll know how to solo over them. This lesson is taught in the book Lead …

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Your picking hand In this lesson, you are going to learn how to develop your picking hand for better rhythm playing.  This is a vitally important skill to master when it comes to playing guitar.  Especially rock guitar!  Because rhythm …

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In this lesson, we are going to learn how to form power chords and create rhythm.  Once you have mastered your open chords or would like to take a break from them, you can proceed to work on your closed …

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How to switch between chords quickly and easily is one of the hardest things to do at the beginning of learning guitar.  In today’s lesson, we are going to talk & learn about how to switch between chords easier & …

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Knowing how to improve your rhythm playing and establish timing is one of the most important things to know if you’re going to be a good guitar player.  Especially if you want to play with others, or possibly play with …

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