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Rock Lead Guitar

Tips for Learning Rock Lead Guitar

I see a lot of flaws in the way many of my students practice soloing for rock lead guitar. I see I guitar players simply practicing exercises and licks without playing along with chords. Seems pretty natural to most to just pick up your guitar and start practicing things. But, there is no anchor balance […]

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Damage Control With Gear Failure

No matter how much experience you have, the inevitable gear failure is bound to happen at the least opportune time. It doesn’t matter how much you’ve tested your gear at home before you leave. Or how much time you spent in soundcheck making sure your signal path is clean and happy. A moment will come, […]

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Skill Sets For Gigs

A Gig is a Gig is a Gig is a Gig, right? Well, that’s not really an accurate way to think of a career in music. When you’re younger and less experienced you tend to see every gig in the same way. You haven’t traveled musically enough to have a depth of the skill set […]

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More Then One Way To Use A Metronome

It’s very important to use a metronome when practicing. Some players get caught in a trap though and never develop a strong relationship with the click. They tend to obey instead of communicate. Here are some tips on how to strengthen your relationship with a metronome.  

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