Rock Improvisation Level Three

Using a Metronome To Practice Difficult Licks

In this video guitar lesson, I am going to show you one of the best ways I have found to master difficult guitar licks.

We all know the feeling of having most of a guitar solo under our fingers, but there seems to always be a couple licks within the solo that we just can’t seem …Continue Reading »

Being Creative with Common Guitar Licks

In this lesson, I will demonstrate some easy ways to take common guitar licks that you play everyday, and turn them into unique ideas for improvisation.

Be sure to grab the TAB for this video lesson below in order to follow along with the video lesson more easily.

Being Creative with Common Guitar Licks TAB PDF Download

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How to Practice Guitar With A Purpose

In this two-part video guitar lesson series, I will talk about what I feel are the most important elements to focus on when practicing and when creating a practice routine.

By the amount of messages I get on the subject, I feel that many players are confused as to what to practice and when. This leads them …Continue Reading »

Using the Phrygian Dominant Mode

In this quick video guitar lesson, I will show you how to improvise using the Phrygian Dominant mode by using your familiar harmonic minor scale forms.

If you don’t have an in-depth knowledge of how to play the harmonic scale over the entire fretboard don’t worry. Simply check out my harmonic minor scale guitar lessons and …Continue Reading »

Nuno Bettencourt Style Open String Hammer-Ons

This week’s “Lick of the Week” comes from one of my favorite guitar players on the planet, the incredible Nuno Bettencourt.

Nuno Bettencourt’s guitar style combines an incredible sense of rhythm with virtuosic displays of many advanced techniques, all wrapped up in a highly melodic and inspiring guitar style.

One of his signature moves involves the lick …Continue Reading »

Neoclassical Shred – Lick Of The Week

Love it or hate it, neoclassical shred guitar created a huge change in how people approached guitar soloing in the 80’s and the ripples of that wave of virtuoso guitarists continue to be felt today.

There were players back in the seventies like Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple whose classical and baroque style guitar licks inspired …Continue Reading »

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