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Guitar Pro 7 Review: Here’s The 9 Coolest Things You Can Do Now In GP7

Guitar Pro has been an indispensable resource for myself as many artists don’t have songbooks, and the ability to see the parts played on the fretboard really cut my learning curve down when I started many years ago. With many of the features I’m about to reveal to you in my Guitar Pro 7 Review, […]

5 Horrible Guitar Playing Habits I Don’t Want Anyone To Pick Up!

If I had someone to tell me what an ignoramus I was to do something as stupid as play a Marty Friedman solo completely downpicked…I could be at Steve Vai’s level! (haha I wish) Unfortunately I had to lose money to overpriced distortion pedals, thumb through guitar forums for hints of how to play tricky […]

8 Lessons That Every Advanced Guitar Player Has Learned

So, are you getting bored playing smoke on the water yet? No offense, but it’s probably time that you stepped up a little. We’ve all heard the same songs played over and over and we want you to wow us with something cool! But here’s the other thing……. Are there songs you can’t play yet […]

3 Lessons That’ll Tell You How To Play The Blues

This is an old, tired, and severely beat up subject: blues guitar……. It’s the guitar style that spawned jazz, rock, country, Kesha, blah blah blah. You get it. You’re not here to hear a history about it I’m sure. What I have for you is 3 videos and a short article that’ll give you a […]

The Best F’in Jazz Guitar Lesson Ever

Comping, two five changes, dorian modes, altered scales, and m7b5 chords are a few of the many pieces of jargon you’ll hear when it comes to Jazz guitar. And none of it gets down to the heart of what it really is. I read an article recently that used words like this, as well as […]