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Amazing Series of Lessons

Technique Basics

Beginner Warm-Up
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Essential to any guitarists’ practice routine is the act of warming our fingers up. Before we can fully reap the effects of our many hours of practice, we have to execute some simple exercises to help the blood flow in our hands. By following this lesson, you’ll get a total pre-practice workout routine that is designed to maximize your efficiency in practicing…Remember, it’s not about quantity, its about quality.

Intro To Bending
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There are many ways to express ourselves as guitarists, but few are so common among all styles of music as bending is. This way of shaping notes and altering them to match other pitches is as close as we can get to emulating a singer. In this lesson you’ll get the inside scoop on how to practice bends, the best ways of fingering them and how to do it tune!

Legato Part 1
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Here is a lesson for all those players out there that want to improve their single note melody playing. Using legato is a valuable technique, but only if done properly…if not, it can lead to some nasty bad habits. This lesson is here to show you the right way to play slurs and slides, with exercises designed to boost your playing!

Right & Left Hand Coordination
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One of the most over-looked aspects of playing guitar is the synchronicity of both hands. We may think we can pick fast and fret cleanly, but can we do it at the same time…all the time? This lesson is designed to show you exercises and techniques that will dramatically improve your playing, no matter what style or how long you’ve been playing.

Right Hand Basics
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If you’re going to play electric guitar, then learning how to pick, mute and string skip are a few of the most basic necessities you’ll need. This comprehensive lesson on some of the most common right hand techniques (or left hand for you lefties out there), is one that will elevate your playing, boost your confidence, and prepare you for a life time of tackling challenging guitar techniques and methods.

Fretboarding

First 5 Frets
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As guitarists we have a bit harder time than some instrumentalists such as piano players, due to the fact that our notes aren’t all lined up in a row. Not being able to visualize where notes are is a key factor that prohibits most players from elevating their playing to the next level. By learning note location you’ll be able to write songs, improvise and learn songs with ease and efficiency.

Learning The Fretboard
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Do you want to take your playing to the next level? Do you want to unlock the first door on you’re way to understanding theory? If yes, then you need to learn the fretboard, and know it backwards and forwards. In this lesson you’ll learn the tricks that will help you uncover the key your full potential.

Open Chords
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One of the most important and fundamental steps to learning guitar is mastering your chords…that all starts with open chords. This lesson on the basic shapes and forms of some of music’s most common chords will give you the necessary tools to build a solid foundation in guitar playing.

Tuning By Ear
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One of the most important and fundamental steps to learning guitar is mastering your chords…that all starts with open chords. This lesson on the basic shapes and forms of some of music’s most common chords will give you the necessary tools to build a solid foundation in guitar playing.

Major & Minor Theory

Diatonic Chords
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What are diatonic chords? Well, any good musician will tell you, they’re essential for mastering your instrument. Learning how to play all the standard chords within one key will not only challenge your fingers, but your mind as well!

Easy Chords (And How To Alter Them)
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One of the first steps to learning theory on the guitar is learning chord construction. In this lesson you’ll learn the formula for building basic major and minor triads. The key to successfully negotiating the murky waters of music theory is to understand the way chords are built, don’t just memorize them, but understand them, and you’ll understand the guitar!

Major & Minor Chords
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One of the first steps to learning theory on the guitar is learning chord construction. In this lesson you’ll learn the formula for building basic major and minor triads. The key to successfully negotiating the murky waters of music theory is to understand the way chords are built, don’t just memorize them, but understand them, and you’ll understand the guitar!

Major & Minor Scales
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People talk a lot about scales in the guitar world, and if you’re not privy to the info, then you’re missing out big time! Here is your chance to learn the construction of major and minor scales and how they relate to each other. You’ll also understand the different positions on the neck and how best to practice them…it’s a crash course in beginner theory, so get ready to dive into the deep end!

Blues Basics

Five Beginner Blues Licks
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It’s always a good idea to back up your playing and soloing with licks and ideas that you’ve practiced before. This lesson will give you five new blues licks that not only will increase your repertoire but also challenge you technically and rhythmically. By practicing these ideas and positions you’ll learn to play awesome blues style licks in any spot on the fretboard.

12 Bar Blues
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The blues are one of the most commonly played musical forms in the Western world. This simple 3-chord progression has been used by countless guitarists over the years. A key piece to any player’s repertoire is learning and memorizing the blues form and its various alterations. In this lesson you’ll get in-depth knowledge on what chords make up the blues, and a few different “feels” that can be played using this progression.

Beginning Blues Chords
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Essential to the early stages of learning electric guitar, is learning the blues and the chords that go with it. Although seemingly a simple form of music, blues can incorporate tons of variation among the chords and styles in which it’s played. This lesson will provide you with a solid foundation of chord shapes and sounds that you’ll be able to build off of for the rest of your guitar playing days.

The Blues Scale
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One of the most common and easily played scales on the guitar is the blues scale, which is really just one or two notes away from being a pentatonic scale. In this lesson you’ll learn the positions, fingerings and sounds of this awesome group of notes, and you’ll even get some cool blues licks to practice over chords!

Beginning Rock Guitar

Beginning Rock Guitar – Technique Lesson
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Lesson Overview

This video course is perfect for aspiring rock guitarists who need to build a rock-solid foundation of skills. By the end of this series, you will have learned all of the techniques you need to rock out, including left hand and Right hand playing, tuning the guitar, hammer-ons, pull-offs, power chords, open chords, palm muting, rhythm, and strumming.

Technique Toolbox

Hybrid Picking
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One of the most useful tools in the guitarist’s arsenal, hybrid picking is an awesome way to get new picking sounds, and open a whole new world of chords and melody lines. In this lesson you’ll learn how to approach this technique, along with examples and exercises that are designed to get your fingers flying!

Intermediate Warm-Up
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In order to truly maximize your practice time, a warm-up should be a key part to your day’s practice. This lesson will take you through some awesome steps and exercises designed to get your fingers moving quickly so you can spend more time getting better.

Intro To Slide
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Slide guitar is a staple among blues guitarists, from the Allman Bros. to Sonny Landreth and Derek Trucks, there is no shortage of great guitarists who use this style. In this lesson, you’ll learn proper slide technique and some awesome blues licks to go with it, all of which are designed to get you started playing slide guitar today!

Left Hand Stretching
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Have you ever been learning a song or maybe even writing one and you run into a wall that you just can’t get over? Most of the time, it’s our fretting hands that are stopping us from playing all those sweet licks. With this lesson you’ll learn some great new exercises and patterns to get your left hand really working!

Tapping Part 1
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Tapping is an essential tool for any advanced guitarist. Even if you don’t spend your day shredding Van Halen solos, tapping can be used in a variety of ways to make melodies and phrases really come alive and stand out from the rest of the song. This lesson will help you learn the ins and outs of tapping technique and what you can do to get started now!

Blues Volume 1

Five Blues Licks
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The blues and its many forms are a constantly evolving type of music, and your playing should reflect that. By learning how to alter and substitute chords within the standard form of the blues, you will go from playing stale harmonies to bouncing around the neck using chord melody. A good rhythm player knows how to keep movement and melodic structure intact while playing over basic chord changes, and this in-depth lesson on chord substitutions will help you learn how do exactly that!

Blues Chords Substitutions
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The blues and its many forms are a constantly evolving type of music, and your playing should reflect that. By learning how to alter and substitute chords within the standard form of the blues, you will go from playing stale harmonies to bouncing around the neck using chord melody. A good rhythm player knows how to keep movement and melodic structure intact while playing over basic chord changes, and this in-depth lesson on chord substitutions will help you learn how do exactly that!

Minor Blues
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The minor blues is one form of a blues progression that was made famous by BB King in his song “The Thrill Is Gone”. By replacing the standard dominant chords with minor chords and by tweaking the turnaround, you can elicit some spooky and melancholy sounds from your guitar. This lesson will take you on a tour through this new blues form, its chords, and an awesome, rhythmic approach to playing it.

Stormy Monday Changes
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One of the most famous forms of the blues, Stormy Monday is a classic chord progression that all guitarists should know. Unlike a 12-bar blues, this form incorporates a lot more changes, and some sweet, minor chords mixed in for good measure. Jump into this lesson now, to get access to the chords, tabs and much more!

Chord Knowledge

Chord Scales Part 1
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A valuable skill for any musician is being able to play chord scales. This seemingly simple idea can be expanded in so many ways, all of which will help build fluency on the fret board and increase your harmonic language.

Intro To Seventh Chords
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Are you sick of playing the same few chords? Do want to expand your musical vocabulary? If so, this lesson is just for you! Seventh chords are a great way to not only color your sounds with different tones, but learning them fluently is a great tool toward understanding theory.

Intro To Suspended Chords
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If you’re looking for a way to get past those first initial chord shapes you’ve learned, and are in need of more colors to fill out your sound, then this is the lesson for you. By going through various fingerings of Sus2 and Sus4 chords and some licks involving both, you’ll have all the ammo you need to start breaking out some new sounds and spicing up your playing!

Ninth Chords
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Chords can and should be used to express colors throughout a song, and ninth chords are like the blending of colors. By having multiple arpeggios within them, these chords, whether major, minor or dominant can cross tonalities briefly, but remain within the realm of the parent key. If you’re looking for some great new sounds and some ways to expand your chordal playing and songwriting, this lesson is for you!

Practical Playing

Arpeggios Part 1
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Arpeggios are not only useful for us guitarists, but practically essential. Every good player uses these outlines of chords to help highlight their playing, no matter what the style. Both musically and technically challenging, this lesson will help get your theory and your chops up to the next level!

Arpeggios Part 2
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A commonly used weapon of many advanced players is the arpeggio and its many forms. For as many chords that are possible to play, there are an equal number of arpeggios. If you can come up with a chord, then you can find its arpeggio. By linking together chord tones in unique and interesting ways, we can seamlessly flow in and out of chord changes while soloing and improvising. Not merely for lead playing though, arpeggios have a wide array of musical uses, several of which are detailed in this lesson. You’ll get access to many different fingerings and positions for 7th chord arpeggios in various inversions across the fretboard.

Intro To Improvisation
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Improvising is really the crux of any musician’s artistic life. The ability to play instantly, whatever you hear in your head is a quest that most of us spend a lifetime learning how to master. Along the way are several crucial steps that can dramatically help free you of playing the same things over and over again. In this lesson you’ll get the low down on how to break out of these specific patterns and begin to play what you hear!

Learning Intervals
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One of the most beneficial things a guitarist can do to further their progress is to memorize and get comfortable playing and hearing different intervals. By learning the space between two notes and the various shapes and combinations that exist on the fret board, intervals can be a guide to navigating the neck with precision and accuracy. From chord scales to string skipping, learning your intervals fluently will have a profound effect on your playing ability.

Playing With A Leading Finger
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his is one of my favorite concepts to show intermediate players, mainly due to its consistent results and versatility among styles and players. By learning to “think and play” with a dominant finger controlling each phrase, your improvisations will be instantly smoother and more complete. In this lesson I’ll show some key elements to being able to change the leading finger from lick to lick in order to achieve a more fluent and consistent stream of playing.

Triad Funk Rhythm
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Did you ever find yourself asking, “How can I play around with chords and melody while playing rhythm guitar”? If so, this is the lesson for you. By learning how to use triads from within the key of the song, you’ll instantly take the musicality and phrasing of your playing up a notch or two. In this lesson you will uncover the secrets to playing solid, funky, and interesting rhythm guitar parts while shifting around through chords and incorporating small melodies within.

Speed Kills

FIVE PENTATONIC PATTERNS
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As an intermediate player, one often has the desire, and musical necessity to play fast…really fast. This lesson is designed to teach you how to do that with the knowledge you already have. By learning and practicing patterns in the pentatonic scale, you’ll build the muscle memory and quickness needed to pull of some ripping licks!

GROUPS OF FIVE
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If you’re looking for a way to increase your shred-ability, this just might be what you’ve been searching for. By learning how to successfully execute groupings of five notes within one beat, you will have the capability to alter between more “natural” note groupings such as fours and sixes. In this lesson you’ll get access to five awesome licks that will help you get to that next level of speed and rhythmic complexity.

TRIAD ARPEGGIOS
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The Arpeggio and all it’s glory is on full display in this lesson about fast, speed-inducing triads. By simplifying a chord to it’s three main notes, you’ll get a better understanding of how to execute these arpeggios at high speeds, while improvising.

Chords & Colors

Sixth Chords
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A great sound and a great tool to color your chords with, sixth chords can act in a powerful way when placed properly in a progression. Virtually identical to various other chords, these special note clusters can cross tonalities and harmonies with ease, and if you master them, so could you!

13th Chords
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This lesson is for the intermediate player who wants to learn some new chord shapes and ways to use them in daily playing. One of the most common types of chords is a dominant7, and if you can begin the long journey of understanding its many variants, you’re going to be well on your way to being a great guitarist. In this lesson on one specific form of a dominant chord, called a dominant13, you’ll learn a ton of awesome new fingerings and ways of playing this as a substitute for an old dominant chord. Got a C7 that needs some spicing up? Make it a C13 and learn how to color your sound!

Dominant Suspended Chords
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A great sound and a great tool to color your chords with, sixth chords can act in a powerful way when placed properly in a progression. Virtually identical to various other chords, these special note clusters can cross tonalities and harmonies with ease, and if you master them, so could you!

Half-Diminished Chords
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This chord is truly the gateway to understanding so many aspects of theory, and how theory crosses with practical playing. Used in music ranging from jazz to blues to country western, this tonally versatile chord can cross boundaries that few other chords can and can impart huge new ideas, and a vast array of new colors and sounds to your playing.

Intro to Diminished Harmony
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Diminished chords are some of the most useful and versatile chords and scales in music. The “outside” sound can be stretched to the point of extreme sonic tension, or it can be used comfortably within a standard progression like the blues.However you choose to apply diminished harmony, it will definitely take your playing to new heights and create some new musical doors for you to open.

Mastering The Modes

Dorian Mode
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If it’s time to take you’re playing to the next level, then here you go! This lesson is designed for the players who are already familiar with standard minor pentatonic and natural minor scales but who want to elevate their playing to a higher degree. This theory-based lesson will give you some positions and fingerings for this new scale as well as some insight into how to use it in your playing.

Harmonic Minor
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Ever wonder how to get that really exotic, Egyptian sound out of your guitar? Well this scale is a must-know step in getting there. Used by the likes of Yngwie Malmsteen and loads of other shredders, this minor scale has some awesome potential to really change up the sound of your playing!

Locrian Mode
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Modes are useful ways of thinking about a scale in relation to either another scale or a chord that you’re playing over. This lesson on the seventh of the major modes will teach you how to incorporate it’s “outside” sound within a familiar harmony and also show you how you can reign it in and make it sound very fluid and part of the key.

Lydian Mode
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This major mode is used often over either major 7 or major 7#11 chords and can impart an awesome, atmospheric and airy texture. Whether rock, fusion, jazz or any other genre, this lesson will teach you how to effectively use this mode!

Melodic Minor
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This mysterious and exotic sounding scale is really a blend of two simpler modes that you probably already know. Using this scale you can launch yourself into a new world of harmony and theory. Whether you’re into jazz, fusion, rock or any other genre, this is one lesson that will definitely help expand your knowledge on the guitar.

Mixolydian Mode
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Do you want to take your theory knowledge to the next level? This in depth look at one of the most common modes includes fingerings, licks, exercises and real-life application of this particular series of notes. A small bit of knowledge about major and minor scales is required for this intermediate lesson, so make sure you’ve got those scales under your fingers first.

Phrygian Mode
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Here is one unique sounding mode! This minor mode is one that can be played over a few different chords and can sound very different depending on how you finger and articulate it. This lesson will give you the tools and the info necessary to whip this scale out at will!

Intro to Jazz

Easy Jazz Arpeggios
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If you’re looking for a way to understand more about jazz and ii-V-I’s, then this lesson is geared just for you. One of the most common ways for players to think about changes while playing is by thinking through their arpeggios. By learning some basic shapes and ways to keep them within a certain area on the fretboard, you’ll begin to clearly see changes and the chord tones that make them up. Take your playing, technique and theory up a notch by learning some Easy Jazz Arpeggios.

Introduction To ii-V-I
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The basis for all jazz and a lot of pop music is a simple chord progression known as a ii-V-I. This seemingly simple structure can be twisted and substituted into some incredibly complex progressions found all throughout western music of all kinds. Perhaps one of the most powerful tools in unlocking theory, chord structure and harmony, learning ii-V-I’s is an invaluable piece of any great musician’s arsenal.

Leading Tones & Approach Notes
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Are you looking for a way to expand your phrasing and improvising? If you’re searching for a way to include notes other than the scale tones in your solos, than this lesson is tailored just for you. By learning how to incorporate passing tones, and leading tones in your playing, you’ll instantly become more aware of arpeggios and chord changes. In this lesson I’m going to show you how to approach your target notes chromatically and from a whole step away so that you can freely improvise using these chord tones as a guide. Want to start learning more about jazz soloing? Then learning about leading tones is a great place to start!

Total Technique

Speed Bursts
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One of the most effective ways of increasing speed, accuracy and coordination, speed bursts are an invaluable part of any guitarist’s arsenal of practice tricks. In this lesson you’ll get several examples that will lead you through ways of boosting your speed playing.

Sweeping Part 1
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This continuation of our first lesson on arpeggios takes you into detail with for different chord types. Using major 7, minor 7, dominant, and half-diminished arpeggios, you’ll have all the tools necessary to navigate the beginnings of playing over changes.

Wes Technique
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Wes Montgomery is one of the most well-known and acclaimed jazz guitarists of all time. He practically pioneered the use of octaves in jazz and pop music guitar, and did so while using a unique style and technique that was all his own.

Chord Mastery

Major 7 Sharp 11 Chords
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This unique chord is one that can truly help catapult you into a better understanding of cross-tonality and a more jazz-based theoretical understanding. This chord, exactly as it sounds, is a major chord but with certain twists that even allow it to be arpeggiated across dominant chords. In this lesson you’ll learn all the useful applications and fingerings of this chord.

Slash Chords Part 1
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A very common sight when reading chord charts is seeing slash chord symbols. By learning how to decipher these ambiguous chords and incorporating them into you playing, you will be able to expand your harmony and create new and unique sounds while maintaining the overall harmonic structure of the song. In this lesson, you’ll get the scoop on a versatile and easy to play slash chord that can function both as a tonic chord as well as a dominant, when slightly altered, of course.

Slash Chords Part 2
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This continuation of the previous series on Slash Chords, takes us into a world of suspended sounding chords based on the upper four strings. By following a melody on the upper string and creating chords that are based on fourths, fifths, and occasionally thirds, you can create a new, colorful sound that can help pepper your rhythmic playing with movement, and maybe a new way of phrasing over chords. Take a look at the way a tonality can be implied despite these slash chords’unique sound, and you’ll have an awesome combination of harmony and moving chord lines that will open doors for you, for a long time to come.

Understanding Jazz

Intro To Walking Bass
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So, you want to play a swinging bass line, with chords and possibly melody too? Well it all starts with being able to control the movement of the bass line and including some small chord hits to emphasize the harmony. This lesson will get you on a fast track to being able to comfortably play walking bass lines through basic jazz chord changes and will even get you thinking about how to constantly update and improvise those lines.

Jazz Blues
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If you’re familiar with blues guitar, but you want to take a journey into the world of jazz, then this lesson is for you! The “jazz blues” form is one that incorporates common jazz progressions into a blues format. In this detailed lesson you’ll get the inside scoop on what changes and chords are used, how the structure is altered, and what kind of substitutions can be used in this entry level jazz form.

Rhythm Changes Part 1
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If you’re here then I’m sure you know what you’re looking for. This single progression known as Rhythm Changes is one of the absolute greatest ways to learn how to play over complex jazz changes.

Secondary Dominants
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Whether you’re into jazz, metal, rock, blues or anything else, you need to know what secondary dominants are. These types of chord progressions, or ways of altering progressions, are a key component to almost every style of music.

Altered Scale
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The mysterious altered scale! What is it, how do you play it, and what chord can it fit over? These are all questions that you’ll soon have the answers to. By breaking this scale down into two parts, I’ve come up with a way to simplify it so that it’s easy to think about and visualize at a fast tempo, all while improvising. If you’ve ever heard of diminished or whole-tone scales, then you’re already one step ahead of the class. These two scales when put together equal the altered scale, and can be played over chords like B7b9, or G7#5 or even things like A7b9b13. These are all examples of altered chords and will be explained in detail in the lesson. By understanding altered scales and they’re chords you’ll have the freedom to comfortably play more “outside” during dominant chords and more complex progressions.

Upper Structure ii-V-I
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All jazz players know that ii-V-I’s are the foundation for almost all jazz music. By learning how to rearrange simple ii-V-I progressions into a slightly more harmonically complex progression, you can achieve more “outside” sounds. In this lesson, you’ll learn what makes up an upper structure chord and how to use them in standard ii-V-I’s. These substitute chords are a great way to expand your jazz and theory knowledge, all the while gaining greater command of the fretboard and improvisation.

Understanding Jazz

Intro To Walking Bass
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So, you want to play a swinging bass line, with chords and possibly melody too? Well it all starts with being able to control the movement of the bass line and including some small chord hits to emphasize the harmony. This lesson will get you on a fast track to being able to comfortably play walking bass lines through basic jazz chord changes and will even get you thinking about how to constantly update and improvise those lines.

Jazz Blues
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If you’re familiar with blues guitar, but you want to take a journey into the world of jazz, then this lesson is for you! The “jazz blues” form is one that incorporates common jazz progressions into a blues format. In this detailed lesson you’ll get the inside scoop on what changes and chords are used, how the structure is altered, and what kind of substitutions can be used in this entry level jazz form.

Learn More About Your Instructor, Max Rich

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Max “Ultra” Rich, is one of THE most respected, actively giging, multi-instrumentalists, in the LA Music Scene today! He’s a highly sought-after producer, composer, and of course, Electric Guitar Master, having played with the who’s who of todays biggest artists. Max is also the co-founder and principal instructor of Totally Electric Guitars. He lives, plays, and records in LA- ever heard of the Whiskey A-Go- Go and the Sunset Strip for example? He’s a regular. And anyone who’s anyone in the LA music scene knows all about Max Rich and his masterful licks! There’s simply no one better to teach you than this man. He’s been doing it for years- and now – with his help, you can too!

And worked/played with numerous high profile musicians such as...

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Salvador Santana
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Joe Travers
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Nick Milo
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Rafael Morreira
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Dale Black
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Punky Balfour
(Jurassic 5, Puff)
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Jaydon Bean
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As a kid I would go to Vai's house and help clean out his basement or do yard-work in exchange for lessons, gear and some of his homemade honey (he's a beekeeper)! I was fortunate to have all these excellent guitarists around me as a child and was very influenced by them. Ihave also recorded for the record label Mind of a Genius, as well as recently completed a track for Faith Evans ~ Max Rich

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I love Max's Lead Guitar and love everything about it. His technique and explanations. He seems like he genuinely wants you to do well.

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I like Max's approach to chord progressions. It gave me confidence to add slides and fill type chords to progressions.

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