If you enjoyed the free version of ‘The guitar kit’, ‘THE GUITAR KIT PRO’ is an even bigger collection of music and guitar templates, that I personally use to teach, now available in a consistent and professional look. Over 70 pages of print quality templates in both JPG and PDF format, customizable and brand-able (step… Continue reading The Guitar Kit Pro – Blank Music Templates and Guitar Templates
Tag: Advanced Pentatonic Stuff
How to use the Diminished Scale Pt 2
Continuation of the diminished scale video…in this Pt2 I show how to incorporate triads into phrases or altered chords voicings. If we take a C half step/whole step scale C, Db, Eb, E, F#, G, A, Bb we see that four triads can be found within the notes of this scale: C major, Ebmajor, F#major,… Continue reading How to use the Diminished Scale Pt 2
3NPS Pentatonic Fingerings
Yesterday I posted this video lesson about 3NPS Pentatonic so today I wanted to share the 5 shapes/fingerings. I hope you understand the process of how to build these and how to use them (again, watch the video if you don’t). Good Luck.
3 Notes Per String Pentatonic
I have always been inspired by lines played by funk sax players like Sanborn, Marienthal o Brecker, lines which are unique because of the characteristics of the instrument to produce the same note with two different fingerings (but this is possible on the guitar,too), together with their aggressive feel and a bluesy approach (= pentatonis,… Continue reading 3 Notes Per String Pentatonic
Advanced Blues stuff Pt 2 – Solo Explained
In this video I explain the solo I play in Advanced pentatonic stuff (Pt1). It is pretty self explanatory…download the PDF file of the transcribed solo below: Download PDF file If this style of playing interests you, you want to check out my guitar method ‘Contemporary Blues Soloing‘. Check it out in the Products page.
More Advanced Blues stuff (the Miles/Robben thing)
Advanced pentatonic stuff. There are when times you can get bored of playing just the pentatonic on a blues, or maybe you’ve heard more contemporary blues players like Robben Ford, or blues influenced jazz guys like John Scofield and Scott Henderson. Well, here I come to help you out with a couple of tips: first… Continue reading More Advanced Blues stuff (the Miles/Robben thing)