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Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 3)

Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 3) This is a continuation from last week’s blogs: In Position m7 Arpeggio soloing Am root, Dm 5th & Em b3rd. In Position m7 Arpeggio soloing Am b3rd, Dm b7th & Em 5th. We’ll cover the remaining 2 positions in today’s blog. Starting from Am 2nd
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Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2)

Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2) This is a continuation from last week’s blog In position soloing over I- IV- V- in Am. Read that blog first, so all the following will make complete sense. 🙂 This week you’ll solo with the following 3 arpeggios: Am7 arpeggio from the b3rd (C
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Using 6ths to Beef Up Your Rhythm Playing.

Using 6ths to Beef Up Your Rhythm Playing. Today I’ll show you how to beef up your rhythm playing with 6 intervals. If you’re not sure what 6ths are or uncertain how to play them: you would benefit from studying this blog first: 6th Intervals. I’m very excited about writing today’s blog because I know
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How To Sing and Play Rhythm Simultaneously

How To Sing and Play Rhythm Simultaneously Every once in a while I have a student who contacts me for lessons because they have a hard time singing and playing rhythm simultaneously. I wanted to cover some quick tips in today’s blog to help you get better at this. Memorize the lyrics. There is only
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My Top 10 Favorite Guitar Riffs.

My Top 10 Favorite Guitar Riffs. These are in no particular order: just 10 of my favorite riffs. Beat It (Michael Jackson) Pretty amazing that this song features Steve Lukather (Toto) playing bass and lead guitar, and Eddie Van Halen playing the solo. Ending riff Black Dog (Led Zeppelin) The rhythm guitar part at 1:36
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