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Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Legato Technique (hammer-ons and pull-offs)14-Apr-2003 4451
Description:
This exercise combines hammer-ons and pull-offs with slides for the ultimate legato experience!
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
3 Octave Scales15-Apr-2003 3666
Description:
This exercise shows how to play throughout the fretboard by playing the Locrian mode in 3 octaves.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Triad Arpeggios15-Apr-2003 3273
Description:
This exercise shows you how to play a Minor triad arpeggio across 4 strings using sweep picking
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Pentatonic scale sequences15-Apr-2003 8667
Description:
In this exercise, you will play the Pentatonic Minor scale as a sequence of triplets.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Triad Arpeggios15-Apr-2003 4985
Description:
This exercise shows you how to play a Diminished triad arpeggio across 5 strings using sweep picking
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Exercises of the Month19-Jun-2004 7336
Description:
This exercise looks at a typical 3-note-per-string scale pattern, and shows one approach to unleashing creativity.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Exercises of the Month07-Sep-2003 17446
Description:
This exercise serves as a tribute to one of the most talented guitarists to ever walk the earth - Jason Becker. We go over a famous lick from his song Altitudes to continue our studies into creative use of arpeggios and intervals.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Skipping around14-Apr-2003 3213
Description:
This exercise has you skipping strings like a madman throughout the entire fretboard. This is one of my favorites!
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Pentatonic scale sequences24-Dec-2008 31767
Description:
In this guitar lesson we will focus on playing wild sounding pentatonic scale riffs across the entire fretboard.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Skipping around14-Apr-2003 3296
Description:
This last of the string skipping exercises is pretty ludicrous as far as string skipping goes. You'll see what I mean...
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Exercises of the Month13-May-2006 5956
Description:
This month's free guitar lesson examines the use of intervals to add variety to scales. This guitar lesson also has the benefit of improving coordination as there is a great deal of finger position shifting and alternate picked notes on adjacent guitar strings.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Jazz Melodic Minor16-Apr-2003 3232
Description:
In this exercise, you will learn the 6th Jazz Melodic Minor mode.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Pentatonic Scales27-Jan-2008 4192
Description:
In this guitar lesson I will show you how to add some flash to the familiar blues scale. Get ready to scorch your fretboard with this one!
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
3 Octave Scales14-Apr-2003 33762
Description:
This exercise shows how to play throughout the fretboard by playing a Major scale in 3 octaves.
Exercise TitleLesson TitleDateHitsRating
Arpeggio Sequences15-Apr-2003 5610
Description:
In this exercise, you play a triad arpeggio sequence that takes you across the entire fretboard.


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