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Guitar note names - learn the names of the notes on a guitar in 4 easy steps

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How to remember the names of the notes on you guitar in 4 easy steps.

Step 1 - memorize the names of the strings
Step 2 - memorize the names of the notes on the bottom E string
Step 3 - memorize the names of the notes on the A string
Step 4 - learn octave patterns

Once you have learned to name the notes on your guitar you will always be thankful. If you want to understand guitar theory or learn to read music, this lesson will be invaluable to you in future years. But if you don't want to learn to read music or theory, it is still essential to know the names of the notes on at least the bottom E and the A string.

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Triads lesson: I - IV exercise in 3 keysTriads lesson: I - IV exercise in 3 keys
00:09:59January 12, 2018, 3:17 pm
Triads lesson: I - IV exercise in 3 keys

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The I - IV "mini progression" is something extremely common and useful. In this exercise, we are going to use the whole fretboard to play this mini progression, using simple major triads. You will learn how to play I - IV in the keys of A, D & E.

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Diminished 7th Chords - Their Symmetry & Function Explained

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Diminished 7th chords (dim7 for short) have an unusual role in music, partly to do with their symmetry.

They have no strong "center" like major and minor chords, and tend to be used as "passing chords", linking other chords in the key.

In this lesson we learn what symmetry means in music and how dim7 chords function in typical progressions.

By experimenting with diminished seventh chords in your own music, you can add a little extra tension and fluidity to your progressions - just try not to overdo it (like I do in one example in this video!).

Using Minor & Major Pentatonic Together EffectivelyUsing Minor & Major Pentatonic Together Effectively
00:12:46October 22, 2013, 2:50 pm
Using Minor & Major Pentatonic Together Effectively

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Learn how to combine the minor and major pentatonic scales effectively and play smoothly between the two scales.

Sometimes, one scale is all you need to create the perfect guitar solo. But by marrying major and minor pentatonic, your vocabulary doubles and you can "say" a lot more.

Usually, mixing major and minor scales creates too much dissonance, but in this lesson, I show you how the two scales can really complement each other, as long as you know how to move between them.

I'm sure that, if you haven't already been combining these two scales in your licks, you will after going through the lesson.

You see, minor pentatonic gives us those bluesy b3 and b7 intervals.

Whereas major pentatonic gives us the sweeter 2, 3 and 6 intervals.

If you're unsure what these numbers mean, don't worry! They simply refer to the position of a note in the scale. I'll show you these in the diagrams in the lesson so you know exactly where to put your fingers to get the note you want.

When you combine these major/minor tones, you can express yourself more freely than if you were restricted to one scale. You have more...

I - IV Major Pentatonic Guided Jam TrackI - IV Major Pentatonic Guided Jam Track
00:24:57December 16, 2015, 12:11 pm
I - IV Major Pentatonic Guided Jam Track

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This guitar lesson will get you soloing the major pentatonic scale melodically over one of the most common major key changes - I and IV (1 and 4).

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Using our knowledge of target notes from the past two lessons in the series, we'll be able to connect what we play to the backing music without having to change scale.

As you jam through several patterns across the neck, use the diagrams to try out different target notes and learn to play through those changes with purpose and confidence!

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How To Make Guitar Scales Sound GoodHow To Make Guitar Scales Sound Good
00:07:39February 10, 2016, 11:55 am
How To Make Guitar Scales Sound Good

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Once you've learned a guitar scale pattern, it's easy to get into the habit of playing in predictable, linear sequences up and down the scale. This lesson shows you how to make your guitar solos musical.

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This lesson shows you how to navigate guitar scales in a musical way, by using simple sequencing forms such as note skipping, staggered runs and pedal notes.

You can apply these sequencing techniques in any scale pattern you might learn. Practicing scales in this way will help you develop your improvisation and writing skills.

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Sound Awesome With Phrygian DominantSound Awesome With Phrygian Dominant
00:12:40October 4, 2016, 3:11 am
Sound Awesome With Phrygian Dominant

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The phrygian dominant scale has a haunting and tense quality that can really add an "exotic" touch to your music, both in terms of melody and harmony.

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In this lesson we explore phrygian dominant, starting with its ingredients and then moving on to its application in harmony and melody.

By training your ear to the phrygian sound, as I encourage you to do in this lesson, you'll know when to pull it out of the bag for your lead playing.

Continue your exploration of this wonderful scale on my lesson page, where you'll find backing tracks, diagrams and all the good stuff...

Guitar Chord Domination - Triad HarmonizationGuitar Chord Domination - Triad Harmonization
00:06:36March 20, 2014, 2:14 pm
Guitar Chord Domination - Triad Harmonization

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This lesson does two things:

It gives you full horizonatal coverage of the guitar fretboard in any given key (we use A major as an example) using economical, three-string triad shapes.

It also shows you how chords are intrinsically connected to a scale and key, by visualizing the scale pattern underneath your triad shapes. This is known as scale harmonization.

By seeing the fretboard in this way, you'll be able to create more dynamic melodic expression with your chord playing and add in embellishments from the scale wherever you are on the neck.

This is your first practical step in combining melody and harmony - a convergence that many guitarists fail to see.

It'll also allow you to explore the fretboard more intuitively and freely, using your ears to pick out melodies that exist through your chord movements. This is a powerful skill to develop as a musician because you'll no longer just hear chords in disconnected "blocks" - you'll start to hear a naturally flowing melody through the chord changes.

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Play Sweeter Blues Solos With MixolydianPlay Sweeter Blues Solos With Mixolydian
00:09:08July 17, 2017, 12:38 pm
Play Sweeter Blues Solos With Mixolydian

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Mixolydian is one easy way to merge major and minor pentatonic and can give your blues guitar licks a real sweetness.

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In this lesson, I take you through the Mixolydian scale in a blues context, focusing on 1 chord phrasing to begin.

We look at the most important tones in the scale, how to use them and how to "colour" them melodically.

Finally, we extend the pattern to cover a wider area of the neck and practice moving between positions smoothly.

All in all, this is the perfect guitar lesson for anyone who knows a bit about the blues, but is looking for a more sophisticated sound for their solos.

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The CAGED SYSTEM explainedThe CAGED SYSTEM explained
00:09:14September 22, 2013, 6:20 pm
The CAGED SYSTEM explained

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In this video, I explain what the all-important CAGED System is all about. The CAGED System is the key to finding your way around the fretboard.

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Taking CAGED To The Next Level - Major Chord Coloring

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In this lesson we build on our knowledge of the CAGED system to create more colourful chords.

By freeing up our fingers from the bass root of those familiar chord shapes, we can focus on extending and colouring the basic major chords for accompaniment.

So this is as much about economising our chord fingering as it is playing more expressive, rich and flowing harmony up and down the neck.

How To Use The Dorian Mode - Playing With Modes #2

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This video is part of our modal series. Today we are going to discuss the Dorian mode, one of the most useful for styles like blues, funk and rock.

The Dorian mode belongs to the minor box. In this case, we are going to use the CAGED system to find our scale shape. As we've been doing we are going to sing our ideas so we don't get constrained by licks and automatic playing.

One of the advantages of this position we are using is the hidden minor pentatonic that is in it. This allows us to use our minor pentatonic licks and add the two extra notes from the Dorian mode.

We can also use the pentatonics from the Phrygian mode and Aeolian mode and a cool sweepable arpeggio on the 12th fret.

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Neck Dominating & Speed Building Guitar Scale Runs

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Learning scale patterns gives you a roadmap for your solos. But knowing how to navigate the larger patterns fluidly and musically is a completely different skill.

In this lesson I show you how to use these larger scale patterns to build speed and fluidity in your movements across the fretboard, by applying economical fingerings to help you break out of those constricting "3 notes per string" patterns.

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We look at both creating drawn out run sequences and combining runs with more articulated phrases.

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Amazing Triad Tricks anyone can playAmazing Triad Tricks anyone can play
00:14:46January 30, 2017, 7:45 pm
Amazing Triad Tricks anyone can play

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FREE video lesson and eBook on bar chord techniques, bar chord changing tips, plus tons of exercises to get your bar chords launched to the stratosphere Free video lesson and eBook on chord changing and fret hand techniques that will blast your chord changing into the stratosphere! Included are tons of killer exercises too! Click for a FREE eBook & video lesson where you will learn all kinds of soloing devices, scales, tips, and tricks to dress up your scales and lead guitar playing. You will also receive a killer brand new Next Level Guitar Lead Guitar eBook with tons of lead lessons, scale diagrams, soloing strategies and much more - all for FREE from Next Level Guitar. - check out our recently re-designed full on video instructional website at - its a structured curriculum for all level players and all styles of music - FREE 3-day all access site pass on the home page - so check out the site and give it a good test drive - enjoy!

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Changing Pentatonic Scale in Minor Keys - What Happens?

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Learn how changing pentatonic scale over minor key progressions can open up your musical options for playing melodic guitar solos.

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In this lesson, I show you an alternative to playing the same minor pentatonic scale over a chord progression.

By changing pentatonic scales with the chords, we can connect to those chords more musically and expand our phrasing options.

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Fun Modal Ear Training - Finally Hear The Difference Between Modes

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Modes can be understood in theory, which is often overly complicated. But if you want to be able to improvise and accompany 90% of music out there, modal ear training is the way to go.

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Most songs and compositions are, whether intentionally or not, part of a modal system (or a combination of modes - we'll look more at modal interchange later).

By training your ear to pick out movements of harmony that invoke a mode's flavour, you'll know where to put your fingers to play along. Plus, you'll discover new sounds that can inspire more interesting major and minor key songwriting.

In this lesson, I take you through a very simple (and fun) way of exploring each of these modal flavours, starting with modes of the major scale - the most common keys in music.

By playing modes in parallel (that is, on the same root), you can really hear their distinctive sounds. Each mode has its own unique feel, and the process I show you in this lesson is the best way of internalising that.

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Spread Triad Practicing On The GuitarSpread Triad Practicing On The Guitar
00:28:51January 21, 2018, 4:48 pm
Spread Triad Practicing On The Guitar

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Triad Chords Grip - Easy Guitar Chords - Stage 5 Guitar Lesson [IM-151]

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A Better Way to Learn Major Pentatonic on GuitarA Better Way to Learn Major Pentatonic on Guitar
00:11:33October 21, 2015, 3:34 pm
A Better Way to Learn Major Pentatonic on Guitar

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Major pentatonic is probably the most commonly used major key scale, so it's a good place to begin with scales.

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But even if you're already familiar with the scale, this lesson will go further than simply showing you fingering patterns. It shows you how to apply the scale musically and intuitively.

The process outlined in this video and on the lesson page will help you to develop your improvisation and composition skills, so you'll know how to make music with the scale instead of wandering up and down aimlessly.

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Guitar Scale Phrasing - Part 2 - ChromaticismGuitar Scale Phrasing - Part 2 - Chromaticism
00:07:16February 10, 2012, 10:17 am
Guitar Scale Phrasing - Part 2 - Chromaticism

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Learn how to incorporate chromatic, passing tones into your guitar solos to add more colour, building on the scale phrasing essentials from part 1.

Chromaticism is about using tones that lie outside the scale as part of your phrasing. Knowing how to use these tones effectively will add more variation to your soloing options.

How to Solo Over Chord Changes - 3 Step ApproachHow to Solo Over Chord Changes - 3 Step Approach
00:12:32October 5, 2013, 6:45 am
How to Solo Over Chord Changes - 3 Step Approach

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This lesson covers 3 approaches to learning how to solo over chord changes, by using chord shapes, arpeggios and scales as the scaffolding for your soloing phrases.

When building your phrases, chord tones can be used as safe target notes and help give your scale movements a sense of purpose and direction. The approaches in this lesson focus on different ways to locate these chord tones on the fretboard.

Think of it like connecting the dots. With the chord tones firmly in your mind for each chord in the progression, you'll have that visual point of reference during your solo, so you're less likely to get lost or wander aimlessly through a scale.

If scales are the road map, chord tones can be seen as the destinations and "checkpoints" during your journey.

Your improvisation skills will also have the grounding they need, allowing you to explore the fretboard freely, while at the same time having those safe points (chord tones) to retreat to and keep your solos connected to the chord progression.

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Borrowed Chords - How To Spot & Switch ScalesBorrowed Chords - How To Spot & Switch Scales
00:11:29August 22, 2018, 6:02 am
Borrowed Chords - How To Spot & Switch Scales

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This lesson covers a concept that many would consider advanced. But I've tried to explain it as simply as possible.

Borrowed chords occur in music all the time, whether intentionally or not. In this lesson we discover where these chords are "borrowed" from, and what makes them work.

By understanding where these common "outside" chords come from, you'll know when to change scale for your solo.

But you'll also have some new ideas for writing your own chord progressions that are a little less predictable than those confined to the natural key.

Major 7th Arpeggios Are More Versatile Than You Think

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In this lesson we explore major 7th arpeggios on guitar. But as you'll discover, maj7 arpeggios are far more versatile than many realise.

After covering the basics, I take you through the concept of playing arpeggios in relative positions.

That means playing the arp on a root other than the chord root.

For example, we can play a Cmaj7 arpeggio over Am. Plus many other relative positions.

I'll explain how and why this works.

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Exploring The Guitar Neck In 6ths - Simple & Beautiful

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6ths are just one way of harmonising notes on guitar.

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In this lesson I take you through an interval that is used in both a lead and rhythm context.

6ths can be visualised like any chord shape and, as I'll show you, you can use familiar chord shapes (such as those learned using the CAGED method) to "extract" 6th forms.

6ths have a naturally pleasing harmony against chords because of how the interval is structured. So you'll find it easy to create good music by using this interval.

I show you how to find a starting point for your 6th phrases and we'll explore different ways in which 6ths can be used to complement any chord or chord progression.

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5 MUST KNOW tips for your acoustic playing!5 MUST KNOW tips for your acoustic playing!
00:10:27January 15, 2019, 6:57 am
5 MUST KNOW tips for your acoustic playing!

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Soloing Over Chord Changes on Guitar - Part 1Soloing Over Chord Changes on Guitar - Part 1
00:11:34September 13, 2012, 7:48 am
Soloing Over Chord Changes on Guitar - Part 1

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Soloing over chord changes can seem a daunting task, especially if the changes are frequent and unconventional.

But we have to start somewhere. The key thing is to break it all down into the smallest practical steps possible. That's what I aim to help you do throughout this series of lessons. By the end of the series you should have a clear process in your mind for soloing over any sequence of chords that may be thrown at you.

In this lesson we learn about the two main types of chord change you're likely to solo over and the concept of note selection within a scale. We then move on to building simple phrases over 2 chords - C major and F major (the 1 and 4 chords of C major).

This Triad Guitar Trick Will Change Everything!

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In this video we are going to talk about arpeggios, but not in the typical way.

From a major scale we can extract different chords, arpeggios, shapes, modes, etc. In this case we are going to work with two kinds of triads the major and the minor.
This arpeggio uses the C CAGED shape for the major and minor triads and you can sweep it for that shreddy feel

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Soloing School: Triads Into Melodies And Improvising Over Chords

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Lead Guitar Lesson - Arpeggios, Scales and Transposition - Advanced Soloing Made Easy

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Advanced lead guitar soloing techniques made easy with guitarist and educator Rob Swift. In this lesson we will explore how basic ideas can be transposed across three different keys, allowing a lead guitarist to perform melodic phrases across a basic 1.4.5 progression in Dmaj. The use of arpeggios to outline the common tones found without the chord is made into a powerful concept, as we add neighboring tones found within the major (ionian) scale. Let's get started!
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Turn 3 Guitar Scales into 21 in the Shortest Time - Method 1

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There are a lot of scales out there! This lesson shows you the most efficient way to accomplish that all important first step - learning the roadmap for 21 of the most commonly used scales.

Whether you want to play rock, metal, jazz or traditional styles, these 21 scales will give you a broad palette of sounds with which to experiment, compose and improvise.

The truth is, you only need to learn 3 core patterns, 3 roadmaps, to cover these 21 scales. I show you the process to connect these 3 "parent" patterns to 18 additional scales.

For the complete picture, visit the lesson page, where you can download my 55 page e-book The Ultimate Roadmap, which brings everything together into a simple step by step process...