This month’s Guitar Accelerator Song of the Month is a popular fiddle tune called “Devil’s Dream”. This piece sounds great on guitar and is fun to play too. I’ve specifically arranged it to improve your pinkie strength.
This piece also uses string skipping, alternate picking, hammer-ons and pull-offs.
In this month’s Guitar Accelerator Song of the Month, we will look at a fun beginner to intermediate piece that will improve your alternate picking and string skipping technique.
In this month’s Guitar Accelerator Song of the Month, we will look at a reel called “Goodbye Sweetheart”. This is good intermediate guitar technique piece.
This piece will improve your string skipping and alternate picking.
A Look at Chords in the Kumoi Scale
Now it’s time to dig deeper into the Kumoi scale and look at some ways it can be used in guitar solos.
There are many different ways to determine the chords that a scale can be used with. We will use one of the simpler ways.
In this tutorial we will look at two good ways to practice the Kumoi scale. This will help you to improve your guitar technique and also give you some melodic patterns you can use in your solos.
To wrap up this 3-part series, we will look at three additional tips that will help you to learn the guitar on your own.
You’ve decided it’s time to learn to play guitar. You’ve put it off for long enough.
Now that you are ready, the big question you have is: “what’s the best way to learn guitar on your own?”
The good news is there are many effective ways to learn guitar on your own. The bad news is there are many, many ways that you can waste your valuable time.