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.
Looking for a great guitar piece that will improve your alternate picking, sweep picking, hammer-ons and pull-offs, as well as your fret-hand stretching? This month’s featured song is the perfect technique builder for the intermediate to advanced guitar player.
In today’s tutorial we will look at a fun and challenging J. S. Bach piece that will help kick your lead guitar playing up a notch or two.
Want to play better guitar? Whether you play country, rock, folk, blues, or jazz, here’s a fun song that sounds great on guitar and will help improve your overall guitar technique. This piece, called the “City of Savannah Hornpipe”, covers … Continue reading
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Have you ever wanted to play those spine-tingling lines that sound super-smooth and oh-so fluid?
The key to playing those super-smooth, spine-tingling passages is to master hammer-ons and pull-offs.
Today we will look at how to perform hammer-ons and pull-offs and a great foundation hammer-on and pull-off exercise.