Tapping Guitar Lessons
You know what I am talking about. If you came here hoping to learn how to tap amateurishly, then you will be disappointed. My tapping guitar lessons will not turn you into one of those players that taps arbitrary notes. You don't need lessons to tap that way. My guitar lessons will take you from tapping basics, then proceed to some pretty advanced territory where you will learn to construct harmonically intricate tapping patterns, thereby enabling you to truly use tapping masterfully!
In this tapping guitar lesson we don't waste anytime, as we get into some interesting musical territory right from the start, using triad arpeggios as an example.
|Tapping - Major Triad on One String Guest Visitor Access||Medium|
|In this exercise we will take a look at how to tap major arpeggios as a way to use finger tapping in a musically meaningful way.|
|Tapping - Minor Triad on One String||Medium|
|In this tapping exercise, we continue our study of using triad arpeggios for tapping melodically, this time focusing on a Minor Triad.|
|Tapping - Diminished Triad on One String||Medium|
|In this exercise we look at yet another triad type - the diminished triad - as a way to take a musically interesting approach to tapping.|
|Tapping Triad Arpeggios - Putting it Together||Hard|
|This is the last exercise in my introductory tapping guitar lesson, where we use the knowledge from the previous exercises to come up with an interesting tapping passage.|