22 Exercises Found
In this exercise you will play a Major Scale in 3 octaves by using a unique, repeating pattern that lends itself to visualization.In Guitar Lesson: Major Scale and Modes in 3 Octaves
In this exercise we take a look at the last of the basic triad types - the Augmented Triad - which has a very unique sound that should find its way into your playing soon!In Guitar Lesson: Unlocking Triads Throughout the Fretboard, Across 5 Strings
In this exercise, we will use what we learned about 7th arpeggios from the previous exercises to come up with a musically interesting arpeggio progression.In Guitar Lesson: Seventh Arpeggios - Cool Sounding Patterns on Two Strings
In this exercise, we take a look at a Major 7th arpeggio on two strings and see how we can easily extend the shape to play a Major 9th arpeggio.In Guitar Lesson: Adding Extensions to 2 String Maj7 Arpeggio - Great way to add some color!
In this exercise you will learn all about Diminished Triads and hopefully will find ways to use them in your own playing.In Guitar Lesson: Unlocking Triads Throughout the Fretboard, Across 5 Strings
We continue studying triad arpeggios in this exercise, by looking at a Minor Triad across 5 strings.In Guitar Lesson: Unlocking Triads Throughout the Fretboard, Across 5 Strings
In this exercise, you will see one way to play a Major Scale across 6 strings, which will be the basis for a lot of future scale exercises that you will see on this site.In Guitar Lesson: Major Scale (and an explanation of modes!)
In this alternate picking exercise, we will wrap up our basic alternate picking lesson with a not so basic exercise that reinforces what you practiced in this lesson with a very musical example.In Guitar Lesson: Alternate Picking - Absolute Basics!