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Reggae & Ska: Life On The Upbeat
In this lesson we'll look at some reggae and ska guitar styles with a little help from the soulful wisdom of Bob Marley. Reggae is upbeat, and I hope you are as well.
Reggae · Beginner · 428344 Hits · 4.45/5 (367 ratings) · Last modified: 6/20/2000
 
Country Matters
Why not put a bit of country flavor into your playing? This lesson will give you some ideas that will jump start the country soul that lives within the neck of your guitar.
Country · Beginner · 250601 Hits · 4.62/5 (211 ratings) · Last modified: 10/17/2000
 
Power Chord Basics I
Here's a look at the basics of power chords and some examples of how you can make them work for you. Empower yourself!
Rock/Pop · Beginner · 71175 Hits · 4.23/5 (77 ratings) · Last modified: 1/30/2000
 
Power Chord Basics II
Covers right hand muting in combination with power chords, mixing single notes, and adding in hammer-ons.
Rock/Pop · Beginner · 64271 Hits · 4.50/5 (52 ratings) · Last modified: 1/30/2000
 
Major Pentatonics: A Moving Lesson
The ever elusive Pentatonic Scale lives in many habitats: rock, blues, country... Perhaps this lesson can break down some of the mystery with some moving examples!
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 62214 Hits · 4.65/5 (48 ratings) · Last modified: 4/30/2000
 
Minor Pentatonic Scales: Major Fun
This a continuing discussion of Pentatonic Scales, dealing specifically with the Minor Pentatonic Scale and ways in which you can incorporate it into your playing today.
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 53678 Hits · 4.60/5 (42 ratings) · Last modified: 5/9/2000
 
Classic Double Stops: 3rds & 6ths
No matter what style of music you play, at some point you will definitely spend some quality time with double stops. As simple as they are classic, these excellent little intervals can spice up all kinds of playing with their timeless, eclectic cool.
Basics · Intermediate · 48800 Hits · 4.73/5 (66 ratings) · Last modified: 5/9/2000