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Disecting Scales #3
Okies, Now you know how to find modes and intervals of scale, and how to use the intervals to find safe chords for the scale, but let's try it with Harmonization.
Theory/Reference · Expert · 2591 Hits · 5.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 4/1/2002
 
Sweeping The Floor
A very fast 64th sweep in Gmaj with a catch Try to speed it up to 120bpm if you like thats where it starts to impress the general guitaring fraternity. No distortion and start SLOW ensuring you dont play it sloppy!.Enjoy
Theory/Reference · Expert · 2378 Hits · 5.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 2/3/2002
 
Simple Exercise
This is something many players, including myself have used as a warm up but ideas from this may be used in songs.
Classical · Expert · 1948 Hits · 5.00/5 (1 rating) · Last modified: 7/5/2005
 
Random Thoughts
By Cengiz E. nalan (me ;)
Classical · Expert · 2930 Hits · 4.91/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 2/18/2006
 
Aguado-Rondo In,Am
Goodluck! [Made alot of Left hand changes to make it easier]
Classical · Expert · 41458 Hits · 4.89/5 (117 ratings) · Last modified: 3/13/2005
 
Polyrhythmic Acoustic Technique
Polyrhythms reside in the world of chaos, disorder, and insanity. Heres a cool piece that combines that nonsense with some nice melodies and chord changes. Very weird, very pretty. This lesson also teaches, in detail, how to perform 5:4.
Experimental · Expert · 21461 Hits · 4.89/5 (18 ratings) · Last modified: 12/29/2006
 
Pavane For A Dead Princess
Beutifal song i cant beleive its not on here already.... If anyone wants the rest of the song on here message me.
Classical · Expert · 5183 Hits · 4.83/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 7/5/2004
 
Paganini's 24th Caprice Variation IV
Part V of a XIV part lesson on Paganini's 24th Caprice.
Classical · Expert · 7912 Hits · 4.80/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 11/23/2001
 
Mozart's Sonata In C Maj For Two Guitars
I certainly love classical. This is one that is easy as hell on a piano but tough as nails on the guitar(s). A great-sounding duet. No fingerpicking necessary :)
Classical · Expert · 7063 Hits · 4.67/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 1/10/2004
 
Joe Satriani's Warm-Up
Here is a riff that I learned from a guy who learned it from Satriani himself. It's sort of tricky at first, but after a while you'll figure it out.
Experimental · Expert · 5290 Hits · 4.67/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 11/25/2003
 
Paganini's 24th Caprice Var V
Paganini continued
Classical · Expert · 3842 Hits · 4.67/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 9/3/2004
 
HARMONIZED SCALE - Van Epps Style #1
Treating a Scale as a Chord Solo.
Jazz · Expert · 17392 Hits · 4.62/5 (21 ratings) · Last modified: 6/11/2004
 
Flight Of The Bumble-Bee
The classic piece composed by russian composer Rimsky-Korsakov arranged for guitar.
Metal · Expert · 50560 Hits · 4.62/5 (88 ratings) · Last modified: 10/15/2000
 
Paganini's 24th Caprice Variation II
Pt III of a XIV part lesson on Paganini's 24th Caprice.
Classical · Expert · 6728 Hits · 4.60/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 11/10/2001
 
Recuerdos De La Alhambra- Tarrega
Fransisco Tarrega's AMAZING tremolo piece. A guitar masterpiece. If you play classical guitar, and if you think your good enough, learn to play this one; it's definately worth the effort. Check it out!
Classical · Expert · 20993 Hits · 4.59/5 (68 ratings) · Last modified: 10/25/2001
 
Caprice 16 By Paganini
One of Paganinis caprices arranged for guitar. Fast and challenging but also full of melodic ideas like arpeggios&chromatics&pedal tones.
Metal · Expert · 40083 Hits · 4.59/5 (58 ratings) · Last modified: 10/16/2000
 
Arpeggios By Engel Oded.. ;)
Hm... i was just playing the guitar while look whats happened? i create a perfect arpeggio part! :) created by me! :P DATE: 1.6.2007
Metal · Expert · 3864 Hits · 4.58/5 (12 ratings) · Last modified: 6/1/2007
 
String Alternating Piece
Learning this may be difficult but may develop your less practiced skills. This is for the classical guitar.
Classical · Expert · 2124 Hits · 4.50/5 (2 ratings) · Last modified: 8/3/2004
 
Arpeggios For Speed
Excellent for building speed and accuracy
Metal · Expert · 32185 Hits · 4.47/5 (47 ratings) · Last modified: 4/26/2001
 
Asturias
20. Asturias (#10151)
by Ondrej Trubac (232)
Good piece for practising tremolos, thumb precision and left hand stretching. Don't be scared of playing like Paco De Lucia, it is not so difficult as it sounds.
Classical · Expert · 9189 Hits · 4.46/5 (13 ratings) · Last modified: 9/3/2005
 
Difinitive Bluegrass Lick
A lifetime of bluegrass study in 6 measures.
Bluegrass · Expert · 12940 Hits · 4.45/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 1/13/2006
 
Am Latin Jam
A jam using the natural Aminor scale.
World · Expert · 9641 Hits · 4.45/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 3/2/2004
 
Albert Lee Type Licks
Here are a few licks in a style similar to that of the great Tele-Master, Albert Lee. There's a nice double-stop run, and plenty of room for twangin'.
Country · Expert · 197988 Hits · 4.42/5 (297 ratings) · Last modified: 8/27/1999
 
Asturia (from 'Suite Espanola' Op.47)
A good little classical piece for anyone looking to improve their finger-picking talents.
Classical · Expert · 10428 Hits · 4.40/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 7/21/2005
 
Blues Intervallic Lick
Something more odd to go with your normal blueslicks.
Blues · Expert · 8020 Hits · 4.40/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 8/30/2002
 
Sweep Picking Frenzy
Check out these intersesting fingerings for sweeping. Hey Rance!
Metal · Expert · 3676 Hits · 4.25/5 (8 ratings) · Last modified: 5/13/2002
 
Eric Johnson-type Licks
Here are a few licks in the style of Eric Johnson. There's some emphasis on the way he skips strings at high velocity, and his incredible sense of timing.
Rock/Pop · Expert · 265693 Hits · 4.24/5 (304 ratings) · Last modified: 5/13/1999
 
Advanced Sweeping
This lesson will make you more accurate will beef up your left hand coordination.
Metal · Expert · 36737 Hits · 4.15/5 (46 ratings) · Last modified: 5/13/2002
 
JS[]BACH[]BWV[]784
AWESOME!
Classical · Expert · 3026 Hits · 4.14/5 (7 ratings) · Last modified: 11/10/2004
 
Paganini's 24th Caprice Variation III
Part VI of a XIV part lesson on Paganini's 24th Caprice.
Classical · Expert · 5718 Hits · 4.11/5 (9 ratings) · Last modified: 11/14/2001
 
Solo-style Exercise
This solo-style exercise will improve your right hand and left hand skills by using speed and accuracy.
Classical · Expert · 2546 Hits · 4.00/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 8/21/2004
 
Jason Becker Arp Sweep
Jason Becker Arpeggio Sweep
Metal · Expert · 4070 Hits · 4.00/5 (2 ratings) · Last modified: 11/18/2004
 
Classical Piece In E Major
This is a short piece in the key of E major played on the classical guitar.
Classical · Expert · 2394 Hits · 4.00/5 (1 rating) · Last modified: 7/30/2004
 
ARPEGGIOS FROM HELL
SATRIANI/VAI Arpeggios from HELL!! :)
Rock/Pop · Expert · 44232 Hits · 3.93/5 (30 ratings) · Last modified: 4/2/2001
 
Another Sweeping Lick
This sweeping lick adds some tapping... Check it out!
Metal · Expert · 10523 Hits · 3.93/5 (14 ratings) · Last modified: 5/14/2002
 
Paganini's 24th Caprice Var. I
Second Part of a fourteen part lesson on Paganini's 24th Caprice.
Classical · Expert · 8180 Hits · 3.91/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 10/29/2001
 
Amazing Finger Style Peice
This is the finger style piece that Jason Becker plays in the song AIR. If you haven't heard this before, check it out. It's a beautiful piece.
Classical · Expert · 8425 Hits · 3.80/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 7/20/2005
 
Brief Arpeggio Solo
I just threw together a few arpeggios here, both so I can test out this lesson builder and so you could possibly get some new ideas or learn more about playing arpeggios.
Classical · Expert · 4214 Hits · 3.80/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 9/17/2003
 
Frantic Sweeping
Lots of notes crammed in a bar - more than amble to train up your dainty little fingers. A little sweeping exercise keeps the stress away. :P A cool warm up for the speed monsters anyway. :>
Metal · Expert · 41880 Hits · 3.79/5 (100 ratings) · Last modified: 7/14/1999
 
Becoming Non-Generic
This lesson will show how to take a different approach when it comes to soloing over a progression. It will give you ideas to not have that generic sound, and creating a different sounding solo, that is impressive.
Experimental · Expert · 4033 Hits · 3.67/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 12/7/2004