Guitar Lessons by Frederick Burton

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Beginning Funk Rhythms
Develope good right/left hand coordination to funk up your playing.
Funk/R&B · Beginner · 260389 Hits · 3.57/5 (281 ratings) · Last modified: 4/26/2000
 
2-Note Blues
By orders of the Blue master himself, Jim B, here's some mo Blues!
Blues · Intermediate · 182778 Hits · 3.64/5 (169 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
How to Practice
Everything done should be done everywhere on the fretboard...............
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 161593 Hits · 3.80/5 (139 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Substitution Rules
Learning some of the rules of chord substitution can save one a lot of time and headaches. Maybe it can get you chicks as well.
Jazz · Advanced · 62981 Hits · 4.65/5 (26 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Bebop Scales
Flowing solos with the assistance of one note!
Jazz · Intermediate · 48908 Hits · 4.14/5 (35 ratings) · Last modified: 4/19/2000
 
Blues Scales and its Modes
Here's a way to get out of the blues "box" syndrome.......
Blues · Beginner · 46039 Hits · 4.38/5 (45 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Building Speed
Speed Burnnnnnnssssss. Take a walk on the wild side and hopefully your hands can keep up.
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 43623 Hits · 3.79/5 (29 ratings) · Last modified: 3/11/2000
 
Quartal Harmony
Started in the 60's, this approach to chords helped to redefine popular music and its sound
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 34464 Hits · 4.14/5 (22 ratings) · Last modified: 3/13/2000
 
Warming Up
A lesson that should be viewed and practiced by all.
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 34258 Hits · 5.00/5 (8 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Cadences
A cool lesson for those who wish to dive into the world of song-writing....
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 30506 Hits · 4.44/5 (16 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Blues Form
A guide to different forms of that great American music form......The Blues!
Jazz · Intermediate · 29174 Hits · 4.75/5 (16 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Practicing Scales
Here's a few methods that will aid you in mastering all scales.
Theory/Reference · Beginner · 28883 Hits · 4.17/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Workin' on your Rhythms
Pretty cool way to work and familiarized yourself on your rhythms.
Theory/Reference · Intermediate · 28202 Hits · 4.15/5 (13 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Walking with Chords
Learning to walk can set you off on adventures only imagined.
Jazz · Advanced · 27718 Hits · 4.15/5 (13 ratings) · Last modified: 3/11/2000
 
Jazz Melodic Formulas
The tip of the iceberg at what makes a jazz improvised solo "sing".
Jazz · Advanced · 25390 Hits · 3.64/5 (14 ratings) · Last modified: 3/30/2000
 
Connecting the Scales
Let's get from point a to point b by connecting scales.
Jazz · Intermediate · 23320 Hits · 4.21/5 (14 ratings) · Last modified: 3/11/2000
 
Learning thy Turnarounds
Used in all forms of western music, (jazz, blues, pop), the "turnaround" is what gets us from point A to point B.
Theory/Reference · Intermediate · 22627 Hits · 4.88/5 (8 ratings) · Last modified: 3/11/2000
 
Minor Scale Choices For The Improviser
Part three of the installment of scales over chords.
Jazz · Intermediate · 20912 Hits · 4.14/5 (7 ratings) · Last modified: 7/8/2000
 
Harmonic Minor: almost forgotten scale
In Improvisation, the Harmonic minor is oftened overlooked and misjudeged. To add spice and tension to your playing give this unique scale a look at.
Jazz · Intermediate · 20804 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000
 
Legato and Left hand playing
If you're left hand is sagging, lazy and out of shape. Then prepare- YOU MAGGOT!!!
Basics · Beginner · 20274 Hits · 4.50/5 (12 ratings) · Last modified: 3/10/2000