Guitar Lessons by Gary Murphy

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The Three Most Important Scale Patterns
This lesson covers the Mixolydian Mode, the Minor Pentatonic Scale, and the Major Pentatonic Scale in five keys at the fifth fret. My hope is to help you create licks for the three most common types of chords: Major, Minor, and Dominant 7ths.
Theory/Reference · Intermediate · 137115 Hits · 4.67/5 (54 ratings) · Last modified: 2/19/2004
Keeping Up With The Changes
Most guitar players tend to enjoy playing songs with slow chord changes. Certain styles of music, like Western Swing, Jazz, and Hymns, tend to change chords quickly. This lesson shows you an easy way to keep up with all the changes.
Theory/Reference · Intermediate · 29549 Hits · 4.56/5 (9 ratings) · Last modified: 12/23/2004