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I've been using many of the exercises and concepts in your Pentatonic Power book with my own students on a day-to-day basis for about the last year with exceptional results. These new ideas are absolutely no exception. Shoot, there were some great exercises and concepts in there that I had not thought of myself! This is clearly an outstanding way for anyone to learn to be a better lead guitar player, one of the absolute best I've seen so far (and you know I've seen them all.)
Griff Hamlin http://www.playingthroughtheblues.com
- Changing Keys
This video lesson demonstrates the importance of knowing the five fingerings of the major scale.Read More»
- Major Scale Constellations
This 175 page e-book details the importance of the major scale. You will be learning the major scale and the crucial shapes that are contained inside the scale. These visual shapes help unlock the fretboard and give you access to some key elements that will make soloing easier.Read More»
- Theme And Variations
One of the questions that get asked most often is...“I’ve learned a scale or a few scales, now what?”Read More»
- Lessons From Freebird
This guitar lesson demonstrates how to take licks from your favorite music and use them in your own playing. The examples in this video are taken from the Lynyrd Skynyrd Freebird solo.Read More»
- Like JA Again Part 6 The Solos
Here are three solos demonstrating the ideas presented throughout the course.Read More»
- Like JA Again Part 5 - More Arpeggios
This section picks up where part 4 left with more applications of the arpeggio shapes. The shapes are the same but now they are applied to the F7 and G7 Chords.Read More»
- Like JA Again Part 4 Arpeggios
This section cover the arpeggios shapes used in the course. It also shows them applied to the C7 chord.Read More»
- Like JA Part 3
This section covers the use and application of the voicings from the last section over various chord combinations. Nothing new, just applying what you know in a new way.Read More»
- Like JA Again…Part 2
Here are the next series of videos from the Like JA course…Read More»