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  • Tom Quayle Superlocrian Lick

    Thu 11 Dec 2014 | Levi Clay | Comments
    Coming from the melodic minor scale, the superlocrian scale can be called mode 7, so if we take the notes of A melodic minor (ABCDEF#G#) and begin on the 7th (G#) then you would have the notes of G# superlocrian. The question is, how is this of u...

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  • Three Note Per String Pentatonics

    Thu 11 Dec 2014 | Levi Clay | Comments
    In this short lesson we're going to talk about the history of technique driven guitar playing by looking at the rise of the 3 note per string pentatonic scale. As the name would suggest, the 3 note per string fingerings of the pentatonic scal...

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  • Andre Nieri - Brazilian Fusion Mini Lesson

    Fri 5 Dec 2014 | Levi Clay | Comments
    After the success of our last blog post, it seemed like a good idea to bring you another, so here we have a little idea from Guitar Idol winner, Andre Nieri. Andre stands out from the pack as a player because of his ability to blend in his ri...

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  • Cameron Allen - Diminished Scale Mini Lesson

    Mon 1 Dec 2014 | Levi Clay | Comments
    Today we're going to dig into the world of the diminished scale and end with a lick from the incredible Cameron Allen. Now I'm sure you've heard the term "diminished" before, you may have even played a diminished chord or ar...

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