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Increasing Guitar Speed With Correct Guitar Picking Technique And Alternate Picking

Increasing Guitar Speed With Correct Guitar Picking Technique And Alternate Picking Remember to subscribe for more free lessons – just click the button below! Learning correct guitar picking technique will allow you to increase the speed of your guitar playing much faster. The way that you hold the pick, how you move the pick, or […]

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Use This Trick To Break Out Of Pentatonic Scale Boxes On Guitar

Use This Trick To Break Out Of Pentatonic Scale Boxes On Guitar Free DownloadsBreak Out Of Pentatonic Scale BoxesIf you cannot view this PDF file, download the latest free version of Adobe Reader here  DOWNLOAD THE REFERENCE MATERIAL  Remember to subscribe for more free lessons – just click the button below! Do you find when you […]

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Backing Track – Rock Ballad In D

Backing Track – Rock Ballad In D Rock ballad guitar backing track in D Major. Use this rock guitar backing track to play along using the D Major scale. The D Major scale is also called the D Ionian mode. The chord progression for this backing track is: | G | Em | D | D | […]

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Backing Track – Rock In G

Backing Track – Rock In G Rock guitar backing track in G. Use this high energy rock guitar backing track to play along using the G major scale (G Ionian mode). The chords are: | C | Em | D | D | For all these chords you can play the G major scale. Grab the PDF below. […]

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Backing Track – Ballad Style In Eb Major

Backing Track – Ballad Style In Eb Major Rock ballad backing track in Eb major. Use this backing track to play along using the Eb major scale (Eb Ionian mode). The chords are in three sections: Section 1| Abadd9 | Abadd9 | Ebadd9 | Ebadd9 | x2 Section 2| Cm Bb/D | Ebadd9 | x2 Section 3| Ab | […]

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Backing Track – Rock In A

Backing Track – Rock In A Rock backing track in A. This guitar backing track is a great one for you to practice your A minor pentatonic licks to, and really rock out to! This is a straight ahead rock progression, the chords are: ||: A5 | A5 | A5 | A5 | D5 | G5 :|| You […]

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