Scales

Shredding with Single String Major Scales

Single String Scales¬† Single String Scales – Major Keys. Single string scales are highly overlooked when improvising, learning scales and creating solos. Yet they are highly effective for all 3. I wanted to shed some light on how to practice these scales so that you can improvise freely and perhaps in a new way that… Read more Shredding with Single String Major Scales

7 Reasons Why You Should Most Definitely Buy Guitar Pro

7 Reasons Why You Should Most Definitely Buy Guitar Pro

Guitar Pro Well, the title says it all. You can become a pro sounding player by using this AWESOME software. It’s got a nice clean, look to it and its super easy to use. Simply plug in some numbers on the screen and you have tab for your music. Its as simple as that. I… Read more 7 Reasons Why You Should Most Definitely Buy Guitar Pro

Scale Sequences Rundown – How to Efficiently Practice Scales

Guitar scale sequences. Lesson Notes. Practice one scale in 1 octave. Then you can move to 2 and perhaps even 3 by moving diagonally up to the 24th fret. Practice only one sequence and move it around to other scales you know. Connect the modes. Sequence 1. Double up each string. This means to play… Read more Scale Sequences Rundown – How to Efficiently Practice Scales

Michael Angelo Batio’s “Intermezzo” Album – Why It’s So Great

  Michael Angelo Batio’s “Intermezzo” I came onto Instrumental Metal not too long ago. But I must say that this album is one of the most impressive I’ve laid my ears on. MAB soars here with his melodies, riffs, shred licks…and an aggressiveness that begs for you to stand up and conquer life.¬† This review… Read more Michael Angelo Batio’s “Intermezzo” Album – Why It’s So Great