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Building on the last two columns, Mike wraps up the series with a G minor arpeggio progression.
Having the ability to record your guitar parts very quickly and efficiently in the studio will maximize your music career opportunities.
Virtuoso classical guitarist and instructor Jamie Andreas teaches you that practicing one thing affects everything else we play, for good or for bad.
Michael Knight has a 4-note diminished scale for you to add to your repertoire.
Here is a technique used by the pros to adjust a guitar neck for proper intonation.
Indie marketing guru Tim Sweeney helps you get more fans to your shows when sending event invitations through Facebook.