Mike Campese

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June-July 2012

Building on the last two columns, Mike wraps up the series with a G minor arpeggio progression.

April-May 2012

Building on the last column, Mike adds more examples here, building on his previous sweeping columns.

February-March 2012

Mike gets a little more detailed here, building on his previous sweeping columns.

December-January 2011

Here is the main guitar line from Campese`s version of this holiday classic, as featured on his Christmas album.

October-November 2011

If you are familiar with pentatonic scales, this may be a great way to get into modal playing.

August-September 2011

You`ve grouped in fives; now add two, and we`ll group in sevens.

June-July 2011

Mike is back to take your scales up to a whole new level.

April-May 2011

Mike is focusing on the Japanese Hirajoshi scale in this lesson on exotic scales.

February-March 2011

Just when you thought all arpeggio topics had been covered, Mike`s back with triad arpeggio practice ideas.

December-January 2010

Mike Campese serves up a holiday treat - his take on the Grinch`s theme song.

October-November 2010

Mike Campese returns to revisit more ideas for the Phrygian Dominant scale.

August-September 2010

Mike Campese is back with more ideas he used on his "Electric City" CD.

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Mike Campese is an all-around music performer, session artist and teacher competent in many musical styles, electric and acoustic. He has studied at G.I.T. (Honors Graduate), and with Paul Gilbert, Norman Brown, Stanley Jordan, Scott Henderson and Keith Wyatt.

Mike Campese: Chapters

His latest CD is entitled "Chapters", brand new for 2016.

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