Tommaso Zillio

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August-September 2017

The basis of all lyric writing - you may know one or two of these, but even then you need to practice the third one.

June-July 2017

Tommaso explores the Harry Potter inspired "wizards only" theory of talent,

June-July 2017

Is there any real benefit to learning more than one scale system? Here`s one opinion to consider.

April-May 2017

One of the oldest concepts in the book, adapted for modern rock guitar playing.

April-May 2017

Why do people still use the CAGED system? Here are some answers.

February-March 2017

Why you need to stop dividing your fretboard in 5 today.

February-March 2017

Discover how learning scales actually fosters creativity.

December-January 2016

Integrating scales and arpeggios mechanically.

October-November 2016

Scales are important to learn, but most instructors have put them emphasis on learning them by heart and simply playing them up and down.

August-September 2016

Examining the problems of CAGED starting from the effect on your picking hand.

June-July 2016

The octave pattern is not as user-friendly for learning to play the notes on a fretboard as many teachers would like players to think.

April-May 2016

It isn`t difficult to learn to study theory the correct way. It can actually be easier and more fun than you expect.

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Tommaso Zillio is a professional prog rock/metal guitarist and composer based in Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Tommaso is currently working on an instrumental CD, and an instructional series on fretboard visualization and exotic scales. He is your go-to guy for any and all music theory-related questions.

Tommaso Zillio

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