Tommaso Zillio

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February-March 2013
Tommaso Zillio

Let`s have a look at some of the problems that may prevent you and many other blues players from realizing their musical potential.

April-May 2013
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Are you playing too much? Well, it may be that you are not using enough pentatonic scales in your soloing!

June-July 2013
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There is a simple way to learn music theory (more than one in fact).

August-September 2013
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The CAGED system as is commonly taught has a number of problems that prevent you to reach your full potential.

December-January 2013
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You might think that the pentatonic scale is just an easy scale but with no depth - well, you are wrong.

February-March 2014
Tommaso Zillio

A lot has been written on Blues soloing, but preciously little on creative Blues rhythm playing. Don`t get caught playing the usual three power chords.

April-May 2014
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Wrapping your mind around the old "cowboy chords" but have no idea where to go from there? Here is a simple concept helping you break free and stimulating creativity.

June-July 2014
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Knowing all the notes on your fretboard is more useful and simpler than you think. Read here how.

August-September 2014
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See how one of the least exciting concepts in music theory can actually help you create awesome licks.

October-November 2014
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How to breathe new life in your licks and prepare for real-life playing at the same time.

December-January 2014
Tommaso Zillio

Dealing with blues songs featuring incredibly complicated chord changes can be easier than you think.

April-May 2015
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If your guitar heroes use a lot of "wrong" notes and make them sound "right" (and you can`t), here`s how to do it.

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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.

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