Category Archives: Guitar Talk

Arpeggio Inversions

Hey Everyone! In the past few blogs I have been discussing various arpeggio exercises in order to gain more knowledge about how the notes on the fretboard are connected and also to master the fretboard. In this blog I would … Continue reading

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The Greatest Lessons That Changed My Life

This past week I was doing some spring cleaning and I came upon some old notes given to me from a few lessons I took from a very famous jazz teacher in the late 1980’s here in NYC.  I won’t … Continue reading

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Six Note Three Octave Major Scale Exercise

As you can tell from my previous blogs, learning and knowing the fretboard to the best of ones ability is of the utmost importance to me as a guitarist and something I stress to all of my guitar students. How … Continue reading

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Cool Major and Minor Scale Exercises

Hey everyone. In my last two blogs for Guitarworld.com, I discussed arpeggios and how to incorporate them into your playing to learn the fretboard and add some color to your leads. In this blog I would like to discuss some … Continue reading

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Fun with Arpeggios

Hey Everyone… In this blog I would like to discuss one of my favorite exercises to learn the fretboard and add a little mojo to your lead playing. Before we begin, let me define what an arpeggio is. An arpeggio … Continue reading

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