How To Make Killer Guitar Solo Licks While Improvising With Little Effort

To be a great guitar improviser, you’ll need to play ideas that: – Integrate smoothly with other musical ideas in your solo – Express everything you want them to express Many guitarists can’t improvise well because they only try to play fast rather than play with excellent musical phrasing… Generally, their fingers move so fast… Continue reading How To Make Killer Guitar Solo Licks While Improvising With Little Effort

What to Expect From Your First Jazz Guitar Lesson

As an expert jazz guitar teacher, I’ve helped students around the world develop their talent as guitar players. Throughout my career, I’ve run into a common theme among people who want to learn how to play jazz-guitar-fear of the unknown. So, I thought I’d break down the barriers that are potentially holding you back with… Continue reading What to Expect From Your First Jazz Guitar Lesson

How To Create A Flourishing Guitar Teaching Business

To create a flourishing guitar teaching business, you’ve got to do the following: 1. Transform prospects into new students every month of the year. 2. Use the most effective guitar teaching models. 3. Keep your students for several years or more. 4. Help your students become amazing guitar players. 5. Develop the ability to think… Continue reading How To Create A Flourishing Guitar Teaching Business

Five Approaches For Making Guitar Arpeggios Sound Incredible (Even If You Can’t Play Fast Yet)

You can transform any guitar arpeggio from boring to awesome without playing it super fast. To do it, you just need to use creative exercises that make the pattern sound musically expressive. 1. Add A Break Into Your Arpeggio If you simply repeat the same arpeggio up and down over and over it will eventually… Continue reading Five Approaches For Making Guitar Arpeggios Sound Incredible (Even If You Can’t Play Fast Yet)