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Chicago Blues Turnaround

Chicago Blues Guitar Fills

Creative Slash Chords for Pop Guitar

Walking bass lesson 3 – Jazz Blues

Walking Bassline Part Two: Dominant Chords

Walking Bass Line Introduction

Finger Style Blues Guitar

Blues Rhythm Guitar Welcome Offer

Brent Mason Country Guitar Licks

Fun First Tunes for New Guitar Players

Country Guitar Sting Bending

Major Pentatonic Drills and Exercises

Jazz Guitar Voicings and Inversions

Soloing School Lead Bonus Video Content

Funk Guitar Chords: Techniques

Chord Voicings and Extensions for Guitar

Single Note Funk Riffs

Chromatic Approach Note Patterns

Target Intervals in Jazz Blues Guitar

Drop 2 Voicing with Dominant 7 Chords

Key Changes with the CAGED System

The CAGED System with the Aeolian Mode

Rock Guitar Chords: Open Position

Power Chords on Guitar Lesson

The Mixolydian Mode: Essential Guitar Scales

The Dorian Mode Essential Guitar Scales

Playing Intervals on Guitar

Read Notes on Guitar: An Essential Guide

Read Rhythm on Guitar: An Essential Guide

Melodic Sequences on Guitar

Chords on Guitar – Play Essential Shapes

Target Chord I in Blues Guitar

Chord Extensions to Dominant 7 Chords

Chord Tones: Targeting Blues Guitar

Advanced Legato for Metal

Exotic Pentatonic Scales: Kumoi

Major Slash Chords – Video Guitar Lesson

The Basics of Minor ii V Soloing for Jazz Guitar

Hitting the Changes by Connecting Minor ii V Arpeggios

DADGAD Cascading Scales

DADGAD Tuning Open Chords

DADGAD Natural Harmonics – Video Guitar Lesson

How To Tune To DADGAD – Video Guitar Lesson

Jazz Guitar Chord Tone Soloing

The b9 Diminished Substitution in Jazz Guitar Soloing

Jazz Guitar Extended Arpeggios Soloing

Play Like Muse (Matt Bellamy) – Video Guitar Lesson

Acoustic Blues Guitar Rut Buster – Video Guitar Lesson

How to Practice Jazz Guitar – Wes Montgomery Guitar Blues Case Study

Drop D Rock Riffs

The great thing about the exercises is that there are enough of them…by that I mean than they lead you into more complex skills a step at a time. An analogy is when one is trying to learn a new piece, the idea is to break it down into smaller sections and then put the sections together. Alexander is a wizard at presenting meaningful bits that can be mastered and then built into something more complex.

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