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In this lesson Robert Johnston covers the 3rd octave of the blues scale - learn the stretch back and improve your chops!

SMG Guitar Lesson #26: Blues Scale in the Third Octave Position

In this lesson Robert Johnston covers the 3rd octave of the blues scale – learn the stretch back and improve your chops!

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Intervals are the key to unlocking your inner guitar god. But if you want to master this most important aspect of guitar playing, you'll need to make sure that you're...

SMG Guitar Lesson #25: How Intervals Relate to Blues Scales

Intervals are the key to unlocking your inner guitar god. But if you want to master this most important aspect of guitar playing, you’ll need to make sure that you’re…

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Oscar Jordan sat down with guitarist/instructor Mark Wein at this years Winter NAMM Show 2012 about targeting notes rather than playing scales. Watch the video below for more information from Mark about how you can play the guitar like a horn player and isolate the notes rather than just running scales.

NAMM 2012: Mark Wein Guitar Lesson with Oscar Jordan

Oscar Jordan sat down with guitarist/instructor Mark Wein at this years Winter NAMM Show 2012 about targeting notes rather than playing scales. Watch the video below for more information from Mark about how you can play the guitar like a horn player and isolate the notes rather than just running scales.

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Clapton is God, was written in graffiti on walls for a time in the mid to late 1960s in England, and he has always been looked at as a great guitarist. When I hear his music I hear the whole of the experience, and know that he has constantly surrounded himself with other great musicians.

Musician Profile: Stevie is God!

Clapton is God, was written in graffiti on walls for a time in the mid to late 1960s in England, and he has always been looked at as a great guitarist. When I hear his music I hear the whole of the experience, and know that he has constantly surrounded himself with other great musicians.

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The Fender American Standard Series Jazz Bass has a classic feel to it in that it does not feel like a modern bass. The Alder body gives this bass really nice tone and sustain. The neck is graphite-reinforced and has rolled edges for a broken-in feel. You have you choice of Rosewood or a maple fret board on this model which feels comfortable and are semi fast.

SMG REVIEW: The Fender American Standard Series Jazz Bass

The Fender American Standard Series Jazz Bass has a classic feel to it in that it does not feel like a modern bass. The Alder body gives this bass really nice tone and sustain. The neck is graphite-reinforced and has rolled edges for a broken-in feel. You have you choice of Rosewood or a maple […]

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