Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including the power of positivity, detectives, and more…
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including the Hirajoshi scale, getting organised, and more.
Getting a good routine where you can enjoy your guitar playing relaxed and happy is key, and maybe this story can help you find a way to develop a more positive approach to your practice time.
In the 1890s, a scientist called Pavlov decided to test out an interesting little theory on dogs.
He took the dogs’ food and wanted to see if their dinner would make them salivate.
For this week’s blog post, we are looking at lead guitar, and more specifically the minor pentatonic scale. Everyone including acoustic guitarists will benefit from learning the minor pentatonic scale – it’s so useful.
I don’t know about you, but when I see those books and courses titled something like ‘Learn 256 blues licks’ or ‘Play 99 country rock lead licks’ or something, I get a bit annoyed. Not because those books and courses aren’t good, I’m sure they are, but because who really needs to learn a 100 licks. I mean really, c’mon. How many of those licks do most players actually use?