Nate's 'Play Better Guitar' Exercises!
Most musical compositions unfold four measures (or bars) at a time. In this way, one's ability to sense the passing of 'four-bars at a time' becomes one of the most important musical skills that each musician needs to develop, and this is especially true for those who plan to improvise. In this valuable exercise, we work together to master this musical sense that ultimately must be ingrained deep within a musician's unconscious mind. In addition to learning how to make skillful use of 'Four-Bar Phrases', this exercise is also going to helps us hone our ability to count rhythms, locate down-beats, locate up-beats, and more!
Learn To navigate the entire fretboard 'like a pro' using this fun, 'Tennessee Whiskey' inspired melody that fits right inside of the major-and-minor pentatonic scale!
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8 Bar Blues-Rock!
This is a simple and 'fun to play' exercise that highlights two of the most common scale positions as well as our musical ability to move smoothly 'back and forth' between 'chords and single notes' as well as 'eighth and sixteenth note' rhythms. This is a fun little composition that also helps us to learn and grow a lot! Plus, the backing track (all by itself) is simply a blast to jam with!
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Plus, Click On The Image Below For Scale Exercises, Fretboard Navigation & More!