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Learn how to play the blues scale for an electric guitar solo in this free online music lesson video. Expert: John Armstrong Bio: John Armstrong has been teaching guitar at Keller Music for over 15 years now. He has played with countless musicians over the years, and in bands ranging from classical ensembles to rock groups. Filmmaker: Jason Sager
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In this free guitarmann.com Electric Series video lesson, you will learn one of the best finger warm up exercises for playing solos on the electric guitar. When you master this scale, you will be ready to conquer scales that you can use in soloing. This scale will strengthen your fingers and provide the flexibility you need to shred.
cool stuff to do based off the A string root run. from a live guitar lesson
www.leadguitarzero2hero.com The Electric Guitar is an incredibly expressive instrument. In the following videos you will learn various articulation techniques like Hammer Ons, Pull Offs, Slides and String Bending. To learn acoustic guitar visit www.rhythmguitarzero2hero.com