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Christmas songs are not only fun to sing with friends and family, they’re great to work out on the guitar. There’s something comforting about sitting around the fireplace, having a glass of eggnog (OK maybe not that), and singing carols with friends and family. To help keep the guitar in your hands this holiday season,

Easy Christmas Songs – Guitar Chords, Tabs, and Lyrics from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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Today was a typical day for me as a guitar teacher. I woke up, drank my coffee, answered some emails and got ready to start my day in the studio teaching guitar. My first student was in Adelaide, Australia. We chatted about his day, his was ending as mine was beginning, and then dove into

The Virtual Studio – Guide To Teaching Guitar Online from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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The augmented scale is a symmetrical melodic device that is used to outline a maj7#5 sound in your guitar solos. Used mostly by jazz and fusion guitarists, this scale brings tension to your solos as you apply this hexatonic shape to major family chords. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to build the augmented scale,

Augmented Scale – Symmetrical Guitar Shapes and Licks from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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As I entered into the second year of my doctoral studies at the University of Illinois, it came time to choose a topic for my dissertation. After brainstorming, deciding, reconsidering, and starting from scratch many times on a topic of research, I had a long and important conversation with my friend Marc. During that conversation

Jazz Guitarist Johnny Smith Interview from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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The tritone scale is a symmetrical scale that’s used to solo over dominant 7th chords when you want to bring out a 7alt sound in your solos. Built by playing two major triads a tritone apart, this scale creates a 7#11,b9 sound when applied to any 7th chords on guitar. In this lesson, you learn

Tritone Scale – Guitar Patterns, Chords, and Licks from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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The chromatic scale is one of the scales that every guitarist has heard of, but that many are unsure how to apply to their playing. This scale is an effective tool for learning the fretboard while building technique at the same time. Building chops and fretboard knowledge are the two main reasons why you study this scale,

Chromatic Scale – Guitar Fingerings, Exercises, and Tab from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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Harmonic minor is an essential scale that is used to outline minor chords in your solos when you want to bring a m7b6 or mMaj7 sound to your playing. One of the three big scales in modern music, alongside major and melodic minor, harmonic minor is heard in jazz, fusion, metal, and other musical genres. Though

Harmonic Minor Scale – Guitar Positions, Formula, and Licks from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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Aeolian is the sixth mode of the major scale, which means it’s the same as playing a C major scale from A to A. This mode is used to solo over minor chords when you want to bring out the b6 (b13) interval, such as Am, Am7, Am7(b6), etc. Aeolian also commonly referred to as

Natural Minor Scale – Aeolian Guitar Fingerings, Chords, and Licks from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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You might not know this scale on guitar, but if you’ve ever seen a dream sequence in a movie, you’ve heard the whole tone scale. Used to solo over 7th chords when you want to highlight the #4 and #5 notes, this 6-note scale is built with whole tone intervals, hence the name. Though you

Whole Tone Scale – Examples, Chords, and Tab from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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The Phrygian mode is used when you want to bring a Spanish vibe to your guitar solos, especially over m7 and 7alt chords. The third mode of the major scale, Phrygian creates a b9 sound, which creates a sense of tension and release in your solos. In this lesson, you learn how to build Phrygian, solo

Phrygian Mode – Guitar Fingerings, Patterns, and Chords from MATT WARNOCK GUITAR

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