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    Guitar KnowledgeNet is a free service for musicians interested in music theory. While this site is primarily intended for guitarists, piano players, bassists, and other musicians may also find a lot of the content interesting and helpful.

    http://www.guitarknowledgenet.com/

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    Added: After checking out this site, I find it quite useful... Worth checking

  2. #22

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    http://www.tuckandpatti.com/tuckscorner.shtml

    A site which the author features his views on picking, etc, etc... Check it out...

    His excerpts...
    But recently I've made a commitment to sacrifice some of the novel reading time in order to document guitar playing in general, my guitar style, our engineering approaches and whatever else it turns out I'm qualified to discuss. Particularly with my guitar style, I realize that it is unusual, largely undocumented and very difficult to figure out from listening or even watching because of its complexity and all the textural details. I've had a lot of trouble figuring my own playing out after the fact myself, such as for the Hot Licks video, so I sympathize. A lot of people have generously helped me along the way, so it only makes sense to pass it along

  3. #23

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    heres a music theory site i found.

    http://www.guitarchordsmagic.com/
    GEAR:
    Jackson RX10D Rhoads MIJ
    Line 6 POD XT Live

  4. #24

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    some lessons on scales and stuff matthias ia eklundh from freak kitchen..recently found it..

    http://www.freakguitar.com/scales.html

    short and sweet, i think in a way its easy to understand.

    enjoy!
    GEAR:
    Jackson RX10D Rhoads MIJ
    Line 6 POD XT Live

  5. #25

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    Learn solo guitar playing by watching onscreen animated fretboard.
    A solo guitar site offering F R E E solo guitar transcriptions software of masters such as Joe Pass, Martin taylor, Geoge Benson, Ted Greene,and many other solo jazz guitar arrangements.
    The material is presented in software form where an animated guitar fretboard is shown, no music notation/TAB reading required.
    Learning fingerstyle solo guitar has never been easier.

    www.LickByNeck.com

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    Sorry for digging this up, but Soloing and Harmonization links are dead i think, I clicked but it just shows a white screen with soft.com.sg, any help?

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    the links are dead

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