Category: Guitar Exercises
Guitar Exercises: Unlocking Power Of The Technique Triangle
Guitar Exercises Hub on FretDojo:Trying to find the best guitar exercises to use for a warm-up? Finding it a struggle to change chords fluently? Constantly mis-hitting notes when playing scales? Maybe you want to learn some cool fingerstyle guitar techniques? If...
ULTIMATE Fingerstyle Guitar Exercises for All Guitar Styles
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In this episode I’m going to show you the ultimate fast path to building fingerstyle guitar technique with these three handy fingerpicking exercises for guitar. These 3 simple fingerstyle guitar exercises will quickly enable to develop your fingerpicking accuracy and speed on guitar, regardless of what style of guitar you like to play! Whether you like to play jazz, rock, pop, classical or country, you’ll find this lesson useful. I’ll also show you the core principles of good fingertstyle technique to set you up for success and so you avoid injuries when it comes to fingerstyle guitar.
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Jazz Guitar Warmup: (Almost) Slurred Scale Exercise
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In this FretDojo episode we’re going to cover a very cool jazz guitar warmup which I call the ‘Almost Slurred Scale Exercise’ – a multilayered exercise to work out your speed, phrasing, position shifting, slurs and more – and also help get those creative juices flowing for your jazz guitar practice session. Enjoy!
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Building your GUITAR SPEED – Fast Tips
In this video, you’re going to learn the roadmap to building speed on guitar. When you want to build a fine motor skill like developing guitar speed you need to have a strategy and a consistent approach - and this video will show you how. You’ll find out the answers...
8 Steps to Slaying The Speed Demon: Speed Picking Secrets for Jazz Guitar with Stuart King
As you can see in the lesson video below, I’m pretty excited today. There’s a good reason for this: I was lucky to pin down my good friend and virtuoso guitarist Stuart King to record a lesson on how jazz guitarists can build their speed picking. Why did I pick...
Fingerstyle Tutorial: The 6 Essential Fingerpicking Exercises You Need To Know
In this fingerstyle tutorial you’ll learn the essential fingerpicking exercises you need to know in order to play most of the solos and arrangements from the great fingerstyle jazz guitarists, such as Lenny Breau, Joe Pass and Ted Greene.Although this article is...
Left Hand Guitar Technique: 5 Core Principles
No matter what level you are at in your guitar playing, it is always really helpful to go back to the core fundamentals of playing when you want to advance. Huge improvements in speed, ease of playing, and musical expression can be gained simply by making some tweaks...
How to Play the Travis Fingerpicking Pattern
In this episode, I cover how to play the Travis fingerpicking pattern in detail. This is one of the most common guitar fingerstyle patterns to learn, and features in many classic songs such as Dust In The Wind by Kansas. Funny enough the guitar part for this song was...
Guitar Technique Builder: Spider Exercise
In this episode, I show you how to the infamous spider exercise on guitar, one of the best left hand technique builders I’ve come across. It’s one of those exercises that is very efficient to practice as it works on a lot of aspects of left hand technique...
Hammer-ons and Pull-offs: a complete guide
I’m very excited to put these videos out where I share my knowledge of guitar techniques and styles. This episode covers how to do the hammer-on and pull-off techniques on guitar effortlessly, and includes some exercises to give you a way forward in improving this...