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If you are a guitar player who'd like to share licks, techniques, or just give a few tips to other guitarists who will share their techniques and their licks to, you are at the right place.

Exemple: That sweep is so cool...i'd like to show it to the world.

...Now, you can.


    By the way make a recording of yourself doing it and we can see who does it better. I love this site  y'all. 


    Hey guys, i have a great tip for anyone who is trying to play arpeggios.  Put your first finger on the first fret of the E string. Your second finger on the fourth fret of the A string.  Put your third finger on the fifth fret of the D string.  Put your pinky on the 7th fret of the G string. Start picking as fast as you can on the G string four times on the seventh fret and on the fifth time, scrape all the way up to the low E string. Pick 6 times and do it all over again. It's a dope riff.  

  • Dom D.

    If you really must (or are forced to) sit on the sofa and watch the slime box then do it with a guitar on your lap and noodle away. Also try and copy any of the advert jingles or program theme tunes, it's great for your ear training and will also make you play different and new scales and chords which you would never normally gravitate towards.

    Downside can be getting a bloody annoying jingle stuck in your head for days on end. 

  • Erik P.

    try building your own scales. it is quite interesting. i recently discovered how great it can sound. also builing wacky chords is cool too.

  • Erik P.

    who would like to discuss the apostrpphe album from a guitarists standpoint?

  • Erik P.

    try muting your strings with your right hand near the first fret and playing arpeggios made for sweeping without sweeping. very cool looking.

  • Manning B.

    I recently bought a dirt-cheap Chinese-made lap-steel. Playing a lap steel is great for guitarists, particularly if you are stuck in a rut, because it makes you think in completely different ways.

  • Saul

    Grab yur guitar upside down and play it. Lot of fun to practice that way.

  • Gabriel Côté

    Maj 7 sharp 11 ( 1 note per string ) arpeggios sounds great.

  • Gabriel Côté

    Try to play out of the tone, going back into it, going out, in, out, in , out, in...etc. It's good for the improvisation, gives a lot of ideas.