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Lessons and Tips

The Constant Strumming Technique with Nate Savage

Wed, April 4th, 2012
As guitar players strumming is our bread and butter. Having said that, there are a several simple things that we can do to make our strumming sound like a million bucks. more
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What is the Most Common Chord Progression in the World? with Shawn Persinger

Wed, April 4th, 2012
  The Ubiquitous I V vi IV Chord Progression.       more
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Latin Guitar Grooves with Wayne Johnson

Fri, March 23rd, 2012
I’m excited to share one of my favorite guitar-playing techniques: a Latin rhythm fingerstyle pattern with percussive effects. more
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Rhythm Changes (Evolution)

Thu, March 22nd, 2012
Here's a lesson I wrote while teaching my Swing Guitar class at Guitar Intensives Camp last year. more
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Slowly But Surely

Wed, February 15th, 2012
Becoming a great guitar player requires serious dedication, but with busy lives, most of us don’t have enough time. Don’t be discouraged. more
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Triplet Strumming Pattern with Nate Savage

Mon, February 6th, 2012
In the past few lessons we have taken a look at some ways to polish up your strumming and make it more expressive. more
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Celtic Style Strumming Pattern with Nate Savage

Fri, February 3rd, 2012
I am part Irish but I am not a hardcore “Celtic Style Guitarist” by any stretch of the imagination. more

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