Electric Guitar Playing

Importance of electric guitar tone

2021-03-10T13:38:18+00:00

Matching The Song You Want To Play Have you ever sat down to practice one of your favourite songs on the electric guitar, but found that although you were playing the correct notes and chords in time, it just didn’t sound like the original? One reason for this could be that your tone isn’t matching to the song. So what is guitar tone anyway? Guitar tone is the sound or timbre of the guitar which could mean the effects that are being used, what pickup selection is being used, is it played with a plectrum or fingerpicked, and many other factors. [...]

Importance of electric guitar tone2021-03-10T13:38:18+00:00

How to start your electric guitar education in London

2020-07-02T10:02:00+01:00

If you are reading this article, it is surely because you have an earnest wish to start playing and you are contemplating the idea of taking some electric guitar lessons in London. This idea of playing the electric guitar has probably been in your mind for several months or even years, but it has sadly not come to completion yet. As adults, we are all so busy with work and various personal obligations, that it is often incredibly challenging to find the time to dedicate to what is truly in our hearts. If your deepest dream is to play the electric [...]

How to start your electric guitar education in London2020-07-02T10:02:00+01:00

The Phrygian dominant scale

2021-03-02T11:58:40+00:00

Phygrian Dominant Mode - Phrygian Major Third The top 10 scales of many guitarists including Yngwie Malmsteen One of the most fascinating scales that we as guitarists love to play is the Phygrian major third mode. It's a classic scale that is featured on various rock metal and flamenco records (amongst others). It's a favourite scale of Yngwie Malmsteen and various other guitarists. What makes the Phrygian Major Third? The Phrygian major third mode is a scale that finds its origins in either the third mode of the major scale or the 5th mode of the relative minor key. (Using harmonic [...]

The Phrygian dominant scale2021-03-02T11:58:40+00:00
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