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Exploring triads on guitar (e-book)

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About this book This book contains a lot of information about triads and how to play/use them on the guitar. I started to explore this topic one and a half year ago, and I feel I have only scratched the… Continue Reading →

Short videos about music theory

I am thinking about creating a series of short videos about the basics of music theory. By giving practical tips and examples I will show you how you can benefit from theory as a guitarist. You don’t need to be… Continue Reading →

Seventh chords – best practice routine

What are mixed inversion practice tables? Please have a look at the image below first, to see what a “mixed inversion practice table” looks like. I have attached a PDF file with seven of those tables. One for each tone… Continue Reading →

The importance of a good practice routine

A look into the mirror Before you start reading this post, I want you to answer the following question for yourself: What did you practice yesterday? To be honest, I have to admit that the nature of my personality tends… Continue Reading →

Opening new musical doors with the IFR method

In search of the holy grail I’ve been playing the guitar since I was a teenager. Ever since then I’ve felt the urge to freely improvise. Despite a lot of practicing and playing, I have never found a way to… Continue Reading →

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