Tag: guitar exercises

Free Guitar Lessons San Francisco — Monday Exercise #5

This is the fifth and final installment in our series on rapidly improving our dexterity, strength, stamina, power, and musicality of our fingers to improve our guitar playing. So far we’ve gone over four easy, fast, and powerful exercises, and if…

Free Guitar Lessons San Francisco — Monday Exercise #4

The fourth “linear exercise” in our continuing series on rapidly improving our dexterity, strength, stamina, power, and musicality of our fingers to improve our guitar playing… Download the tablature for this exercise here: Guitar Finger Exercise #4 Tab This week’s pattern…

Free Guitar Lessons San Francisco — Monday Exercise #3

And now part three in our continuing series on rapidly improving our dexterity, strength, stamina, power, and musicality of our fingers to improve our guitar playing… Download the tablature for this exercise here: Guitar Finger Exercise #3 Tab By now, you’re…

Free Guitar Lessons San Francisco — Thursday Exercise #2: The Minor Pentatonic Scale, 2nd Position

(Continuing with where we started in the last Thursday Exercise, where we did the 1st position of the A minor pentatonic scale.) Here are the tabs for the 2nd position of the Am pentatonic scale: Am Pentatonic Guitar Scale, 2nd Position…

Free Guitar Lessons San Francisco — Monday Exercise #2

Here’s part two in our continuing series on rapidly improving our dexterity, strength, stamina, power, and musicality of our fingers to improve our guitar playing. Download the tablature for this exercise here: Guitar Finger Exercise #2 Tab This exercise will…

Free Guitar Lessons San Francisco — Monday Exercise #1

For our first Monday Exercise, we’re going to take a simple and easy exercise that countless guitarists have used to build dexterity, strength, stamina, and to quickly warm up the fingers. This type of exercise is sometimes called a chromatic…

Free Guitar Lessons San Francisco — Monday Exercises Intro

Starting today, each Monday I’ll be introducing a new, simple, and easy-to-follow exercise that you can do in just a few minutes or seconds to improve your guitar playing immediately. Check out the intro video below!