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Guitar Lessons

GUITAR LESSONS TOTALY FREE !!!! Yep, no sign up, no fees, no notin' ! Just browse through the categories and enjoy all the lessons that I have collected for You.

If You think that you actually can use some of the stuff that I have listed here and feel you have to do a good deed, then just go over to the Picksnlicks main pages and order a Pick or two and you will keep this site up and running with your "donation" !

By the way.....if you are into speed picking and are in search of the "Perfect Pick" you should definitely give on of those Picks a try, you will be amazed by the smoothness of the Picks.


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Theory

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Buhhh..... some of you will say, why do I need theory ? It'll just mess up my flow, makes me think to much, kills the groove etc. Whatever guys ! If you strive to be a musician and not just a "guitar player" you have to learn the schmarn that comes with it. You will discover that there is only advantages that it will bring in your musical career. Whatsoever...you must know the basics, so get on it and learn the notes, chords and scales, MUCHO FUN !

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Videos

enter Videos of your favorite guitar players that I collected for you. they will show you licks and give you helpful tips for you to improve you play or to get started. Artists like Paul Gilbert, John Petrucci, Steve Vai or Michael Angelo will get your fingers in motion.

Exercises

Licks, Licks, Licks.........Practice, Practice, Practice !!!!!

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Library

  Music, like any subject, has its own terminology. At first the many terms that musicians use to describe music can seem daunting. But there is nothing mysterious about these terms; they merely use words to describe something we can all hear with a little bit of practice. This section will introduce you to the terms used most often to talk about music. All the terms are clearly defined and linked to other related terms.

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