Learn Drop D Tuning

Alternate tunings are one of the quickest ways to open new worlds on your guitar. Drop D is one of the most widely used alternate tunings, and as a bonus it’s also quite easy to understand. Get started with Drop D Alternate tunings can open up all kinds of cool new possibilities on guitar, but…

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Steve Stine Helps You Understand the Modes

Steve Stine gets a lot of questions about modes, what they are and how to actually use them when you play. To most guitarists, modes are the annoying theory we have to learn but have no idea what to do with. In this video Steve hopes he can shed some light on the ideas behind…

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This 1 Practice Tip Will Have a HUGE Impact on Your Playing.

Here is a great video lesson from Jim Deeming where he discusses how you can optimize your guitar practice time and develop good time management.  The video is a bit long (25 minutes) but Jim has some really insightful tips to help you get the most out of the guitar practice time that you have…

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“Help, I’m stuck and can’t get out of the pentatonic box”

We, at Six String Madness get asked this question a lot … QUESTION: “How do I break out of the pentatonic box scale patterns. I’m stuck and can’t get out!” MY ANSWER: This is a great question and a common problem … I have found that an easy way to cover more territory on the…

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Learning, Practicing, Memorizing- What’s the Difference?

A lot of times you might get confused by the terms “learning” guitar or “practicing” guitar… Because, in our little world, they aren’t really the same thing – and you’ll spend time doing both, but differently. Learning is when you’re doing something new – a new lick, a new idea, a new song, a new…

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This Simple Guitar Lick-Trick Makes You Sound Amazing…

Check out this guitar lesson from master guitar teacher Steve Stine where he has a killer new blues-rock lick idea that you can use right now to spice up your leads…     when you know a ton of sizzling hot rock licks, you can improvise great guitar solos. And… It feels amazing. Enjoy sinking your…

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HOT LICKS for Slide Guitar

In this guitar lesson video we have red-hot new slide-guitar lick from my buddy Rob Ashe’s  Slide Guitar Secrets course. This course will teach all the ins-and-outs of slide guitar for blues and rock… plus the secrets that most guys will never know. So, watch this video now… Watch video 2 now ⇐ See for…

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Play An Awesome Blues Guitar Solo With Only 3 Licks

In this free lesson from Steve Stine’s best selling 96 Blues Licks, he is going to show you how you can create a killer blues guitar solo with only 3 licks! Imagine what you can do with the remaining 93 licks from the course!! Be sure to check out the bonus section toward the end…

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Sometimes You Gotta Fake It

Have you ever had something you could almost play… but kept messing up in 1 spot? Or maybe out of a whole song, you can play 95% of it, but there are those few spots that trip you up that you just can’t quite play fast enough… Those times are when one of your most…

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Spice Up Your Boring Chord Progressions

Here is a great lesson from Guitar Tricks where you will learn how to spice up your boring chord progressions with some new techniques that will add new life to your standard chords.  You’ll learn some cool riffs in the style of Dave Matthews Band, Neil Young and others. Check it out!      …

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