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Two-Handed Tapping 1
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In this first of a two part series you'll learn single finger tapping ideas with arpeggios, sliding, string bending, pentatonic scales, diatonic scales, pedal points, and tapping harmonics.

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Two-Handed Tapping 2
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In this second of a two part series you'll learn playing independent ideas with left and right hands, fast legato shred lines, percussive tapping, jazzy bass lines with independent chords tapped on top and acoustic banging and tapping harmonics.

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Tapping: Level 3
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In this tutorial, I will teach you how to tap harmonics, and we will work on three fairly advanced tapping examples over backing tracks. At the end of the tutorial, I included slower versions of the backing tracks that gradually increase in tempo, so you can take your time and build speed.

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Tapping: Level 2
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In this tutorial consisting of 9 lessons, I will get you started with learning your fretboard horizontally, so you know what notes to pick for your tapping licks. We'll start with scales and then move to arpeggios. As usual, there are 4 examples with backing tracks so you can put theory into practice.

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Tapping: Level 1
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This tutorial will be very beginner friendly. Over the course of seven lessons I will teach you the basic tapping technique, and we'll practice it over a few backing tracks. Let's go!

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Tapping: Level 4
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In this tutorial, we will leave triad arpeggios behind for a bit, and focus on licks where the notes are closer together, as well as tap sliding.

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T-Bone Walker
T-Bone Shuffle (Made Easy) T-Bone Walker
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Caren will show a simplified version of this classic old blues tune. Originally recorded in A-flat, this tutorial will teach the song by bumping it up a 1/2 step today for ease of playing. Whether you're jamming with our GT backing tracks, or with your friends, this one will get your toe tapping.

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Van Halen Artist Study
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Dave will show you the signature licks and tricks including two VH inspired mini-songs and a stand alone guitar solo, fast boogie rhythms, two hand tapping, a solo using the MXR Phase 90, hybrid picking, and palm muting triads.

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Touch Technique 2
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Here I'll be teaching you some more essentials on touch technique in the style of Stanley Jordan. I'll be talking briefly about touch tapping, then we'll work from the beginning up to some more advanced techniques and ideas in four parts. At the end we'll put it all together into a classical style song.

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Connecting Pentatonic Patterns: Series 4
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In this tutorial we will learn to connect the 5 pentatonic patterns using tapping technique. This is another tutorial in the overall series of connecting pentatonic patterns in rock style lead guitar.

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Essential Shred Licks II
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Just like the first tutorial in this series, this one is packed with really good examples of patterns and techniques used by some of the fastest players in the world. We will cover tapping, legato, and alternate picking.

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Winger
Headed For A Heartbreak Winger
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In this set of 11 lessons, Michael Elsner guides you through the 80's rocker "Head For A Heartbreak" as made famous by Winger. This big hair tune features some straight-forward power chords, blended with some chords not common to hard rock. You'll learn all the twists and turn here to the chords in the verses, choruses, and bridge; you'll learn the rhythmic elements, and you'll also learn the two solos. The soloing here uses whammy bar and tapping techniques, and is a lot of fun to learn and play!

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Regi Wooten's Funkanomics
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This tutorial will scratch the surface of Wooten's most popular techniques that incorporate strumming, tapping, slapping, thumping and picking with some very funky rhythmic applications. As a bonus, Wooten will even lay the guitar down and play it like a piano just to inspire your creativity. It's not as hard as you think!

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George Lynch Style Artist Study
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George Lynch has been called one of the most influential guitarists of his time. In this artist study we're going to look at some of the elements of his style: solo motifs, slide vibrato, resolving licks, pick tapping, and tone.

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Three Note Per String Shred Licks
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This tutorial was essentially inspired by many of the great shredders over the years, who have employed these licks so effectively. The overall purpose of it will be to learn how to cover the entire range of the neck of the guitar using 3 note per string-Shred/Speed style licks. All the licks in this set of lessons will be based in the A Aeolian Mode (A Natural Minor scale). The tutorial is labeled as an "Advanced" level group of lessons...But honestly if you slow them down and take your time & practice them carefully, they should work well for building the technique of nearly any level player. Much like my "Basic Tapping" tutorial...I will be constantly working to add new lessons to this group.

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Stanley Jordan Style Touch Technique
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Are you curious about touch and tapping on guitar? This unusual technique can produce some beautiful, distinct sounding chords and melodies. In this tutorial, HP Kruesi will delve into this fascinating approach in the style of Stanley Jordan using both your left and right hands on the neck. HP will get you started by showing you the basics, put the technique into use in the context of jazz and blues styles, and some exercises.

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