Improving Chord Changes

Improving Chord Changes

Well it has been a while since the last post but we have a few great guest posts coming up and lots happening over here at TMTG. Thank you also to the new subscribers, great to have you on board!   Today we are really going to focus on improving chord changes. This is...
My Favourite Teaching Phrases

My Favourite Teaching Phrases

In this week’s post I’m collating my top 5 phrases I say to students generally anywhere from beginner to early intermediate. Why? Well in lessons I’m frequently saying these as they are vital to fundamental technique, and so for practice at home it’s great to be...
Approaching Scales

Approaching Scales

Hello Readers! In this blog so far we have talked a bit about scales, both with the Importance of Learning Scales and also with a Focused Scales Practice Session.   I now want to look at approaching learning these scales so you can get the most out of them.   One...
Approaching Chords

Approaching Chords

A short while ago I did a 5 part blog series on the theory of chords, which you can check out here.   Part 1 – Triads Part 2 – Add chords, slash chords, diminished and augmented Part 3 – 7th Chords Part 4 – Complex Chords Part 5 – Chords...
How To Practice Without Your Guitar

How To Practice Without Your Guitar

Whether you’re a professional or hobby guitarist, you’re likely to spend hours a day when you can’t physically play a guitar. This may be because you’re working, driving, at the gym, fighting a bear etc. A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about...