This video and tablature lessons shows how to take several inversions of the G Minor 7 chord and easily make new chord types simply by moving one note in each fingering.
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This is an excellent series of exercises designed to give you the fastest results:
The G major to C major progression is one the most popular in all of music. It has the strong feeling of resolution you get when a chord built off of the 5th degree of the scale (dominant function) moves to a chord built off of the Root note of the scale (tonic function).
One of the best things about guitar is the ability to easily use guitar tablature (TAB) to quickly learn songs and licks.
This is a simple pattern that lets you explore the 3 note per string pentatonic patterns horizontally on one string using hammer-ons and pull-offs. To me it sounds like something that Dimebag or Zakk would play if they were lucky enough to be as uncool as I am.
77 Picking Exercises for Modern guitar, Part 15 - Extended Triplet Rotations
77 Picking Exercises for Modern guitar, Part 14 - 16th Note Triplets
An important part of modern rock guitar playing revolves around lines of aggressive 1/16th-note triplets.
77 Picking Exercises for Modern guitar, Part 13 - Arpeggios
Finally, here are ideas based on the 4-note arpeggios formed from each scale step. These are much more technically demanding, so go slowly and always use the correct picking.
77 Picking Exercises for Modern guitar, Part 12 - Triads
Now lets look at some three note patterns (Triads) with the A Major Scale
77 Picking Exercises for Modern guitar, Part 11 - 16th Note Scale Sequences
Here are several four note patterns with the A Major Scale.