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Picking up the guitar and shredding the fretboard might be one of the coolest things any guitarist can do.

But is it as easy as the greats like Eddie Van Halen, Marty Friedman, and Steve Vai make it seem?

In this lesson, we look at some secrets to shredding and how you can apply them to your skills on the electric guitar (or acoustic guitar) to make your playing stand out.

These fun guitar exercises are great for increasing your speed and maybe even your showmanship.

And don’t worry, you don’t need to be an expert or even an intermediate-level guitar player to enjoy this lesson.

Also, please stick around until the end of this video, or click the link below to find out how you can get FREE LESSONS while giving kids the gift of music through the MusiCounts, Band Aid Program.

Since 1997, MusiCounts has awarded over $15 million for instruments, equipment, and resources to schools with underfunded music programs. In 2021 alone, their program has awarded $1 million to 95 schools across Canada.

Click here: www.guitareo.com/gift-of-music


0:00 – Intro
00:33 – Three Note Scales (Rethinking Notes and Strings)
03:52 – Economy Picking
05:51 – Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs
07:20 – Get Comfortable With Different Patterns
09:02 – Review
09:45 – Outro

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