Once again, I just happened upon this guy. Dan McNally is a de-tuned metal rhythm super hero. He posts at least a few newly recorded guitar/bass/drum tracks every week. His guitar tone is brutal, and his sense of rhythm is sickeningly good. Think of August Burns Red meets Meshuggah, and totally original.
Month: January 2020
It didn’t matter how many times I practiced it using the chromatic scale exercises with the metronome. My left and right hands just wouldn’t sync up, and I didn’t know why.That’s when I decided to go elsewhere for new exercises. Google lead me to Bur…
Here’s the thing about playing guitar. Its a perishable skill. That means it requires upkeep to maintain your skill level. Most of us know and understand that. That’s why we try to play every day. The trouble is…
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What is Intonation?
Intonation is the uniform distribution of notes along the fretboard. Each fret corresponds to a note. We set intonation to ensure that each fret’s note is as close to in tune as possible. It can be hard to grasp at first, but stick with me here.