October 1, 2019

Metal Message

Before the internet Doug was showing up in mailboxes every month with his original newsletter. It was packed with great advice for guitarists and metal heads. Sign up here and get the complete original “Metal Message” PDF sent to your inbox right now!
September 24, 2019

Improvisation Series – Part 3

This is super fun, and doing it is going to give you something that you really want, it will give you an amazing sense of accomplishment, it will amaze any audience and will become something awesome that you can practice any time of day.
September 24, 2019

Guitar: Why Do Some Fail to Make Progress?

Why do some guitarists fail to make progress even after hours of practice and dedication?
September 10, 2019

Improvisation Series – Part 2

Okay, let's get right into it.  This week's exercise is simple.  You're going to spend time every day doing nothing but improvising on an open position E-minor scale with absolutely no accompaniment.   But this won't be noodling around.  You'll actually be playing a solo improvisation.
August 27, 2019

Improvisation Series – Part 1

I've decided to put together a series here on a method that will help you to truly master improvisation on the guitar.  I spoke a bit about this method in a previous e-mail and it seemed like it was a subject a lot of you are especially interested in.  It's possible I might make a lesson or course on this method later, but this series will be entirely free.
August 15, 2019

Krokus Riff – Free Lesson

Learn this great intro riff from "Out of Control" by Krokus!
August 12, 2019

Arpeggios for Rock Guitar – Free Lesson

Just learning a few simple arpeggios and how to use them can make a huge difference in your musicianship and confidence on your instrument. Get started for free with this lesson from "Arpeggios for Rock Guitar"!
August 6, 2019

What is Holding You Back?

You've taken the lessons, you've studied the materials, you've put the practice time in... but you're not where you want to be. Why? If you wish to progress and be successful, you must know what you're trying to do, model what works, and you must maintain your focus to that end.