Archive Monthly Archives: February 2010

Borrowed Chords (Secondary Dominant)

A nice introduction to borrowed chords even though it’s on a piano. ๐Ÿ™‚
Borrowed chords often refer to using chords from the relative minor key but it’s often used to indicate chords that aren’t in the current key. The main idea is to approach the G chord with it’s dominant chord (up a fifth interval) which is D7. This is known as a secondary dominant. Note the progression Am D7 G C follows the cycle of fifths!

Blues Guitar Soloing Lesson

Tired of pentatonics? I show you how to use the smooth movement of chord tones to spice up your blues soloing. Originally for my Facebook fans at http://bit.ly/OnlineGuitarCoaching

Multi finger tapped blues sequence

For more shred check out these other shred lessons by Michael Angelo Batio.

For more shred check out these other shred lessons by Michael Angelo Batio.