Here are some videos to help you practice guitar exercises!

These “Play Along” videos are to help you practice each chord/arpeggio/scale/rhythm/progression and any other concept that I’ve talked about in my video lessons. They’re here to make sure that you hear what the chord/arpeggio/scale is suppose to sound like so that you know you’re practicing it correctly. The arpeggios and scales are played at 60bpm, 90bpm and 120bpm to give you some variety in tempos and always with the root note of D. Chords are always played in the position given, 5th fret or with the root note of D.

The progressions play alongs have just the chords on the first beat, so you can use any version of the chord and any rhythm along with it and also you know when you’re supposed to be at the next chord.

I have free video lessons on all these concepts, so if you need help refer to them on my “Free Lessons” page

Every diagram on each video is available as a free PDF download on my “PDF’s” page.

Click the top left corner of video to see every video in the playlist/series!


3rds Interval Exercise


4ths Interval Exercise


5ths Interval Exercise


6ths Interval Exercise


7ths Interval Exercise


Octaves Interval Exercise | 8ths


9ths Interval Exercise


10ths Interval Exercise


Numbered Finger Exercises


Octave Displacement Exercise


Advanced Arpeggio & Scale Exercise


Sting Skipping Finger Exercise


Diatonic Triads Scale Exercise

Diatonic 7th Arpeggio Scale Exercise

3 Note Scale Exercise

4 Note Scale Exercise

5 Note Scale Exercise

Different Ways To Work Through Interval Exercises

3 String Major Pentatonic Scale | Horizontal

3 String Major Scale | Horizontal

Circle Of Fourths Scale Exercise | Closest CAGED Shape

Horizontal 3rds | Single String Intervals

Diminished Chord Exercise

Pentatonic “4ths” Exercise

Pentatonic String Skipping Exercise

Advanced Scale and Arpeggio Exercise #2

Triad Exercise | Ascend I – Descend ii


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