If a practice amp will not be cut for you, then here are some general tips that anyone can follow and find.
Would you like to play over any backing track regardless of knowing the key?
This is an article for those who are looking to get started on learning guitar or even those who have started but find they are really struggling because their guitar is not suitable for them.
Let's get started by looking at some of the most common questions I get asked about learning the guitar.
In this lesson, I'll show you how I play a simplified acoustic version of "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Learn how to troubleshoot and practice your guitar chords so that you can get easily get all the notes sounding clearly in any chord.
In this lesson you'll learn simple tips that help you control unwanted muscle tension in your body when you play guitar.
The guitar that you see here started life as a standars Aria stg, with just standard specification and the normal three single coil pickups to a standard strat wiring.
Now that you’ve got a basic hold on how to practice effectively, we’re going to move on to the licks and exercises for this week. We’ll start off with a couple of simple exercises to get you used to the tapping motion, and then I’ll give you six cool licks.
In this lesson, I'll show you how I play the song "This Land Is Your Land" by Woody Guthrie.
This time we’re going to discover five cool but deceptively easy riffs that any beginner should be able to get their fingers around.
In this lesson, I'll teach you how to play the song "There Is a Time" by The Dillards and made popular in the Andy Griffith show.
Learn how to combine picking and legato together to make shredding a bit easier - allowing you to play faster, with less effort.
In this video you'll learn how lead guitar tabs work.
In this video lead guitar scales introduction, we see where scales come from, and why they are the way they are.
This video starts out with a picture of a piano. Why would we need to look at a piano, when we are trying to learn lead guitar music theory?