There's nothing better than learning that lick you've always heard the legends play. Here are 5 must know licks for many reasons.
Very easy lesson to play the chords of "Minor Swing."
Which is better? Does one give better tone?
A simple pattern that will help you to easily start combining the major and minor pentatonic scales in the style of Eric Clapton.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have provided the goods over the years when it comes to tasty guitar riffs and licks, so what are the top 7 RHCP riffs of all time?
A couple simple things you can do to achieve a traditional Irish folk sound.
Chop the licks into small pieces and learn them step by step.
Discover the harmonies for quickly achieving that unique, "Spanish Guitar Sound."
Country guitar strum patterns, string snaps, and filler lines.
Learn how to easily use an augmented triad in your blues guitar playing.
In this article, I analyze and demonstrate Kenny Burrell's jazz guitar intro the ballad "Why Was I Born?"
Tips to help guitar players better understand jazz guitar melody ideas and common jazz guitar techniques...
Jazz is a lot like the song that never ends, kind of annoying. Being good at jazz-guitar is like being really good at being super annoying. Read on to explore an annoying chord pattern in the key of E.
How to plan funky single-string riffs on guitar.
An introduction to a style of chord progression and rhythm used in minor swing jazz.
Part two of a southern jazz-blues diddy in the key of D.
That hot jazz jam is a great sound from the early days. It is a fun time in a group scenario. Read on to learn a secret to that hot swinging sound - then go share that secret with your buddies. Some secret, eh?
Learn about the humorous traditional Russian folk song.
This lesson will give you some tips to create your own basslines in the "walking bass with chords" way of playing.
G-D-C-D, is the base for a large variety of songs people enjoy playing. Using the tools in this article, you can quickly learn to play in a variety of styles on guitar - i.e. folk, country, rock, alt, jazz - those used by artists such as: Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, Jewel, Dave Matthews, and Chris Cornell. Most artists will have at least one song that goes, G-D-C-D.
A guide showing a basic understanding for using the twelve bar blues. If you want to learn how to play (or merely understand!) the twelve bar blues, then look right here!