If your child (or grandchild or other kid in your life) has expressed an interest in playing guitar, you may be wondering if they’re too young to begin lessons.
Travis picking is an accompaniment style you'll learn in this basics lesson excerpted from the Acoustic Guitar Fingerstyle Method.
A lesson on how to play fingerstyle blues in this popular open tuning, using examples from classic songs by Elizabeth Cotten, Robert Johnson, and more.
Learn slip-jig meter and master this difficult, but instantly recognizable and rousing, Irish song.
"House of the Rising Sun" is surprisingly easy and fun to play on guitar. Learn a basic picking pattern and get rocking!
If we, at whatever age, are truly determined to make music come out of those six strings, we will.
Even if you’re not a classical player, mastering pieces such as this offers a great learning experience for any fingerstyle guitarist, because it not only teaches picking-hand techniques that are independent of set patterns but also demonstrates excellent form and structure.
Excerpted from The Way Music Works | BY GRETCHEN MENNTHE PROBLEMWhile you’re familiar with the basic major and minor triads, any numbers ... Read More...