Creative breakthroughs and new approaches to your acoustic playing can be found through experimentation with effects pedals that are often associated with electric guitar and bass.
BY KATE KOENIGWelcome to the latest installment of Chord by Chord, a series designed to build your understanding of harmony and the fretboard. In this less... Read More...
Travis picking is an accompaniment style you'll learn in this basics lesson excerpted from the Acoustic Guitar Fingerstyle Method.
Learn a simple acoustic guitar arrangement of "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," a 1920s chart topper that's been revisited by countless musicians over the years.
In this Acoustic Guitar Chord by Chord video lesson you'll learn 5 ways to play B minor chords.
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.
While slide guitar is perhaps most commonly associated with the blues, it can be used to excellent effect in a range of other styles.
Here's an open-G arrangement of the traditional blues tune "Poor Boy, Long Ways from Home"
In this installment of Chord by Chord, a series designed to build your understanding of harmony and the fretboard, we explore C sharp minor.
Learn slip-jig meter and master this difficult, but instantly recognizable and rousing, Irish song.