The focus of this month’s series is how to play slide guitar—an approach that first became popular through blues guitarists like Robert Johnson and Son House and Hawaiian musicians such as Sol Hoopii.
Explore the whole-tone scale as well as the natural minor, the harmonic minor, and the melodic minor scales.
Learn to use tremolo picking on long notes and passing chords over multiple measures of rest to fill space in any chord-melody guitar arrangement.
Grammy Award-winning roots musician Cathy Fink teaches licks drawn from folk, country, and bluegrass.
Learn all about B Major in the latest installment of Chord by Chord, a series designed to build your understanding of harmony and the fretboard.
Here's an open-G arrangement of the traditional blues tune "Poor Boy, Long Ways from Home"
In this acoustic guitar lesson we explore the modes of the major scale, as well as minor and major pentatonic scales.
Many guitarists dread practicing scales—those ascending and descending sequences of notes that revolve around a given pitch and determine tonality. But working... Read More...