Let’s take a close look at a common extended chord—containing a note beyond the seventh, the venerable ninth.
In this guitar lesson we will break down the classic boom-chuck pattern heard throughout American roots music and begin to use it on songs.
These guitar warm-up exercises are great for strengthening fingers, increasing speed, and improving synchronization between the left and right hands.
This Weekly Workout will help you develop your frame of mind and confidence in solo fingerstyle improvisation on guitar via Tárrega's “Etude in E minor.”
Slash chords are a small change to a chord voicing that can have a big impact on the sound of a progression, as we’ll explore in this guitar lesson.
In this guitar lesson you will learn to play a 12-bar walking-bass blues in the key of E major, adding some swing to your blues playing.
Try this approach to make a chord-melody version of Django Reinhardt’s iconic interpretation of “I’ll See You in My Dreams.”
Here are 3 ways to play a 12-bar blues in C major on guitar, through the lens of the old blues masters, so you can incorporate more nuances into your playing.
Learn the basics of acoustic slide guitar