In this guitar lesson, learn to play a monotonic bass line, then apply it separately to three chords in the basic 12-bar blues progression.
In this lesson you'll learn how to sing and play a whole song with any set of strum patterns you like.
Here are some ideas from jazz great Eddie Lang for some new chord melody techniques and textures on guitar, applied to the verse of the old standard “After You’ve Gone.”
In this guitar lesson you'll learn a handful of techniques for making solo guitar arrangements of ballads and trail songs: active bass runs, cross-picking, and hybrid picking.
Learn how to play walking bass lines with chords—a cool approach to have up your sleeve, no matter what style you play.
Poor posture can lead to back and neck deterioration and neuromuscular disease in guitarists. Here are some steps to help keep you healthily seated with your guitar.
In this guitar lesson, these arrangements of two songs by Mother Maybelle Carter will help develop your technique and understanding of the flatpicking idiom.
In this lesson, Bruce Molsky demonstrates how the guitar tradition from Madagascar takes in not only local music elements but classical and pop influences from everywhere.
In this guitar lesson you will focus on tightening up your timing on rhythm guitar using a variety of different strumming rhythms.
In this guitar lesson, get a taste of open tunings by lowering your strings to open D minor, then playing a handful of chord shapes and applying them to a bluesy etude.