In this guitar lesson, learn fretboard exercises to play beautiful, dreamlike augmented arpeggios for soloing and composing in any style.
Improve your acoustic guitar tone with these 30 tips and techniques for fretting-hand, flatpicking, and fingerstyle playing for both your right and left hands.
Guitarist Gretchen Menn based this lovely chord-melody guitar arrangement of "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" on a version that vocalist Bing Crosby recorded in 1939.
Guitarist Mary Flower demonstrates how to play melodies and bass notes at the same time on acoustic guitar via an exercise she calls "Nimble Fingers."
When used as a tool—and not merely a crutch—a capo can offer inspiration and creativity for guitar players of all skill levels. Here are 4 essential concepts for using a capo on guitar.
Michael Chapdelaine teaches you to get good guitar tone by relearning your picking-hand approach.
In this guitar lesson you'll learn three tips for improving your strumming: how to grip the pick, strumming open strings, then adding chords.
“As in a painting, the melody should be the subject right up front, close to your eyes, and the bass should be the mountains in the background,” D’Agostino says.
Will Ackerman's “I Had to Go There,” from album Positano Songs, cohas a striking tuning of F C Eb Ab C Eb. Watch and hear him play it in this video and try your hand at playing along.
This guitar transcription of Lead Belly's blues murder ballad "John Hardy" uses the tuning of low-B from the 1940 Library of Congress recording.