Fahey’s version of “Uncloudy Day” was originally released on his 1959 debut, Blind Joe Death.
Madison Cunningham is a true triple-threat musician: a singer and inventive songwriter, a wickedly good guitarist, and a seeker of unconventional riffs and tones.
“Clandestino” begins with a playful single-note figure drawn from the D major pentatonic scale.
Learn sophisticated solo-guitar arrangements of "O Come, All Ye Faithful," "Joy to the World," and "Silent Night."
This trio of lessons explores some of the open tunings most frequently heard in the blues: Vastopol, Spanish, open-C and open-G
Our reviewer found that for a big guitar with a big sound, the Takamine CRN-TS1 also offers an intimate quality that rewards an uncluttered approach, where notes are given the time and space to linger.
In this guitar lesson, learn how to use bluegrass flatpicking to add riffs and fills on top of your playing to create the exciting sound of multiple instruments.
Is it safe for the guitar, the strings, and the player to switch back and forth between standard and open tunings? Ask the Expert!
Happy Traum demonstrates how to arrange accompaniment and guitar solos for old folk, blues, and gospel songs.
The two principal open tunings used in blues guitar playing have old, vernacular American names: Vastopol and Spanish.