After four decades mostly playing violin, Mark O'Connor returns triumphantly to acoustic guitar on flashy and eclectic solo set 'Markology II'
Despite its popularity among fiddlers, “Leather Britches” is less known with flatpickers—surprisingly so, as it is fun to play and lands well on the guitar.
Jazz Guitarist Pat Metheny Teams Up with Jason Vieaux and the L.A. Guitar Quartet on New Classical Compositions
On 'Road to the Sun,' Pat Metheny enlisted classical guitarists Jason Vieaux and the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet (LAGQ) to perform compositions he wrote for them.
I discovered that there were 17 of these solo Django Reinhardt pieces. At first I learned the tunes by ear, jotting down notes about how to play them.
Try this approach to make a chord-melody version of Django Reinhardt’s iconic interpretation of “I’ll See You in My Dreams.”
On her latest album, 'Modern Yesterdays,' Kaki King, returns with her trademark exploratory, percussive textures and seas of slowly unraveling moods.
The Captivating Harlem Swing Rhythms of Freddie Green, John Trueheart, Bernard Addison, Morris White, and Al Casey
Freddie Green is synonymous with swing guitar. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1911, Green enjoyed a 50-year career holding down the rhythm chair of Count Basie’s famed big band.
The L.R. Baggs Voiceprint DI uses Impulse Response (IR) technology and has the ability to make your pickup sound like the natural acoustic sound of your guitar.
Most of the tunes on Smither’s 18th album are unreleased gems from the New Orleans sessions that resulted in his career retrospective "Still on the Levee."
Leo Kottke's musical adventures have inspired generations of musicians. Throughout this journey, the one constant has been his love for acoustic guitar.