From the May/June 2021 issue of Acoustic Guitar | By Kate KoenigWritten by Leo Friedman and Beth Slater Whitson, “Let Me Call You ... Read More...
Grammy Award-winning roots musician Cathy Fink teaches licks drawn from folk, country, and bluegrass.
Whether building an instrument from scratch, restoring a collector’s item, or setting up a brand-new guitar, it’s likely that some amount of fretwork will be required.
Here's an open-G arrangement of the traditional blues tune "Poor Boy, Long Ways from Home"
Cole Clark did not set out to build a guitar to compete with a traditional acoustic. Instead they designed the Angel to be the best-sounding amplified acoustic you’ve ever heard.
Here are guitarist Molly Tuttle’s favorite Tony Rice albums.
Remembering Tony Rice: Bela Fleck, Richard Hoover, David Grisman, Chris Eldridge and Bryn Davies Reflect on Rice’s Life and Legacy
Throughout his four-decade career, Tony Rice redefined bluegrass guitar playing and left a lasting imprint on the genre.
These days Jimmy Buffett has been focusing on developing his Brazilian jazz chord and lick vocabulary, and, of course, hunkering down with his many rarified golden-era guitars.
From the May/June 2021 issue of Acoustic Guitar | By Mark SmallThe late 1940s saw a major advancement in classical guitar strings ... Read More...