Cordoba is pleased to introduce two new 55FCE models, a refreshed “blanca” and a limited edition “negra” featuring exotic woods. Cordoba’s 55FCE Thinbody model has been a mainstay in its catalog for years, a stage-ready flamenco guitar popularized by the Gipsy Kings.
In this new video posted by Candyrat Records, guitarist Luca Stricagnoli—who has been featured on GuitarWorld.com several times in the past—plays his own arrangement of Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine."
I ran into Craig Marshall a few years back on a visit to Austin, and I never forgot about it. How fitting that today we’re premiering his song “Something On Your Mind” from his upcoming release After All, due out August 7 on Big Ticket Records.
Let’s face it: there are a lot of bad covers out there on the interwebs. It takes some time to sort through the rough stuff and find the good, but these 5 covers make a strong case for all the talent on this crazy planet. These 5 acoustic gems cover a few of The Rolling Stones classics.
Drew Holcomb has had a busy year since the release of his latest album Medicine, but we were lucky enough catch up with the Nashville native between tour dates for this live session. Finding a shady spot under a tree to escape the simmering late June sun, here Holcomb performs one of the album's standout tracks, “Tightrope.” Recorded after a decade of touring with this band, The Neighbors, Holcomb calls Medicine “by far the best music we have ever made.”
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to make music with rare stringed instruments from around the world, you’re in for a treat. A new app coming from EarthMoments promises to dish out sound samples meticulously collected from an impressive variety of unique instruments that most of us will never lay a hand on.
Singing while playing guitar can be a daunting challenge for a beginner. A good sense of timing and rhythm and the ability to synthesize two different actions is necessary to pull it off. But like everything else you've learned to do on the guitar, it can be mastered.