Satch Lesson: How to Play Like Jimi Hendrix
Joe Satriani's guide to Jimi Hendrix-style R&B rhythm guitar.
This month, I’d like to expand on the basic fretboard tapping approach by utilizing multiple taps with different fingers of the pick hand.
Accurate string bends and vibrato don't come from your hands but from your ears. They can't be practiced mechanically like alternate picking and sweeping. It takes a more careful approach to...
Some claim the most important skill for a guitar player to possess is a sense of melody. Others may argue finger tone is paramount. Still others may think high quality gear is what allows a...
What’s the secret to sounding unmistakably like a classic rock guitar player? The truth is, your attitude has a lot to do with it.
In the previous two columns, I demonstrated a couple of cool ways to play “walking bass” accompaniment over a 12-bar jazz-blues progression.
There's no set path for a guitarist to find his own sound. Finding your own signature and take on what has come before will always be a subjective and personal endeavor.
If you’ve ever considered building a guitar yourself, Gear4Music has an inexpensive way for you to give it a go.