Satch Lesson: How to Play Like Jimi Hendrix
Joe Satriani's guide to Jimi Hendrix-style R&B rhythm guitar.
Usually when you think of sweep picking, you think of high gain shred guitar. This is all well and good, but there is also a place in blues for sweep picking.
Named after legendary country guitar virtuoso Merle Travis, Travis picking is the most popular and commonly used fingerpicking technique.
Initially a pianist inspired by jazz legend Bill Evans, it wasn’t until his final year in college (at the University of Oregon) that Ralph Towner picked up a nylon-string guitar and started honing...
In the previous two columns, I demonstrated a couple of cool ways to play “walking bass” accompaniment over a 12-bar jazz-blues progression.
I present to you a drop-dead-simple blueprint to Djent, a “Djent for Dummies” how-to guide, if you will.
Forget playing seedy dive bars for free exposure. Right now, Facebook is one of your best bets to immediately get the word out about your music.
There are some chords you’ve known since you first started playing the guitar, and frankly, you might be getting sick of playing them.