Jimmy Page's Most Electrifying Riffs
Want to rip like Jimmy Page? We show you how!
AC/DC’s “Back in Black” is a rock classic, written in 1980 as a tribute to the group’s late singer, Bon Scott.
Today, I'm going to show you an easy way to fuse some jazz into the ol' pentatonic "box" without having to learn anything new—no theory or even new scales.
Last month, we examined the high-energy style of Cliff Gallup, whose innovative solos with rockabilly icons Gene Vincent & the Blue Caps set a new standard for sound, technique and imagination....
Two of the most common questions I hear from students are, “How do I break out of box patterns?” and “How can I learn the notes on the neck without just memorizing each fret?”
Writing music happens in many different ways. Inspiration from your favorite artists, an emotional life experience, and a simple noodling session on guitar are all valid places for a new song to...
Fingerpicking is an essential guitar technique, but unless you’ve had some formal training on the instrument, you might not know where to start with it.
Learning to play dominant 7th chords and Drop 2 chord voicings is essential in the development of any jazz guitarist.