How to Play Like Freddie King
We go "In Deep" with a blues legend — with video and tab!
If you're looking for a quick way to get started improvising with the major scale, the simplest path to take is to learn the Aeolian mode.
There is something to be said for a sound of an instrument that can instantly bestow a certain feeling upon you. The Japanese 13-stringed koto is one of those unique instruments.
In the Carter Family's unique brand of “mountain gospel music,” Maybelle Carter sang harmony and played distinctly ornate guitar parts on her 1928 Gibson L-5 archtop acoustic, seamlessly weaving...
Though my chosen genre of music with my band Revocation is metal, I studied jazz guitar at Berklee College of Music, and I am always looking for creative ways to expand the musical palette of metal...
Ever since John Petrucci emerged from the gates of Berklee College of Music and into the world, he’s commanded respect.
In this bite-sized lesson, Derek Trucks gives you some insights on incorporating natural and artificial harmonics into your slide lines.
Ever get the feeling you're putting too much emphasis on your lead playing and ignoring your rhythm playing? It happens a lot.