"It’s a vehicle that’ll bring out the best in you."
Examine the envelope-pushing sounds of some of the essential prog-rock bands of the Sixties/early Seventies era.
Learn how one can apply position shifts in conjunction with the droning technique to broaden the melodic possibilities of a given lick or phrase.
Performing arpeggio patterns in this style poses interesting technical and fingering challenges that have been embraced by guitarists of every ilk.
Learn how to play like one of the most talented and distinctive musicians in the pantheon of Chicago blues guitar greats.
Learn how to establish a melodic phrase and then build upon it to develop a solo that conveys a sense of melodic continuity.
Two of the most prevalent types of chord progressions are those based on cycles of fourths or fifths.
"I’ve never thought of myself as a ‘solo’ guy." Chris Impellitteri discusses his air-tight, super-heavy new album.
Nearly 50 years and 25 albums in, Uriah Heep are still going strong. We asked their longtime guitarist, Mick Box, how their latest epic came to be.
Learn how to solo on the B and G strings, plus how to remain on them while traversing up and down the fretboard.