As you depart on the highway of improvisation in search of your own voice on the guitar, the journey can be daunting.
What if nine of the biggest blues guitar legends, dead or alive, came together for one epic jam? Well, it might look something like the video below.
Ever since John Petrucci emerged from the gates of Berklee College of Music and into the world, he’s commanded respect.
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.
Playing guitar brings us the greatest joy on Earth. Sometimes, however, we can become overwhelmed trying to convey our happiness to an audience. Sometimes, we get nervous.
I present to you a drop-dead-simple blueprint to Djent, a “Djent for Dummies” how-to guide, if you will.
There are some chords you’ve known since you first started playing the guitar, and frankly, you might be getting sick of playing them.
If you were tasked with playing something in the style of Steve Vai, you might be a little intimidated.
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