Top-tier chops essential, KFC bucket optional...
From the sophisticated slash chords sounds of The Smiths to funky two-note dyads and capo’d strums, Marr’s playing style is a feast of different techniques and approaches
Here are four blues solo ideas that demonstrate how sometimes less is more, reminding us that the space between the notes is music too
Joe Bonamassa offers some strategies for gaming out your blues jams and holding the audience's attention
Kirk Fletcher gives you a lesson in the blues guitar style pioneered by the great Buddy Guy, Junior Wells and Magic Sam
R&B, soul, Motown, it all goes well with the blues – and with the following four examples, you can add a little invention to your rhythm game
It was the decade of big shoulder pads and formidable guitar playing, and here we have four lessons – all stylistically different – to roll back the clock...
Four ways to supply fiery blues-rock leads over a two-chord vamp in the style of Walsh, Joe Bonamassa and Gary Moore
Adding notes to a chord to enrich harmony can be a confusing topic – and gymnastic for the fingers. We're here to help
You’ll need a hearty appetite for destruction, a sense of groove, and no shortage of attitude for this in-depth lesson on the rock icon's rhythm and lead styles
Voicings that go beyond the usual ‘5’ chord can make for some impactful and harmonically interesting sounds
The soul, funk and pop icon was a brilliant multi-instrumentalist, but he was also an exceptional blues-rock guitarist with a passionate delivery and lyrical playing style
In this exclusive video performance and lesson, rock legend Paul Gilbert treats us to a spellbinding guitar solo involving power tools and string skipping. What could possibly go wrong?
Incorporating elements of jazz and swing, leaving space for his vocals, Walker's style influenced generations of blues guitar players
The ex-Runaways guitarist who went on to a glam-rock solo stardom has a style that is all energy, precision and attitude
The Free guitarist is one of Bonamassa's heroes, and in this GW lesson, he unpacks Kossoff's tone and technique