Learn a useful, Django Reinhardt-inspired lick from John 5.
There's a great big world out there, and the large selection of non-Western scales that it offers can add an intriguing twist to your playing.
Learn about the major diatonic drop, and how you can use it to great effect in your own songwriting.
Break free of the two-notes-per-string approach by combining it with three-notes-per-string patterns using sweep picking.
Have you ever heard an ungodly whoop or cry emerging from another guitarist’s ax and wondered how the heck to do it? If so, then this lesson is for you.
One of the most challenging aspects of learning slide guitar is developing a consistently pleasing vibrato.
A few very simple pentatonic-based ideas that are great for beginners, and a nice review for more advanced players.
Help your right- and left-hand technique by tackling string skipping, octave displacement and large intervals.
Jason Richardson dishes on how to write guitar music that finds its inspiration and development away from the guitar.