Learn the unique lead guitar stylings of Peter Frampton in this comprehensive lesson.
Learn Randy Rhoads' warmup exercises and "Crazy Train" solo—as taught by the man himself at a 1982 guitar clinic.
It's super useful to familiarize oneself with modal scale positions and patterns and learn how to navigate them with the slide.
One of the most challenging aspects of learning slide guitar is developing a consistently pleasing vibrato.
When it comes to spontaneous, improvised phrasing, there is perhaps no better blues-rock guitarist than Eric Clapton.
Learning slide guitar in standard tuning allows you to focus on fret-hand touch and pick-hand articulation without having to re-learn the fretboard and chord forms in an alternate tuning.
Grab your guitar and sit down for a comprehensive, GW-exclusive guitar masterclass taught by Steve Vai.
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.