Employing finger slides can inspire new and different melodic ideas.
Six of the most useful of the thousands of tips for guitarists we've offered in our three and a half decades of publication.
Learn how you can use “rootless” ninth chords to expand your jazz-guitar vocabulary without having to learn any new shapes.
Adding nothing but the open E and B strings to a major barre chord will drastically change its makeup and expand its harmonic function.
Comping and chord soloing over minor ii V i chord progressions can be a tough hurdle to get over when learning jazz guitar.
Ihsahn teaches you how to explore the range and new challenges offered up by an eight-string guitar.
Learn a pentatonic scale workout that helps you get the five positions of the scale memorized and under your fingers.