Watching Molly Tuttle switch effortlessly between rhythm comping and high-velocity single-note lead lines is like listening to at least two guitarists at once.
Even though we tend to think of scale playing as the ultimate speed test, speed itself isn't really the problem. It's switching strings.
Martin Miller's seemingly effortless command of picking mechanics represents the future of what we can all expect a good guitar player to be able to do.
Discover the power of Yngwie Malmsteen's fascinating and genre-defining asymmetrical approach to picking.
A step-by-step breakdown of Vai's hurricane-speed lick from the guitar-duel scene in the 1986 feature, 'Crossroads.'
What do you do when there's no single job that encompasses everything you want to do? You create one!
Li-Sa-X is an 11-year-old Japanese guitar phenomenon whose YouTube covers of virtuoso rock guitar classics, includung Racer X's "Scarified," have racked up seven-figure viewcounts.