If you develop a taste for moving "outside" the tonal center, it can provide a very cool expansion of your musical vocabulary.
This lesson can really strengthen one’s awareness of intervallic construction, scale recognition across the fretboard and virtually every aspect of one’s playing.
On April 15, 2017, just days after completing his final interview with Guitar World, Allan Holdsworth—the great jazz-fusion guitarist—passed away. Revisit that interview today, on what would have been his 72nd birthday.
When guitar world catches up with Stephen Carpenter, the Deftones guitarist is gearing up for a busy few months.
Jorgen Carlsson had never heard of Gov’t Mule in 2008 when a mutual friend recommended him to Warren Haynes to be the band’s new bassist.
One of the pioneers of Cali-metalcore, Eighteen Visions formed in 1995 and released five albums before breaking up in 2007.
Megadeth bassist David Ellefson has teamed up with Pro Tone Pedals to launch a chorus box that holds the power across low end notes when the effect is engaged.
For heavy music fans, the name Rex Brown is synonymous with viciously rhythmic, cowboy-from-hell bass playing.
“The reason I first wanted to play guitar is because my family played bluegrass,” Dan Auerbach says.
The term “French horn fifths” is a partial misnomer, as intervals other than fifths are also used, namely thirds, fourths and sixths.
Since 1986, Mitchell Guitars has built high-quality acoustic guitars that offer incredible value to beginning and experienced guitarists alike.
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