Explore the intricacies of one of the few Beatles originals built around the 12-bar blues format.
The "Crazy Train" riff can help you gain insight into scales, and how they in turn can help you memorize riffs.
Learn the circle of fifths, plus how you can use it to compose, help you memorize chord progressions and further your music education.
If your rhythm work consists only of chords, you’re missing out on a lot of color and character that you could be including.
If you’re looking for ways to increase your understanding of the fretboard, a good place to start is by looking at the shapes your fingers create as you play scales and chords.
What are you supposed to do when you play lead and solo? If you’ve never soloed or played lead, you might now know where to start.
Whenever you switch from playing open chords to soloing or playing a lead part, you risk making an abrupt change in the song’s dynamics as the full-sounding chords drop out and the lead work begins.
If you’re strictly a rhythm guitarist, you’ve probably found that playing chords all the time can get boring.