Let these solutions guide you to conquering the many difficulties you'll face as you develop as a guitarist, and always remember to enjoy the ride.
The best thing we can do as patrons of our guitar store is be prepared for any type of person we might encounter on the sales floor. Hopefully this video will help you do just that.
Sure, we want to find out what’s new at NAMM, but we also want to know what it’s like to be there, right? That’s where I come in.
We’ve all made excuses for why we can’t do something. If only we could be held accountable… if only we had somebody to show us the light…
Joe Satriani is my favorite living guitar player, so this edition of my “Habits of…” series was a very fun one to create.
Sometimes when we’re ripping some licks on guitar, we can get caught in our own heads and psyche ourselves out, causing mistakes in our playing.
Every guitar player has a voice. That voice is founded on the influences we take and the genres we enjoy, as well as the amount of time we invest in different techniques and approaches.
Becoming a versatile guitar player is something everyone should consider, regardless of whether your passion lies, genre-wise.
This bit of knowledge is something that took me longer to learn than any insane sweep-picking arpeggio or ridiculous alternate-picking run.
As an online educator with more than 16,000 students to date, I’ve had the opportunity to communicate with every type of guitar player on the planet.
You don’t need me to tell you that the Internet has connected humanity in ways our forefathers never could have imagined.