Every now and then, we guitar players should laugh at ourselves. After all, there’s nothing worse than annoying guitar players who think they know everything.
We all know him. He's the guy who's never wrong. His opinion is fact. He’s so sure of himself, he doesn’t believe he’d roast John Petrucci in a guitar battle—he knows it.
In a fantasy world where we can choose to have an expensive guitar and an inexpensive amp or an expensive amp and aninexpensiveguitar, which would you choose?
If music theory sounds scary and confusing, here’s a short lesson in scales and modes that’s easy to follow and gives you useful information.
A king’s crown is not always made of gold. Sometimes it’s made of black, majestic leather and sits atop a frazzled mane hiding a face us mere mortals are unworthy to completely glimpse.
Writing a headbanging riff is an art form, and the power to inspire listeners to violently whip their noggins at the sound of your heavy riffing is something to be valued.
I’ve seen plenty of interviews and rig rundowns. Most of them tend to overlap in terms of information—no matter who the artist is.
John Mayer. One of the most polarizing pop icons of our generation also happens to be one of the best guitar players to sell more than 10million albums.
Get ready, my string-pickin’ comrades.You’re about to step into a parallel universe where up is down, left is rightand Lil Wayne is a guitar god.
Tyler Larson, whose informative and frequently humorous videos we often run here, sat down with PRS Guitars founder Paul Reed Smith at this year’s Winter NAMM show.
Being a YouTuber, I’ve come across many differing opinions on a ton of different topics, from technique to philosophy and everything in between.
You don’t need music theory to be a successful musician. In fact, a lot of successful people didn’t follow traditional paths to build their legacy.