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.
As guitar players, we’re united by feelings and experiences that non-musicians just can’t understand.
The electric guitar is the best instrument ever created. Not only because of how cool it can sound, but also because of its unmatched versatility.
Are you questioning your musical life? Do you feel there’s no way you’ll ever shred faster, play cleaner, or write a good song?
For every Grinch out there who's already sick of the holidays, here’s a reprieve from the overload of “joy” and “cheer.”
Every musician gets stuck in creative ruts every now and then. Our licks get stale, our riffs feel boringand we feel like we’ll never get out of this funk.
As a YouTuber and guitar instructor, there’s one question that comes up more frequently than any other: “How long have you been playing guitar?”
What if nine of the biggest blues guitar legends, dead or alive, came together for one epic jam? Well, it might look something like the video below.
Ever since John Petrucci emerged from the gates of Berklee College of Music and into the world, he’s commanded respect.
There is something to be said for a sound of an instrument that can instantly bestow a certain feeling upon you. The Japanese 13-stringed koto is one of those unique instruments.