Let’s have a look at 3 slide guitar mistakes that are too easy to make and what you can do to avoid them.
Sometimes you’ve just gotta rock a beat. This Open G Tuned lesson covers a driving beat capped off with a slick Micro Lick.
In this lesson, we’ll have a look at two super sweet micro licks in Open G Tuning. Remember Micro Licks? These are the quick little licks that can serve as building blocks for longer, more developed musical ideas. But, let’s be honest, they sound pretty cool on their own too. The Micro Lick concept doesn’t […]
Let’s take a dive into slide guitar by keeping things simple and in standard tuning. Grab a slinky slide lick in G while you’re at it!
In this lesson we’ll talk about what’s important and what should be overlooked when starting out with slide guitar. Getting started is easier than you might think.
In this lesson, we’ll combine two important picking techniques that help to add a percussive element to your acoustic blues sound: Brush ups and String Snaps.
In this lesson, we’ll work through a 12 bar blues shuffle in E that will put the brush up technique into action.
In this lesson, we’ll take a sneak peek at the verse section of Sunshine & Grits from the premium course library.
In this lesson, we put the ii-V-I progression to work in the context of a fingerpicked 12 bar blues in A. The key difference in this turnaround and the typical blues turnaround is the addition of the II chord (in this lesson B). But we’ve gotta make things bluesy, right?
In this lesson, we’ll utilize a super common ii-V-I jazz progression to liven up the standard 12 bar blues progression.
In this lesson from Blues Guitar Institute, you’ll learn how to get more from your fretboard with the five dominant seventh chord shapes. Maybe it’s because I’m a little dense at times or maybe it’s because I foolishly skipped all the theory lessons in my formative years; but, whatever the reason, learning that a given […]