Lesson ID: TB427
How many E notes can you play on the guitar? Open 1st String… 5th Fret, 2nd String… 9th Fret, 3rd String… 14th Fret, 4th String… […]
Lesson ID: TB426
How does he do that? I remember exactly where I was when I first heard Blind Blake. I sat in my truck slack-jawed from the […]
Lesson ID: TB425
We hear the minor pentatonic scale is important. So we grab a book or diagram and go to work. Bring on the big box patterns. […]
Lesson ID: TB424
I’ve been obsessed with a good guitar riff since the moment I learned, Smoke on the Water. From the early Delta Players to the flash […]
Lesson ID: TB423
Ever feel like your slide guitar playing is stuck in a rut? Like you’ve hit a plateau? If you find yourself locked into one spot […]
Lesson ID: TB422
My jaw drops when [insert guitar hero’s name] plays a blistering line up that covers the neck. But I also love the raw delivery of […]
Lesson ID: TB421
Music is about the spaces between notes. That means the space in time (rhythm) and the space in pitch (melody). But there’s something else that […]
Lesson ID: TB420
Sometimes, when you’re learning new music, you might find some parts are really hard. Instead of just practicing them over and over, try these 5 ideas to make it easier.
Lesson ID: TB419
Play sophisticated and interesting blues rhythm parts by incorporating chromatics, chord tricks and hot licks into your playing.
Lesson ID: TB418
There are 138 different note locations on a 22-fret guitar. With the sheer number of options, it’s no wonder that most of us wander around […]
Lesson ID: TB417
Good picking is foundational to good guitar playing. It’s the driver behind everything you do. Take time to tune up your picking technique with these five targeted picking exercises.
Lesson ID: TB416
Leverage chord tones to create a sweet slide solo in Open E tuning. Plus, you’ll learn an 8 Bar Blues example to get you started.
Lesson ID: TB415
Every blues guitarist should have a collection of great turnarounds. In this lesson, we’ll cover 3 great delta blues turnarounds that will help you level up your blues skills.
Lesson ID: TB414
This is where you start if you want to learn the blues. In this lesson, we dive into the 12 bar blues framework and how to modify it to create a solid blues tune.
Lesson ID: TB413
These six steps to creating your own licks will help you get comfortable with the fretboard while making music.
Lesson ID: TB412
The mission of a beginner fingerpicker is to learn the core skills to get up and running with basic songs. The job of an intermediate […]
Lesson ID: TB411
Lesson ID: TB409
Learning slide guitar in Open D can be confusing. Your go-to licks and riffs in standard tuning won’t work and the chords are completely different. […]
Lesson ID: TB408
Lesson ID: TB407
Unlock the fretboard so you can play great blues guitar.