There is a fine line between a fan and a fanatic. And a lot of the fun of KISS – Alive Forever comes from crossing that line over and over again. In a nutshell, Curt Gooch and Jeff Suhs’ book details every performance that the legendary group has played, from January of 1973 up through this past March. Yes, every one.
This is a collection of assorted guitar tips, insights and unsolicited pieces of advice. They are written by a beginner with 20+ years of experience.
This is a quick lesson by the dynamic duo on jazzy and bluesy sounding chords. They’re a lot easier than you think.
This Maryland band’s first full-length album is bound to catch anyone’s interest. The songs are well written and the sound is great, despite the fact that they used no less than absolutely state-of-the-art equipment (for 1972).
In this lesson we get into compound voicings – a term used for chord shapes featuring more than one extension. Part four of five.
We’re going to take this four chord song and make a breathtaking solo guitar arrangement for it. It’s a great work out for finger-style guitar.