You may have noticed already that guitar tabs and lyrics have been removed from most of the song lessons. Let me bring you up to speed on what is happening.
Posts by Paul Hackett:
We’ve all seen people with acoustic guitars playing for spare change. Obviously it’s not possible to give money to every musician we meet, but we can certainly make the connection that there’s a real person playing music – someone that might be in need of a little help.
You don’t even have to be a fan of blues music to like Stevie Ray Vaughan. While his success as a “crossover” artist is undeniable, his legacy is still rooted in the blues. In fact, Vaughan is often credited with rescuing blues music from obscurity.
Former GNR guitarist Slash’s instantly recognizable image has made him the single most important spokesman for rock guitar.
Once again it’s that time of year where year-end lists pour in from all corners of the web. Just like we’ve done in previous years, we’d like to take a quick look at the most popular Guitar Noise lessons this year.
As we get nearer the end of the year, YouTube is counting down of the most memorable videos of 2009. The first video on the list is a stop motion music video by MysterGuitarMan, which you should check out here.
More than forty years after his death, Jimi Hendrix remains the most iconic and important guitar god. Even if you’ve never heard anything Jimi Hendrix recorded, you can hear his spirit being channeled by almost everyone who’s ever played electric guitar.
In the near thirty years since his death, Bob Marley’s popularity hasn’t waned. His greatest hits album, Legend, has sold over twenty million copies, making him reggae music’s most recognizable and possibly best-loved ambassador.