Self-taught guitarists usually pick up a few bad habits. Here are some more basic ways to clean up your playing.
Learn how to play acoustic or electric guitar. We have lessons on everything and anything to do with guitar. We’ve even got stuff for bass players, 12 string guitars, banjo pickers, ukulele lovers and all of you beautiful misunderstood lefties.
Guitar mastery starts with finesse. And we often lose sight of tiny little details that help you in quite a big way when it comes to playing.
Chords are a guitarist’s bread and butter. After learning some open chord shapes, beginners will need to work on switching effortlessly between chords.
Don’t just set your volume and tone knobs to 10. Here are some great ideas on how to use all the parts of your electric guitar a bit more creatively.
Tone is the mystifying quality you know in your bones but can’t quite define. Let’s look at some ways to get the sound from your head onto your guitar.
An acoustic guitar isn’t the musical equivalent of training wheels. So let’s take a more detailed look at the differences between acoustics and electric guitars for beginners.
Here is a simple guitar arrangement of “Paddy Whack,” a traditional Irish fiddle tune, that’s not too difficult to play.
As a left-handed guitarist, I’m often asked “Why do you play guitar the way you do?” After all, a lot of lefties start out learning to play right-handed.