Have fun playing this simple, yet challenging arranging of one of everyone’s favorite carols. If you can handle playing C, F and G and some basic fingerpicking, you’ll be performing “Deck the Hall” in no time!
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.
One of the greatest abilities you can have as a musical artist is to be able to take any idea or emotion and accurately convey it in music.
Here is a wonderfully simple, yet elegant arrangement of the beloved carol, “Good King Wenceslas,” done in open D tuning.
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As you learn more and more techniques, you should start trying to incorporate them into the songs you already know. We’ll take a very easy song and come up with some interesting things we can do for arranging it for the single guitar.
Anybody has the potential to become a highly advanced guitar player, Mike Philippov discusses several critical steps that all great guitarists use to consistently make progress in their musical skills.
Tom Hess outlines a different approach for creating a great guitar solo.