Sometimes it pays to take stock of things and remember what made you want to play music in the first place. Here’s a short interlude for any season.
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.
This is the second of two parts on open tuning. We’re going to learn how to put together a fretboard map and use it to figure out chords in open tuning.
This article is the first of two parts on the use of open tuning. Find out what open tunings are and how to achieve them.
Let’s approach music theory and how it relates to the guitar with a simple idea: music theory is actually simple and fun. It’s not rocket science.
What is a capo and do you use one? These and other questions are answered in this introductory lesson on using a capo.
Don’t get stuck in a rut. In his first column for Guitar Noise, David Hodge offers some sound advice for guitarists trying to get their love of music back.