On April 10, 2011 Bob Dylan and his band played in Vietnam for the first time. They played an excellent show, rolling through an eighteen-song set that offered new arrangements on everything, not just the old songs but the new ones as well.
The Spider Capo is an excellent device for exploring the creative potential of your guitar. You can stay in standard tuning and still play open tunings with it.
Total Acoustic Guitar guides you through various steps to become more skilled and confident in the most important areas of playing acoustic guitar.
“The Musician’s Way,” by Gerald Klickstein, offers the reader a wealth of vital and practical information on how to make the most of practicing and performing, as well as tips on keeping at one’s best when it comes to playing. Highly recommended.
Guitar Noise’s favorite Scandinavian lap steel player’s second album is a wonderful tribute to the songs and stylings of Jimi Hendrix.
George Pittaway’s “Easy Roll Guitar Method” DVD is an incredible bargain at $15. It is highly recommend for anyone interested in hybrid picking and opening up their soloing. This is an ideal DVD for the advanced beginner and beyond.
Len Collins’ Guitar Breakthough DVD is a breath of fresh air. This DVD lets you sit in on seven “lessons” spread out over the course of three hours on two discs.
Nine Christmas songs done in an “easy jazz feel” – right down to the vocals straight from the 1940s to the wonderfully articulated piano lines.