On the anniversary of his first article for Guitar Noise, David Hodge takes off on one of his tangents and considers all things in the guitar universe.
Guitar Columns by David Hodge
David Hodge has written over a hundred guitar columns and lessons for Guitar Noise. The complete archive of these guitar lessons is available here. Click through to the last page if you want to read everything in the order it was written.
Here is a great lesson on chord shapes. We’ve got great examples backing us up too, including songs by Counting Crows and The Who.
The title says it all. This lesson looks back on some of the recent techniques we’ve learned and reinforces them with some practical and recognizable examples.
This lesson looks at the workings of chords other than the basic major, minor, augmented and diminished.
This beginner music theory lesson looks at how to put chords together. We’ll examine the four main chord types in some detail.
Let’s go back to the beginning steps of music theory once again. This will help us answer a lot of questions about scales, leads, chords and melodies.
Sometimes we musicians need a shot in the arm when it comes to practicing. If your playing feels like it’s going nowhere it might help to take a more detached look at yourself and the way you play.
Let’s take a quick journey into song arrangement. In this lesson we’re going to arrange Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here for two guitars.