Bob Marley’s I Shot The Sheriff is a delightful introduction to reggae rhythms. This lesson also includes some more advice for transposing songs to another key.
Music Genres and Styles
Guitar music covers a wide variety of genres and styles – from rock to pop, country and blues, Christian music and jazz. These articles explore each genre from the guitarists point of view.
Punk music is generally loud, fast, and distorted. And that means you’ll be playing power chords almost all of the time.
Part two of Peter Simms’ lesson on Latin Chord melodies is here! So get your guitars, warm up your fingers and get ready to dig in for a bit of work and a lot of fun!
Guitar Noise is pleased to welcome Peter Simms back to our pages. Peter’s got a new chord melody for you with a distinctive Latin feel to it. Get ready to provide both the bass and chordal rhythm/melody and to give your fingers (and thumb!) a workout.
The Square Neck Dobro is a generic term for a resonator guitar. In this article we will learn more about this wonderful sounding instrument.
Setting aside Stairway to Heaven, so many Led Zeppelin songs can lead you to a higher musical level. Here’s a look at some different genres in the band’s music.
Knowing the little nuances of different musical genres can help you be a more flexible musician. The more styles you can play, the more music you can play.
A popular reader request is a lesson on how to get a Celtic sounding guitar style. This lesson has more than a few ideas to achieve that sound.
What is progressive rock? This article breaks down the history of the genre and provides ample example of bands that fit this genre.