10 Problems Only Bass Players Will Understand
Don't let anyone tell you the bass is easier than a regular guitar just because it has less strings! Bass guitar teacher Kevin S. shares the unique challenges you face as you learn bass guitar...
1) Capos are Misleading
Any bassist who has regularly played with a guitarist who uses a capo has discovered that this simple tool can be confusing to deal with at first. This is a where good transposing skills come in handy, especially if the guitarist is referring to the chords they are playing
5 Delightful Jazz Guitar Licks - Tabs and Audio
Having a few guitar licks up your sleeve is super helpful when you're improvising. Guitar teacher Samuel B. shares a few of his favorite jazz guitar licks...
Before we begin playing these jazz guitar licks, it's a good idea to get familiar with the pentatonic scale.
The pentatonic scale is a more versatile and useful scale than you might think. While being an easily-recognized basis for blues, rock, and country solos, it can be (and frequently is) a scale used for jazz solos, too. Addi
Why Pentatonic Scales Are Essential for All Guitarists
Want to learn scales on guitar but not sure where to start? Guitar teacher Joey I. explains why pentatonic is the way to go...
The title of this article says it all: Why pentaonic scales are essential for guitarists. Learning these scales is an absolute necessity.
Now is it really necessary to know pentatonic scales to be able to play the guitar? No! A lot of guitarists go their whole career learning riffs, songs, and making up licks based off of the knowledge that they have while enjoyin
Tricks For Differentiating The Two Blues Chord Progressions
Ready to get started with learning blues chord progressions? Here's an intro by Austin, TX guitar teacher Samuel B...
In order to properly respect and understand both the theory and structure of ANY kind of American music, it's essential to be able to play the blues. Although the form is said (by some scholars) to have originated in Africa within the story-telling traditions of village griots (historians/poets/musicians who would play a five-stringed instrument known as the halam, w
10 Simple Steps to the Perfect Guitar Practice Routine
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced guitarist, you know the key to progress is practice! While there are several ways you can trick yourself into practicing guitar, developing a consistent guitar practice routine can help you be successful. In this guest post, David Hart, a guitarist and the creator of the G4 Guitar Method, shares 10 easy ways to develop an effective guitar practice routine...
We all know that to reach our goals on guitar we need to practice. As Tai Lopez says, t