Learning guitar chords and scales in intervals of a fourth is a great way to understand the instrument. Especially since the guitar itself is tuned primarily in fourths.
Axe. Capo. '10-gauge' strings. It's customary for any aspiring guitarist to encounter such words and phrases when first starting to play. The goal of this Hub is to give the beginning Axe-smith a handy reference should...
As a guitar player, is it better to be formally-taught or self-taught? This article explores the pros and cons of each path and reveals some startling similarities.
Choosing the right band members is essential for your band's survival.
I'm seeing a lot of street-corner wisdom on the Web these days regarding the best ways to learn a song on the guitar. Rather than 'talk' this article through I'll present it in list-fashion since this is a hefty topic. ...
Guitar players have many choices regarding how they stand or sit while they practice or perform. This article explores the options available to guitar players of all levels.
Big C Major (or C Grandé) is one note away from Open C Major, and is a nice alternative to that chord to have in your musical toolbox (if your C Major chord is shaky, go to my hub on that chord to polish it up). To...
Master the small F chord and its first fret barre after reading this article.
Knowing the names of the strings on the guitar is essential to playing the instrument. Memorization is key in this area, and can be fun, too!
Having trouble playing an open C Major Chord? No shame at all since all guitarists have had this problem at one time or another. Here's a quick and permanent way to overcome the I Can't Play an Open C Major Chord...