The first mass produced solidbody guitar is still a hit today, and for many viable reasons. While commonly stereotyped as a country guitar, it's rather unfair to pigeonhole the incredible guitar.
The Prudent Guitar: A blog sharing my quest for the best inexpensive (don't say "cheap") gear! This review looks at an overlooked classic pedal that is no longer made, but is worth searching for.
Learn Andante no. 1 for classical guitar from F. Carulli's Opus 241 in guitar tab, standard notation with study notes and audio demo.
Beginner to advanced, Daisy Rock has guitars to inspire girls and young women. Find out why Daisy Rock makes the best guitars for girls!
This is a review of the Electro-Harmonics Mel9 pedal from someone who has both purchased and used the product.
What's next for the Gibson Nighthawk? The enduring cult classic of the Gibson line doesn't seem to stay in production or go away, and Gibson is forever making a completely new version of it.
A complete analysis of barre (bar) chords for guitar, including: in depth theory explanations, finger placement, chord grids and printable diagrams. The proper technique and structure of the chords is covered. Also, a guest video lesson from teacher Steve Falter!
Whatever style of guitar you play, you can improve your technique with these classical guitar major and minor arpeggios in two and three octave patterns.
Guitar chords and strumming patterns to four popular new country songs. In-depth theory, videos.
The Prudent Guitar: A blog sharing my quest for the best inexpensive (don't say "cheap") gear! This entry looks at Squier's VM 70s Jazz Bass, a great-playing and great-sounding budget model.