Guitar Stories; Pivoting Primary Chords
Since a few people had been asking about my 1959 Guild archtop, a few years ago I made a video about it and was surprised
Beginning Soloing: Hum It, Then Play It
Want to start soloing on your electric guitar? I’ve just finished a series for beginners on how to do just that. My Intro video tells you what you’ll need (slinky strings, a decent ear, etc.).
Introducing “RoadLicks” Minimalist Lessons
A while ago I got the idea to get a minimalist Traveler Guitar (I have no affiliation with them), head out on the road somewhere and make short videos on simple riffs (or “licks”).
Soloing Section Debuts with “Expressive Techniques”
It took me forever to find an amp that had the right sound for my new Soloing section (the winner: Swart AST Pro), but once that was in place, I was able to film the first few videos, which I call “Expressive Techniques.”
Just Kidding–I meant “suspended” chords, of course. You don’t have to wear suspenders to enjoy these handy embellishments to your open major chords.
More Charlie; Strum Along With John Fogerty
Since many seemed to like my Charlie Christian solo lessons, I did one on “Blues in B,” which had been requested by a number of folks.