In this lesson, Todd Hobin shows you how to play a few blues guitar riffs by stringing together the techniques you have learned.
Playing songs quickly can feel like a real accomplishment, but getting there can be a challenge. In fact, the best way to master the skills of any song is to play it slowly, very slowly, then increase the speed (or tempo) of the song once you’ve mastered the skills.
Chuck demonstrates the quick and easy way to ensure your guitar stays in tune during the drastic weather changes with handy climate tuning guitar tip.
Guitar strings break, it happens, but this tip could help prolong your strings. It’s a simple guitar lubricant tip that uses a No. 2 pencil. That’s it.
Chuck adds to that with a simple shoelace cables tip about using your shoelace to tie the cables. So simple you didn’t even think about it.
This rhythm guitar exercise is a must for anyone looking to get a stronger rhythm in their skill set. Chuck shows how easy and simple it is to strengthen your rhythm playing