If you have ever wanted a practice routine for your guitar playing, this is it. It is something I call the “To-do” list and it will help you learn how to get better at guitar and get better faster.
If you have ever struggled to find a good list of beginner guitar songs for acoustic guitar (along with the complete tutorial on how to play them), then this post is for you.
Today, I will share with you some of my favourites and simply the best (no, that Tina Turner classic is not on the list!) beginner guitar songs for the acoustic guitarist along with the complete video lesson on how to play them.
Welcome to this little Halloween Spooktacular of four fun classic Halloween riffs for the guitar. If you want to learn some scary (tongue in cheek!) Halloween guitar riffs, this is the place to be. Each one features a different and very useful technique that will help improve your guitar playing – especially if you are a beginner.
Happy Easter and happy April everyone. I have a wonderful fingerpicking free video for you all. It is the beautiful `April Come She Will` by the legendary Simon and Garfunkel.
In this video, I discuss a variety of ways you can get yourself out of a guitar-playing rut. Many guitarists plod along for a long period of time without realising it.
I love this piece of music. It is so dramatic, recognisable and it makes classical guitar a joy to play and listen to. So many classical pieces out there that are recommended for the guitar are either pretty dull or aren`t recognisable. `Toccata and Fugue in D minor` is so far and away from those pieces. It just sounds amazing.
I recently got a reader question asking me “How do I improve rhythm skills on the guitar?” It`s a great question and one I get a lot so I decided to create a video on it. To find out 4 ways to improve your rhythm skills on the guitar check out the video HERE (and please like and comment). [Read more…]