When I began playing around with chords I found that some sounded better together than others. Instead of randomly hunting for these chords, let’s explain the underlying framework to help you find the groups of chords that work best.
At some point you'll find yourself working with other musicians who many not be up to you level. It's important to remain supportive to them while still getting the job done. Here's my guide…
Your local open mic nights or jam sessions are a great place for you to go as a practicing guitar player. They offer opportunities to learn through meeting other musicians: talking, playing and just hanging out. But some players use the opportunity as an ego booster, here are lsit of things you should never do.
Imagine finally having the skills to focus in on and identify elements in the music you love, so you can learn to play it more accurately with more feel. Learn How Here.
Learn this legendary track from Jimi Hendrix's 1968 album Electric Ladyland.
If you're stuck in a rut and your guitar playing has stopped moving forward there's one thing you definitely haven't tried. But I warn you, you are going to be scared. (But that's good)
If you want to make the move from bedroom guitarist to live performer, then need to learn how to play live at a jam. Brave Your First Blues Jam gives you all the guidance, training and preparation to do just that.
So many online tutorials get this wrong! Here's how to actually play If 6 was 9 by Jimi Hendrix - authentically.
Stuck on some weirdly named chord? Baffled by the "It's a one-four-five" call at a jam, here's how the major scale helps.
Food and music go together like, erm, burgers and chords *ahem*. Grab your ingredients, fire up the grill and let's gets started building some tasty chords