Learn a funky chord progression that hearkens back to beatnik open mic nights.
Reinterpreting What You Know
Today we’re going to share a neat acoustic approach to bass note chords that players like Dave Matthews have used to create some classic hits. It’s easy and sounds awesome!
Create an atmospheric, dreamy riff using the lydian mode in this guitar lesson
In The Style Of...
Today we’ll use drone notes to create a Ray Lamontagne progression that he might use in one of his folk ballads
Today we’ll modify the minor pentatonic scale like Eric Clapton to capture his signature unplugged sound.
Learn a dark country sounding riff in the style of Deer Tick using chromaticism and harmonic minor
Color Chords for Acoustic Players
Learn a classic country chord progression in this lesson
In this lesson you’re going to see 7th chords in a whole new light, and the effect will be haunting and beautiful at the same time. So let’s get started!
The Coveted Open Sound
Today we’re going to explore a critical acoustic guitar concept – open moveable chords. These shapes create an open, full, beautiful sound perfect for pop, rock, and other styles. So let’s get started!
Get The Jangly Guitar Sound
We’ve got a super simple trick to show you today that will fill your sound out and give your riffs a jangly, almost Gaelic quality. We’ll show you how!
This lesson is for you more creative players out there. Basically we’re going to take familiar shapes and then manipulate them in certain ways to get some brand new sounds. Enjoy guys!
Arranging for the Acoustic Guitar
Today we’re looking at basic techniques used to create solo guitar pieces. Specifically, we’ll be discussing the concept of static melodies and changing chords for acoustic guitar.
We’ve got a different type of lesson today, we’re going to look at how one might arrange a melody for solo guitar. To demonstrate, we’re going to use the classic tune “My Country Tis of Thee.”
Fancy Capo Tricks
Today we’ve got a crazy capo trick to show you which will give you an awesome open sound unlike anything you’ve heard!
Learn to play your guitar percussively, adding in thumps, taps, clicks, and harmonics to create a driving rhythm with your playing.