Lessons

Bridge

Learn To Play… Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Under The Bridge Intro

In our latest tuition video from our friends at Your Guitar Academy, Dion delves into the world of John Frusciante, with a lesson on how to play the intro to the 1991 classic, Under The Bridge.
CAGED guitar

Music Composition for Beginners 5: Breaking out of CAGED (Part 1)

With our ‘PIRII’ system, you’ll be able to unlock all the basic major and minor chords along the fretboard in a snap.
Stevie

Learn To Play… Stevie Ray Vaughan Right-hand Technique

In our final SRV based tuition video from Your Guitar Academy, Dan Holton talks you through Stevie Ray's right-hand technique.
Joe

Learn To Play… Hey Joe Solo by Jimi Hendrix

In the latest instalment of our tuition videos in collaboration with Your Guitar Academy, Dan Holton talks you through the solo to Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix.
Pride

Learn To Play… Pride & Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan

In our second tuition video in collaboration with Your Guitar Academy, we take a look at Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble's modern blues classic, Pride & Joy, from the 1983 debut album Texas Flood.
Hey Joe

Learn To Play… Hey Joe Intro By Jimi Hendrix

We’ve teamed up with online guitar tutors Your Guitar Academy to bring you weekly YouTube videos featuring tips, tutorials and lessons of the most iconic players in the industry.
Acoustic guitar strumming

Music Composition for Beginners 4: Popular chord progressions

How chords color their progressions, and four iconic examples from pop music.
Ibanez JEM

Guitar Technique for Beginners 2: Left-hand techniques

Dress up your playing style with hammer-ons, slides, bends and other fundamental fretboard techniques.
Guitar technique finger strengthening exercise

Guitar Technique for Beginners 1: Hands, fingers and strengthening exercises

Finger exercises, the ‘right’ ways to grasp a guitar neck, and other basic techniques new players shouldn’t gloss over.

Music Composition for Beginners 3: The “I-IV-V” chord progression

By understanding the patterns behind this common chord progression, you can play them in other keys, or create your very own ones.
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