Technique

How to play chords like Paul McCartney (Part 2)

In the second part of our Paul McCartney lesson we head into a world of moving basslines and slash, seventh and diminished chords as a songwriting genius broadens his horizons.

How to play blues like Joe Bonamassa

JoBo’s fusion of blues and rock makes him one of the most fiery and exciting guitar players on the planet – here’s how to nail his style.

How to get better at guitar using the CAGED system (Part 1)

In the first of a new series, we examine how this simple and common system for learning the guitar contains hidden depths that could be the key to unlocking your potential as a musician.

How to play blues like Gary Moore

The Northern Irish bluesman’s kinetic style fused blues and rock with a virtuosity that inspired scores of guitar players – here are the fundamentals of his technique.

How to play blues like Freddie King

In our final part of our look at the stylings of the legendary Three Kings, we tackle the searing style of Freddie King.

How to play chords like Paul Simon Part 2

In part two of our look at the chord shapes and sequences which define Paul Simon’s sound, we focus on his early years as a solo artist.

How to play blues like Albert King

Continuing our journey through the guitar styles of the legendary Three Kings, this time it’s the turn of Flying V-toting blue icon Albert.

How to play country guitar Part 5 – Putting it all together

In the final part of his intro to country guitar, Nashville sessioneer David Henricksson puts it all together with a pair of solos to master.

How to play chords like Paul Simon

With a long career involving unpredictable twists, turns and collaborations Paul Simon is one of the most successful songwriters of the last 60 years. We take a look at the chord shapes and sequences which define his sound.

Play blues like Peter Green

He may be gone, but Peter Green peerless guitar playing will continue to inspire guitarists of every stripe for generations to come.
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