In Depth Guitar Lessons and Expert Help


 
 

 

Hammer On lesson at Access Rock

Before you try the guitar lick, practice the hammer-ons a lot-finger strength is needed and will come with practice. A hammer-on is done by first picking a note(open or fretted), then firmly and quickly planting a left hand fin...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

Easy Blues Solo for Guitar

In this lesson, we will tackle a fairly easy-to-play solo in the key of E. If you haven’t yet explored string bending, hammer-ons, or slides, please go to those lessons first. It will also be helpful to review the E Blues...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

Easy Guitar Solo Lesson

In this guitar lesson, not only will you learn about the concept of soloing, but you will learn a great guitar scale which you will use in soloing. Think of soloing as snowboarding, pool skating, rollerblading, or ski jumping. ...
by Mike Abbott
 

 

 

Guitar Licks with Rests

In this lesson, find out how using rests completely changes the sound of a guitar lick! RESTS are just silent rhythms. Here are the 4 basic types of rests that you will see. Mute the note before a rest by either laying your lef...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

Basic Guitar Chord and Scale Theory

In this basic guitar chord lesson,you will learn how to build a guitar chord two different ways: Using Major and minor third intervals and by building a basic chord scale. There are many benefits to learning basic guitar chord ...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

Guitar Vibrato Lesson

Like string bending, vibratos will make a guitar lick stand up and be heard! Vibratos are like many bends and releases strung together on the same note A release is when a the note moves from the bent state back to the non-bent...
by Mike Abbott