In Depth Guitar Lessons and Expert Help


 
 

 

Learn Tab and Standard Notation

Learn how to read standard and tab notation – indispensable assets to any guitar player! Reading music is very much like reading words. You read left to right, and you read down the page. In books, you read letters, words...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

Classic Rock Styles

From Dylan to Nirvana, many classic rock styles survive the test of time! Classic Rock Strumming Try both strums with other chords also like Cand D – How do I play these chords? Click Here   Classic Strum 1 because o...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

Basic Barre Chords

Although barre chords can be intimidating, without them, some of the greatest rock and roll guitar riffs wouldn’t exist! What is a barre chord? A barre chord is a chord which is played at least partly by using one finger ...
by Mike Abbott
 

 

 

Music Theory Basics

Music Theory is not rocket science! It is important to know that before you start learning about it. It is simple math – addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. You don’t need to know anything about mus...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

E Blues Shuffle Rhythm

By learning swing eighth guitar notes and strums, you will give the E Blues Rhythm an authentic blues “feel”. Serious guitar players have to know about the shuffle and about the blues!   The shuffle rhythm is b...
by Mike Abbott
 

 
 

Guitar Power Chords

A Power Chord is a two or three-note chord that’s easy, fun, and POWERFUL!! Start with a 2-note power chord. When you get good at that, switch to the three-note power chord Angle the finger on the 5th string to mute out t...
by Mike Abbott