Learn how to play an Allman Brothers style lead (and rhythm) in this Dickey Betts inspired guitar lesson
Learn how to play an acoustic, bluesy version of “The Little Drummer Boy” on acoustic guitar.
Learn how to play a Stevie Ray Vaughan style acoustic blues guitar lead (with no accompaniment).
Learn how to play a fingerstyle 12 bar rhythm in the key of A – works on acoustic or electric guitar.
Learn how to play a basic delta blues style slide on an acoustic guitar. This is played in open D.
Learn how to play a solo using the major and minor pentatonic scale in the key of A
Learn how to play a Carl Perkins inspired guitar solo in this up-tempo, rockabilly melody.
Learn how to play both the natural minor and major scale in the same song.
Learn the notes of the natural minor scale and 4 licks that you can use to spice up your playing.
In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play driving electric blues rhythm in the key of E. This is something that sounds good on your own or with a full band.
This is a 3 part acoustic blues lesson series. I’ll show you how to play both the solo and the rhythm part.
This is a 3 part lesson series in which I’ll show you some interesting ways to approach rhythm. This is played on acoustic guitar in the key of G.
This is a new 4 part mini series that will show you how to play a driving blues lead guitar and up-tempo rhythm guitar. This lead lesson was influenced by several different artists, namely Eric Clapton, Dickey Betts, and B.B. King… with some various country pedal steel licks thrown in for good measure. Hopefully there are enough out there that share my love of this style of playing to make lessons like this worth while. I will be releasing the 4 videos for this mini-series over the next few days, so be sure to check back. As always, I’ve included the tablature and jam tracks with this lesson to help you practice.
Solo blues guitar lesson in the key of B with no accompaniment
In this guitar lesson, I’ll demonstrate the fact that you don’t have to change scales every time a chord changes when playing a solo.
In this blues guitar lesson I’ll show you how to play an acoustic lead guitar part. This is a follow-up to the acoustic fingerstyle blues guitar lesson, in which I’ll show you how to play the rhythm part to this song.
This is part 1 of 2 (the follow up to this will be showing you how to play lead on top it). This is an original composition (as far as I know anyway) that was really written and composed just so that I could teach it.
Acoustic blues guitar lesson (delta style). This is something I pulled together rather quickly, just a combination of licks from various artists like Lightin’ Hopkins, Howlin’ Wolf, and John Lee Hooker to name a few.
Learn to play swing style blues similar to Brian Setzer style in this acoustic blues guitar lesson.
Learn how to play “Amazing Grace” on acoustic guitar with no accompaniment. This lesson includes the tablature.