Now that I bought my first acoustic guitar (I’ve always borrowed Phillip’s, who has had at least three, I think: classical, regular acoustic, and a 12 string), what songs should I learn to impress the chicks? I USED to know a lot of tunes, but that was 20 years ago: The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, etc. Plus I taught myself how to play The Trees and Closer To The
I think I’m going to buy this acoustic guitar at Costco: Yamaha EF31, because it’s cheap, but it’s Yamaha, so it ain’t garbage. Wha’cha think? It comes with a tuner, soft case, and other stuff I don’t care about, like picks. Anybody want the picks?
The Guitar Shred Show: Mr. Fastfinger reveals the arts and secrets of electric guitar to all. You’re not only learning the cool techniques and licks, you’re going to jam with one of the true masters of shred guitar. This is an excellent Flash application that provides the tabulature to “shred” guitar soloing techniques along with amusing animation. I’d like to see the same done for blues guitarists, like Clapton, Stevie,
I’m giving my first official (i.e. getting paid for it, sorta; he’s going to help me do renovations around my house in exchange; at least HE BETTER) guitar lesson tomorrow night. I have an old, cheap classical guitar which belongs to my brother. I rarely play it now, but I can read music and figure out a tune, so I have some skill I can pass on. My student wants
I don’t have a "way" yet, so I’m looking for ideas. Any sites with good tabulature and solo transcriptions? I’m looking for well known tunes; something more popular than Brook Trout, if possible. While you’re thinking about it, here’s a cool guitar chord reference site.