In this one he discusses his ’59 Tele, goes through some of the settings on his Princeton amp and finally pulls out his signature Custom Shop Telecaster–one of just two done in “semi-orange.” Also shows off some of his favorite chords. Watch!
Here is a very cool little lesson by Tad Kubler and Steve Selvidge of The Hold Steady. The song is Spinners–one of my favorites off their new album Teeth Dreams. I like what they have to say at the end about rhythm. Via Guitar World
Want to mix things up a bit? Then check out these cool pentatonic scale workouts by Adrian Galysh. You can read his article on these workouts at Guitar World
Here’s what I’m working on this week. The famous 9th chords. Check it out
Ok now I’m starting to watch a bunch of Wallimann’s videos. Pretty cool guy. (You can skip to about the 2:00 mark if you want to avoid the preamble.)
Heard of the CAGED system? It’s pretty cool, and this is one of the better explanations I’ve seen.
If you’re getting a late start on the guitar and want some inspiration, check out Guitar Zero by Gary Marcus. It’s an entertaining look at how we learn music, and how age impacts the process.
You got the Pentatonic scale all figured out, right? Here’s how you take it to the next level.