Nicholas Tozier gets this bout of informative inspiration from rigorous military training. Find out how the armed forces can improve your guitar playing.
Sweep picking is perhaps one of my favorite techniques to toy around with and among the most challenging skills to really nail down.
Sometimes simplicity is divine.
Not everything has to be difficult. This is also true when playing guitar.
I have the most fun playing basic songs. Simple harmonies that everyone can easily identify with.
They are fun to sing along with or just mess around.
Movable chord forms are great because they allow you to play in any key by moving them up and down the fretboard.
"Movable" in this case just means "having no open strings." If you know a movable major chord, you could use that one form to play G major, Ab major, C# major, etc. Learning one movable chord form--and how to use it--is better than memorizing ten open chords.