Reverb's Lesson Extravaganza

Guitars, Bass & More
Synths & Keys
Recording & Audio
Drums & Percussion

Over the years, we've assembled enough lessons and how-to videos to keep you busy for days, no matter how you make music.

Use the tabs above to navigate to different instrument types. Below, you'll find song- and technique-based lessons, videos from our own Reverb hosts and visiting artists, and recording tutorials you can use in your home studio.

We hope you can use these to experiment with a new technique, nail a new song, or take as inspiration for your own personal style.

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Guitars, Basses & More

Whether you're looking to learn classic rock, metal, folk, or nearly any other genre, we have you covered. Jeff Massey's long-running guitar tutorials alone are a treasure trove for blues and rock enthusiasts, as Massey expertly covers the work of Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, Albert King, and more. But, as you'll see in our selection of lessons below, there's a huge variety of tricks and licks to explore.

In addition to the bass videos featured below, low-enders should also check out Jake Hawrylak's Bass Walk of the Week series in its entirety.

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Synths & Keyboards

Unless you're brand-new to Reverb, you've probably seen more than a few our Synth Sounds of... series, but it's worth diving into the backlog. For some of the best of the best—along with demonstrations of piano-led classics like "Life on Mars"—look below.

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Recording and Production

If you're looking to record at home, you'll find everything you need at our Basics of Home Recording guide, but we also have a trove of great videos on Experimental Recording Techniques and other fun, informative tricks. We've assembled some of our favorites of each below.

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Drums & Percussion

For drummers, Reverb has a huge assortment of lessons, including multiple series of videos with Ilan Rubin, Jordan West, and our ongoing videos with host Jessica Burdeaux.

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