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The guitar player from The Steepwater Band breaks down everything it takes to start playing slide guitar.
Joe runs through a quick guitar lesson showcasing one of rock 'n' roll's greatest riffs.
Do you end up hating a song while learning it because you have to go back and listen to the same part 50 times?
One of our favorite ukulele players gave us a great lesson on learning how to play a song you love on your chosen instrument.
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Recording in analog is labor intensive and requires a very different approach than digital. Is it worth the headache?
A shiny new instrument or a new pedal won't make you a better musician. But a metronome will.
Even though distortion is key to metal tone, these are the tools that will make your guitar sound even more huge.
Daniel Villareal and Peter Vale are back with another Latin beats lesson. This time, they're teaching us the Afro-Cuban 6/8.
It's finally here - one of our most-requested Potent Pairings. Get out the fuzz, EQ, and reverb, tune low, and go for it.
These may be the oldest effects around, but adventurous effect builders are taking tremolo and vibrato to wild new places.
Learn how to play five of the quiet Beatle's most memorable riffs, including "Something" and "Here Comes The Sun."
With over 60 years of production and a stamp mixing English and Arabic, these cymbals can be dated by their logo design.
Japanese guitars from the '60s look incredible, but you want to make sure the one you're buying plays just as well.
You don't have to play a uke to appreciate Jake's pedal choices - or appreciate his insane electric lead tone.
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