All tagged electric guitar
[Chris's new Kronbauer by Larry Jacobsen, Attribution 2.0 Generic]
A guitar cutaway is when a guitar's body is "cut away" just below the bottom of the neck. Cutaways make it easier to play lead guitar licks and melodies up higher on the neck, like above the 12th fret.
Want to learn more about guitar cutaways and why guitars have them? I've included a bunch of high-resolution pictures for your viewing enjoyment in this blog post.
Although it's not totally necessary to know the parts of the electric guitar when you learning, there is no harm in it either. Perhaps knowing the parts of your electric guitar in detail would help you get more engaged with the instrument.
This post will go over all of the parts of an electric guitar, and it comes with high-resolution pictures, too.
This post is a tutorial on how to play the theme song for Parks and Recreation on solo guitar. This is really hard for many guitar solo enthusiasts to play, so I've rated this solo at a 6/10 difficulty level. In other words, don't attempt this tutorial if you're brand new to solo guitar. If you have a great deal of guitar solos under your belt, perhaps around 30-40 of them, then give this solo a shot.
Full troubleshooting section included as well as video. Enjoy!
This is a video tutorial on how to play the guitar solo in Livin On A Prayer by Bon Jovi. This tutorial has a difficulty rating of 3/10. Full videos, full troubleshooting section included. Enjoy!