Our goal is to support you on your playing journey, no matter what instrument you play or what skill level. Dive into our newest music lessons below.
Get more from your chords! Angela Petrilli introduces us to simple inversions that will help you enhance the chords you know!
Add to your blues! This easy “walk-up” and “turnaround” quickly enhances the 12-bar blues shuffle in E. Danielle Miraglia shows us how to apply these two licks to the 12-bar pattern. Both are simple, fun, and essential building blocks for beginners playing the blues.
Play an easy blues lick! Danielle teaches the basic E minor pentatonic blues scale, and then she shows how to use it to play a classic blues lick. Essential and fun, this scale is perfect for beginners.
Play a Blues Shuffle! This easy 12-bar blues in A is essential to know, and fun to play. Danielle Miraglia breaks it down simply so you’ll be playing the blues in no time!
With the “pinchie” technique, 2021 “Blues Act of the Year” Danielle Miraglia shows you how to take a simple fingerstyle picking pattern to the next level. This trick is a great way to easily add accented beats to your fingerpicking.
Play Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar” with this funky fingerpicking trick! You can apply Danielle’s easy “thumb, pluck, slap” technique to give a new, funky fingerstyle feel to many pop or cover songs you already know how to play.
In this quick video Melanie Faye shows you the first steps to learning chords and the basics of major & minor scales! These key starting points will set you on the right path to get learning!
This is a quick overview of some chords you will want to know how to play. YouTuber and touring professional Melanie Faye shows you the standard shapes and approaches to some of the most common guitar chords, and also how they relate to each other!
2021 “Blues Act of the Year” Danielle Miraglia shows the basics of fingerstyle guitar playing with this simple right-hand pattern that is perfect for beginners. Using this simple technique you can make one guitar sound like two!