Wonderful melodic finger style guitar from someone who’s played with artists as diverse as Chet Atkins and the Atlanta Chamber Orchestra.
The latest release from a young, ambitious five-piece band out of Crown Point, Indiana who definitely know how to rock.
A quick visit to the Guitar Noise Forum will let anyone know that many of our members are big fans of the “Blues You Can Use” series of tutorial books. Mark Morrow found (and purchased) the “Blues You Can Use Book of Guitar Chords” on a recent visit to his local guitar store and shares his findings and thoughts with you all.
Starpics are plectrums or guitar picks handcrafted in Australia from semi-precious and precious stones. Guitar Noise stalwart Vic Lewis gives us this thoughtful look at these stone beauties.
Natasha Borzilova, formerly of Grammy-nominated Bering Strait, originally from Russia and now living in Nashville. This is her first solo outing.
Andre Marins began studying classical guitar at eleven, and went on to study Jazz improvisation. This album is a fusion.
Have you ever wanted to just be able to land anywhere on the fretboard and play? The Rosetta Stone of Guitar is an instructional DVD/book that teaches a really easy set of patterns. It isn’t about learning to solo, it’s about learning to see.
The Guitar Lesson Companion is a hybrid of lesson companion, instruction manual and method book. On the surface, it seems to be a throwback to the Method books of old. But to dismiss this gem of a book as that beginning guitarist’s nightmare would be foolish.