Guitar Lessons

Acoustic Lessons

Looking for delta blues, Bach, flamenco - or maybe something in between? This section has got it all!


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  • Malaguena

    by Dejan Farkas

    Malaguena, or Spanish dance, is named after the town of Malaga in south of Spain. It is in triple meter and similar to fandango.

    Tags: spanish dance, apoyando, tremolo, chords, fingerstyle, nylon strings guitar, E Major, fandango, flamenco, thumb, chord melody
  • Acoustic Blues

    by Alberto Catasso

    Dedicated to the acoustic blues fans! Based on shuffle rhythm and a little bit of finger picking.

    Tags: E blues, shuffle, fingerpicking, Tommy Emmanuel, blues rhythm, chords, blues licks, solo guitar, fingerstyle, hybrid picking, blues progression, 12 bars blues
  • Justin King Style 2

    by Ramiro Delforte

    Further illustrations of this fresh acoustic style.

    Tags: percussive guitar, Legato, Slide, Two hand tapping, Slap, Tapped harmonics, Percussive techniques, D minor, strumming, rasgueo
  • Acoustic Blues Workshop - Level 1 - Delta Blues

    by Ivan Milenkovic

    Delta blues is a very distinctive blues style, one of the first blues styles known. In this lesson we will do some simple fingerstyle Delta Blues licks.

    Tags: fingerstyle, Old school, Mississippi, E Minor Pentatonic, E Minor Blues, E Dorian, blues licks, blues solo, acoustic blues solo, double stops, rhythm
  • Percussive Guitar - Erik Mongrain Style

    by Ramiro Delforte

    An unusual way to play the guitar. Contains slap and tapping.

    Tags: G Major, tapping, slapping, acoustic, Justin King, Randy Collins, Andreas Kapsalis, Andy McKee, Kaki King, Bob Kilgore, Chael Garfield
  • Latin Rhythms: Bolero & Cha-cha-cha

    by Gerardo Siere

    Rhythm patterns for your right hand suitable for Bolero and Cha-cha-cha

    Tags: latin, common harmonic progression, percussive, chord progression, fingerstyle, chords, rhythm variations, comping, Argentina, Folk
  • Canon Rag

    by Dejan Farkas

    Ragtime is a musical genre that was mostly in use at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, and it was the first real American music genre. It has a predominant bass and chords patterns on odd and even beats and a syncopated melody.

    Tags: ragtime, D major, drop D, dropped D tuning, fingerstyle, fingerpicking, chord patterns, odd, even beats, syncopated melody, american music genre, Scott Joplin
  • Jazz Manouche

    by Jad Diab

    An introduction to Jazz manouche. It contains lot of phrases that are typical of the style, and can teach you theory that can be helpful when improving or composing.

    Tags: Jazz manouche, arpeggios, triads, Django Reindhart, nylon strings, picking, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, jazz phrases, jazz improvisation, following the chords, Angello Debarre, Stochelo Rosenberg, Biréli Lagrène, Horizontal arpeggios, Diminished arpeggios played over dominant chords, Bitonal arpeggios, Chromatism
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