Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Guitar news

I've been working lately developing good resources for guitar players wtiting tabs and notation on how to play country blues scales, some alternative blues chords and scales in the key of E and A.

I've also uploaded a few guitar recordings at www.acousticguitarist.wordpress.com and also www.the-guitarplayer.com

If you are interested in improving your playing you will find numerous documents in both open and normal tuning.

The tunings used are standard with a dropped D, DADGAD, CGCGCF

10 comments:

james said...

Hey great stuff pal.I have been learning guitar from 5 months and i found it very interesting.
Do you have something on rythm guitar playing?
james

Tony Hogan said...

Hi James

I don't have much on rhythm playing at present, I'm in the middle of developing content at the moment that covers all aspects of playing. Keeping dropping by and you'll find plenty of stuff to work with at the-guitarplayer.com and the acousticguitarist.wordpress.com

Tony

james said...

hey thanks a lot Tony!!
I have been learning to play guitar through one of the resource learn guitar.
What do you think about this resource?
I appreciate your help.
james

james said...

Hey tony thanx,
Well i have been learning guitar through few resources.
learn
guitar

What do you think about this resource?
It helped me a lot in learning how to play guitar.
james

james said...

Hey thank you tony for your helpful advice,i did many surveys on how to play guitar
What do you think about this resource?
james

boyward said...

Nice little blog you've got here mate.

Tony Hogan said...

Hi James, the link didn't come through.. Apologies on the delay, I've been focusing on my other two blogs. Thanks for doing the surveys, am still putting resources together. Will contact you when I get a few up and running Tony

Tony Hogan said...

Thanks boyward ..is that any Aussie Beer or an English one?

Kinshuk Chandra said...

nice blog man, your blog is a good resource for guitar learning.

Zombie Money said...

Thanks good tips :)