Guitar Tricks Blog
Posted October 2, 2017

Acoustic Guitar Songs - 6 Not So Easy!

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If you're like me and get bored of strumming the same old three chords, playing the same old songs, there's one thing I like to do, and that's to learn new, challenging songs. Some of the most difficult songs to play are either super fast, sweep and shred fests, or really intricate fingerpicking songs on an acoustic. Since I'm not Herman Li and my left hand is mostly useless, fingerpicking is more of my style. If you want to learn some new chor

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Posted July 24, 2017

Learn the Pentatonic Scale with these Eric Clapton Hits

Photo by Matt Gibbons, taken 15 August 1975; originally uploaded 23 May 2008. CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/], via Wikimedia Commons, source: Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/ultomatt/445724660/

In the right hands, especially those that have been blessed by mythical crossroads, the pentatonic scale is a powerful tool for any guitarist. If you're not yet familiar with the scale, check it out here. Which is why little-known guitar&a

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Posted July 10, 2017

PRS Behind The Scenes: Artists Advice to Beginning Guitarists

In the most recent Vans Warped Tour, PRS artists definitely made a statement with a wide variety of guitars. PRS recently spoke with Miguel Cardona (Sylar), Pat Dimitri (Andy Black & Watsky), Mason Gainer (Bad Seed Rising) and Sam Bowden (Neck Deep) about their advice to new players, which you can check out below.

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Posted July 10, 2017

5 Famous Artists and their Famous Guitars

It's arguable that the instruments here were responsible for immortalizing the artists that played them. From dusty strats, to custom-built axes, these are five famous guitars, and the stories behind them.

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Posted April 12, 2017

Paul Reed Smith S2 Series Artists


While options for a new guitar seem limitless, there is one company that continually pushes the envelope on design, sound, class and playability: Paul Reed Smith. In 2013, PRS created the S2 series, standing for “Stevensville 2,” which is a line of guitars made inside their Stevensville, MD workshop.

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