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Guitabulary: Burrell’s Funky Comping

Burrell's funky comping powers many of the best late 50s and 60s beatnik-jazz records. Andy Ellis helps you summon this late-night mood by using the comping mov...

Guitabulary: Slash and Burn

It's an amazing sight. Armed exclusively with a twangy 6-string resonator-an instrument most audience members associate with the likes of Son House and accompan...

Course Blog: Blues Rock Road Trip – Part 1

TrueFire Course Blogs are created by students who post summaries of their learning experience as they work through a particular TrueFire course. While an indivi...

The Memphis Sound

Keith Wyatt explores the Memphis sound from the axe of Steve Cropper, who was the guitarist for Booker T and the MGs. First, he fleshes out the rhythm part of t...

Guitabulary: The Way to Ladyland

Revered as one of the best firebrand lead guitarists to ever strap on a Strat, Hendrix was also an innovative rhythm guitarist. Joe examines Jimi's chordal sens...

Snowy Day Inspiration

Snow is hammering the East Coast like Pete Townshend hammered his Rickenbacker at the Railway Tavern circa 1964. For those of you trapped in that frozen mess, I...