This short video is an introduction to major triad inversions on the first three strings (E, B and G strings) of the guitar. Once you learn these three moveable shapes, you can use them for any major chord; extending your creative possibilities to the entire length of the fretboard.
I bought My Aim Is True on vinyl back in the mid 80's and instantly became an Elvis Costello fan. I listened to his music for a few years and then got into other things. A student of mine recently asked to learn some of the songs from this album. I was completely amazed when I went back and listened to it for probably first time in at least thirty years. I had forgotten how much this album rocks! The sound of it is also so rich and incredible. The drums sound enormous. The gu
A few months ago, I wrote a post entitled "A Musical Revolution Hiding In Plain Site?". The post was about my rediscovery of the iPad version of GarageBand. For those who are not familiar with this app, you can check it out here: GarageBand for iOS. It is pretty amazing in many ways. In a nutshell, it is an app that can be used to play, create and record music. It is incredibly fun and easy to use. My seven year old loves it as much as I do. As I started to play around with t