Online Guitar Lessons from Six Master Guitarists
- Paul Gilbert
Rock Guitar Lessons with Paul Gilbert
In addition to his legendary riffs, sweep picking, shredding, and string skipping arpeggios – Paul Gilbert is a natural when it comes to guitar instruction. He first made his name with Racer X, solidified his reputation with Platinum selling Mr. Big and reached new heights on the G3 Tour with Joe Satriani and John Petrucci.
- Jason Vieaux
Classical Guitar Lessons with Jason Vieaux
One of the “youngest stars of the guitar world” according to the New York Times, Jason Vieaux is a musician noted for virtuosic and stirring performances, imaginative programming, and rare communicative gifts. In addition to his live performances and eleven critically acclaimed albums, Jason is a founding guitar instructor at the world-renowned Curtis Institute of Music and is Head of the Guitar Department at the Cleveland institute of Music.
- Martin Taylor
Fingerstyle Guitar Lessons with Martin Taylor
M.B.E., Martin Taylor’s one-of-a-kind fingerstyle technique defies category and transcends genres as limiting as jazz. Now, after having benefited from his own mentors, Grammy nominated Taylor himself is assuming the mentor mantle, passing along his legacy and offering his knowledge online via ArtistWorks Video Exchange™ Platform.
- Bryan Sutton
Acoustic Guitar Lessons with Bryan Sutton
Grammy Award winning guitarist Bryan Sutton cut his teeth with Ricky Skaggs’ Kentucky Thunder. Since then he has won the International Bluegrass Musician’s Association Guitarist of the Year no less than six times. In between his session and live work, Bryan teaches his bluegrass flatpick guitar mastery online at ArtistWorks Guitar Campus.
- Andreas Oberg
Jazz Guitar Lessons with Andreas Oberg
Andreas Oberg is a graduate of the Royal Music Academy has quickly become one the fastest-rising guitar sensations in the world. He is one of the famed “Benedetto Players" and his most recent CD is “Six String Evolution” was released by Resonance Records. Oberg’s electrifying style uses jazz as jumping off point for improvising in a multitude of styles including gypsy, pop, blues and more.
- Andy Hall
Dobro Lessons with Andy Hall
Andy Hall started off on electric guitar but soon fell in love with the dobro and has never looked back. He's since gone on to play with Dolly Parton, Earl Scruggs, Emmylou Harris, Lee Greenwood, Zack Brown, Charlie Daniels, Rodney Crowell and many others. Andy is a founding member of acclaimed bluegrass band, The Infamous Stringdusters, who in 2007 won three IBMA awards for their debut album, "Fork In The Road". Andy is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music.