Learning guitar is all about being influenced and inspired by other guitar players, both past and present. This fuels your desire to play, and finding someone new to listen to and study is a great way to get yourself out of a period of little to no progress, reigniting your inspiration, motivation, and creativity with your own guitar playing.
A guitarist worth studying for these very reasons is Chet Atkins. We are going to take a close look at some of the key parts to his guitar playing style and in the process you will expand upon and improve improve your own playing.
At the core of Chet Atkins' style was country, however he could play most other things including jazz, flamenco, and classical, giving him the nickname of "Mister Guitar". Trying to cover everything that made up Chet Atkins' style of guitar playing is just not realistic to even … Read More