Of all the members in a band, guitar players tend to receive the most adoration. This doesn’t mean in any way that the efforts of the other members go unnoticed or are less appreciated – there’s just something about guitar players that people are drawn to. A lot of individuals notice this, and when the desire to learn an instrument wells up inside of them, the six-string axe becomes a very desirable choice. You can’t just pick up a guitar and change the world – it takes time to figure out what you’re doing. Learn some information on chords and scales over at the interactive resource called Chordbook.com.

Even if you don’t have a guitar, Chordbook.com will show you the way to learning what you need to know about the good ol’ geetar. I wish I would have known about this site when I was first figuring out how to play. Select any one of the chords that you’d like to see, and the site will show you how to form the chord on the guitar neck. Instead of only seeing the chord, you can also hear it. The inventive types can drag the notes around on the neck to create their own Frankenstein chords and hear what they sound like by just clicking the Strum button. If you like what you made, save the chord to your personal collection. The guitar tuner will assist you in getting the sound that you want, and the collection of scales will have you soloing in no time.

Now get out there and own that stage, brotha’.