Flashback! Jumpin’ Jack Flash Live at Tamworth with Steve Flack and Angry Anderson

Vid from The Vault! The Nice Boys – Steve Flack, Angry Anderson, Rick Fenn (10cc), Mick O’Shea.   […]

An Interview With Steve Flack on His Eric Clapton Medley

Steve’s latest compilation pays homage to the great Eric Clapton. I sat down with Steve to find out his thought process behind the arrangement and his deep admiration for one of the greatest guitarists of our time, Eric Clapton.   […]

Flack Attack! 4 Playlists on the new Steve Flack Guitar Academy YouTube channel you need to check out.

Steve Flack’s Guitar Heroes   Over the past decade Steve has been a feature contributor to Australian Guitar Magazine. Producing over 200 interviews and a tonne of jaw dropping tutorials you wish you knew about years ago. Here are some of the YouTube playlists that you can subscribe and binge. […]

Steve Flack’s Rare Interview with Australian Jazz Guitarist Carl Dewhurst

    In this informative interview with Carl Dewhurst, I’ve learned to understand that Steve Flack has a lifelong love and passion for the guitar and his investigations and interviews reveal secrets into some of the most influential guitarists and musicians Australia has produced. These are valuable insights into their education, work ethic and careers as professional musicians. As a student of the craft, it is essential to understand what it takes to reach this level of performance. […]

Can I teach myself guitar?

Ever found yourself staring at a guitarist in action, their hands moving intuitively and without effort to create a dynamic sound with depth, excitement, and intrigue? How do they do that? You wonder. Can I teach myself guitar? The short answer is yes. You can teach yourself guitar. The long answer is a little more [...]

How to get better at guitar – right now

Even the most talented guitar players hit a brick wall every now and again, so if you are experiencing musician’s block, don’t fret. You can get better at guitar right now by stepping outside of your comfort zone, challenging yourself, expand your musical knowledge, or by taking a few days’ rest. Here are six tips [...]

Guitar Heroes perform ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’

Every now and again we come across one of those songs, songs that get under our skin. They evoke real emotion in a way that only music can. They stick with us – their melody popping into our minds when we least expect it, reminding us of a faraway place, a different time, someone [...]

Ultimate Christmas gift guide for music lovers

The silly season is well and truly here. If you haven’t already, it’s time to kick-start your Christmas shopping. We all have that one friend or family member that lives and breathes music. And if you’re not that into music yourself, it can be a little tricky deciding what, exactly, to buy them. Don’t fret! [...]

Is guitar the best instrument?

Is guitar the best instrument? Yes. The guitar is the best instrument because it’s versatile, relatively inexpensive, and it can be played alone or with others, plugged in or acoustically. But don’t just take our word for it. It’s estimated that 0.7 per cent of the world’s population can play guitar. That might not [...]

How to calm nerves before a performance

Got an upcoming guitar performance? It’s totally normal to feel a little – or a lot – anxious. Feeling nervous and stressed is something both beginner and seasoned guitarists alike experience. Here are four useful tips you can try to calm nerves before a big performance, whether that be your Trinity College London [...]