Over the last month, we've put together a few guides to help you get the most out of one of the best parts of music - playing with others!
Here's all those resources in this ever-expanding list to help you setup your first successful jam session or band.
For those of you who prefer going solo, here's some pretty compelling reasons to incorporate group music sessions into your practice regime.
These tips apply to musicians of all skill levels, and aren't solely related to playing with other guitarists (in fact, you'll probably learn a lot more from playing with other instrumentalists and vocalists).
Finding or creating a great rehearsal space can make a big impact on the success of your jam sessions.
Here's everything you should consider before setting up your practice space or hiring a rehearsal studio for your group.
Having good songs to play together will make learning and performing together much easier.
It can be particularly hard to find a good arrangement of a song for playing with two guitars, so this guide will help you choose, prepare and perform songs with another guitarist, regardless of their (or your) skill level.
We'll keep updating this list with new tips and resources as we go, so feel free to ask questions in the comments below!