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How To Choose And Buy Your Acoustic Guitar?

02nd November 2012
Choosing the instrument you play is always an important decision. If you are buying your first guitar, the decision is more difficult because you may not know where to start or what to look for. So, before you do anything read these friendly words of advi... Read >
Author: Danny

Train Yourself How To Play Classical Guitar On The Internet

23rd September 2011
Have you by chance wanted to pickup the guitar and begin strumming your choice of songs but procrastinated? What about appreciating music artists and bands who are performing on stage? May be you most probably have questioned yourself: "Just how can I ... Read >
Author: guitar256

An honest review of the Yamaha C40 Nylon Strings Guitar Instrument

29th June 2011
The Yamaha C40 classical guitar could be one of Yamaha's most inexpensive full-size classical models, but its quality and tone are remarkable. A actual bargain for beginner's. Modest spending budget no longer indicates placing up with a second-rate instru... Read >
Author: Moses Curtis

Guitars through the ages

26th April 2011
Did you know that when you picked up your acoustic guitar, you're picking up an instrument with five,000 several years of historical past connected to it? Acoustic guitars are descendants of stringed instruments that had been found in many different cultu... Read >
Author: Richard Branderson

Difference Between Electric Guitar Classes and Acoustic Guitar Classes

18th February 2011
If you wish to learn to play a guitar, you might be wondering whether to begin with an electric or an classical guitar. Needless to say, how the guitar lessons you will choose will also depend on the kind of instrument you need to play. There are good gui... Read >
Author: Janise Majette

Guitar Neck Relief - How to Measure Relief for a Great Playing Guitar

23rd November 2010
First of all lets get the fundamentals out of the way. Your guitar is expected to have an adjustable rod that runs down the center of the neck. In most all cases, there is a channel or groove routed down the center of the neck, which is sized to take the ... Read >
Author: UGOL

Methods To Impress A Younger Girl

07th September 2010
The initial key to impressing younger ladies is in knowing how they think. The qualities that a younger woman looks for in a guy are the most important things to figure out first. In fact, due to their younger excitement seeking nature, a bit of danger an... Read >
Author: Joe Spencer

Most Interesting Facts About The Nylon String Guitar

19th March 2010
To be a fan from the electrical guitar and an enthusiastic player of acoustic new music, I would like to share some with the most fascinating elements with the nylon string guitar to give you an concept on the beauty of this device like a stepping stone f... Read >
Author: Wayne Webb

Best Guitar Practice Tip s -Make Learning and Practicing Your Priority!

19th August 2009
Every student of the guitar understands that practice is essential if they wish to increase their abilities. Even so, many people have trouble establishing a regular guitar practice routine. Other activities often keep them busy, leaving no room or time f... Read >
Author: Liam Gibson

Flamenco Guitar And Strings - Advice for Beginners

04th July 2008
Do you need a special type of guitar? The simple answer is No! For a beginner, any (nylon stringed) classical guitar will do the job. 1) Any guitar with steel strings on it is NOT suitable. There was a time when certain styles of Country and Western... Read >
Author: Shawn Kohan

An Introduction To The Types Of Guitar

23rd June 2008
An Introduction To The Types Of Guitar The guitar is easily the most popular instrument played today. There are a variety of guitars available for the different styles of music that is being played. There are many differences in guitar as far as their ... Read >
Author: Rick Napolitano

Long or Short Nails Playing the Classical Guitar? Which is Right for You?

02nd February 2007
The debate over long or short nails has raged since the dawn of the classical guitar and the right answer to this question is "It doesn't matter". But there are differences between the two styles and some things you should know before you decide which is ... Read >
Author: Will Kalif
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