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The Solution To Your Guitar String Skipping Problems

29th August 2012
String skipping on guitar may be the least complicated technique available. Not even! Just about every guitarist can have certain string skipping difficulties during the learning process. And yet with only a little focused work, the willingness to make a ... Read >
Author: Phil Johnson

Musical Terms Explained For Singers

02nd April 2012
Not every singer can read sheet music, even if they have passed a course of vocal lessons. But if you come across a page of black lines and notes with little tails, Italian words and strange symbols, knowing what this notation means can help you perform ... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

Why Do Some Guitar Pickups Sound Great And Others Sound Dull?

28th October 2011
Let's start by stating that what is thought to be a great guitar pickup by one guitarist may not be considered nice by another. This is all about tone and everybody has a completely different idea of what the right tone is. A well made pickup is just l... Read >
Author: Todd Witzken

Immersion Guitar Lessons

16th September 2011
The experience of learning to play guitar should be viewed as a life-long process, and not a short-term diversion that will be replaced by the next fad or popular pastime. In fact, the desire to create a soulful connection with oneself and the life we liv... Read >
Author: Steve Widman

Martin DSM Strong Leading Dreadnought MahoganySpruce Acoustic Guitar

14th February 2011
This acoustic guitar from Martin packs a substantial quantity of tone into a guitar with a truly excellent price tag, especially contemplating it is a Martin. It's excellent information for any guitarist looking to get their initial Martin or everyone int... Read >
Author: joanne

Six Great Tips For Learning Lead Guitar

24th August 2010
If you want to learn to play lead guitar then you already know it is a combination of theory, technique, and natural talent. Everyone wants to be the best lead guitarist they can be. Everyone knows that you have to address the basics such as reading music... Read >
Author: GeetarMack

What to do for increasing finger speed?

04th July 2010
Finger speed is a very important if you are indulged in any activity which involves continuous use of your fingers. For example, if you are playing guitar or chopping vegetables; it is vital that your fingers are strong and speedy. Are you a typist? If ye... Read >
Author: Pardhi Media Marketing

How Learning Good Strumming Patterns Can Make You A Great Guitarist

10th February 2010
It is probably the biggest indication that a guitarist has truly mastered their art. A guitarist that has a much-personalised Strumming pattern can make any song sound a little interesting. Even the most basic of tunes can come to life when a guitar is th... Read >
Author: Paul Ritchie

Elixir Acoustic Guitar Strings: The Basics of String Theory

13th November 2009
Hi, I'm Josh. I'm a local guitarist who's been in the California bar circuit for nearly a decade now. When I'm not playing session guitars for my buddies in the industry, I provide them with quality guitar servicing as a luthier and parts dealer in downto... Read >
Author: guitar

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

It’s never too late to learn to play guitar

15th June 2009
No time is a bad time to start learning a new instrument, and the guitar is no different. Age doesn't really matter if you have a positive attitude, and are willing to start at the starting. Studies have shown that biological age is hardly the biggest bar... Read >
Author: vishaldwivedi

How To Take Care Of Your Acoustic Guitar

22nd April 2009
When you buy an acoustic guitar you tend to be distracted with learning how to play it and you can forget to think about how to take care of it. Here is a quick rundown on how to take care of your acoustic guitar. YOur acoustic guitar is a delicate instru... Read >
Author: Ricky Sharples

Developing better guitar string bends

10th March 2009
I have mentioned before, just how important the smaller techniques in guitar playing are. In fact, I put more emphasis on these techniques than techniques like sweep picking, tapping, or legato. Accents are what really make a guitarist's playing shin... Read >
Author: Jon Sibbs

Guitar Pinch Harmonics - How To Make Your Guitar Screech

02nd September 2008
If I had to recommend one guitarist for a student to listen too, when learning guitar and attempting to get to grips with pinch harmonics, I would have to choose Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top fame.This Texas style player is an absolute master of the pinch and b... Read >
Author: Dave Long

Look Cool with Custom Guitar Straps.

28th September 2006
A guitar is not just a sweet sounding instrument. It is a good-looking instrument in the hands of a good guitarist. You can make your guitar look as good as you wish. In a different vein, any guitar will appear shabby in the hands of a shabby guitarist. S... Read >
Author: Max Cane
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