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Guitar Finger Dexterity. Hands -On Guitar Tips.

Guitar Finger Dexterity. Hands -On Guitar Tips.

Andy | April 1, 2019 | 1 Comment

How to improve your guitar Finger Dexterity, Placement, and Technique. Are you having trouble getting clean notes or chords without dead notes? Are your chord changes awkward and slow? If so, I have some advice that should help. The first piece of advice that I will offer to you concerning guitar finger dexterity and placement […]

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5 Common Practice Routine Problems – And How to Solve Them

5 Common Practice Routine Problems – And How to Solve Them

Andy | April 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

5 Common Practice Routine Problems – And How to Solve Them 1) Not Having One At All! There are two types of guitarists in this world – those who have a practice routine, and those who need a practice routine. Repeated, regulated practice is vital in improving your skill level at absolutely anything, from sports […]

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Guitar practice tips for beginners

Guitar practice tips for beginners

Andy | April 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

Introduction: Guitar practice tips for beginners The guitar is a noble instrument that has been around for quite some time. Even though it gained a massive boost in popularity during the past few centuries, it was first used by native Egyptian tribes, and being a “guitarist” in those days was considered as a great honor. […]

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Top 5 Mistakes for Beginner Guitar Players

Top 5 Mistakes for Beginner Guitar Players

Andy | December 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Before you start being overwhelmed with your new skill, it is important for you to understand some of the common mistakes beginners make, so you can easily avoid them! Even if you’re fortunate to use the best electric guitar for beginners – this may still help you progress easier. Top 5 Mistakes for Beginner Guitar […]

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Guitar practice tips for beginners

Guitar practice tips for beginners

Andy | October 23, 2017 | 1 Comment

Introduction The guitar is a noble instrument that has been around for quite some time. Even though it gained a massive boost in popularity during the past few centuries, it was first used by native Egyptian tribes, and being a “guitarist” in those days was considered as a great honor. Nowadays, we have millions and […]

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How To Make Your Guitar Practice Fun?

How To Make Your Guitar Practice Fun?

Andy | April 6, 2017 | 1 Comment

How To Make Your Guitar Practice Fun? Article by David Milsont Often, it is seen that people who pursue learning any musical instrument, easily quit in the beginning only. There are various reasons behind it. But, the major reason behind the beginners to stop learning a musical instrument like a guitar is that they are […]

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Beginners Guide To Barre Chords

Beginners Guide To Barre Chords

Andy | December 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

What Are Barre Chords? Barre chords are one of the most versatile type of guitar chords there is. Although not absolutely necessary to learn for all guitarists, it is highly recommended to learn how to play them as they open up a whole range of possibilities. Barre chords enable guitarists to play chords in every key (from A – […]

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Your First Song, Pt. 4: How to Sing and Play Guitar

Your First Song, Pt. 4: How to Sing and Play Guitar

Cody Robinson | June 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

Welcome to the final part of Your First Guitar Song, a four-part series made especially for beginner guitarists. Last week, in Pt. 3: Changing Chords, we combined the three chords from Part One with the strumming pattern from Part Two to play the verse guitar for ‘Twist and Shout’ by The Beatles. If you’ve made it […]

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Your First Song, Pt. 3: Changing Chords

Your First Song, Pt. 3: Changing Chords

Cody Robinson | June 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

Welcome to Part Three of Your First Song, a four-part series made especially for beginner guitarists. In Pt 2: How to Strum a Guitar, we used one of the three chords from Pt 1: Easy Guitar Chords to play the basic strumming pattern for ‘Twist and Shout’ by The Beatles. Now that we’ve got the rhythm of […]

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Your First Song, Pt. 2: How to Strum a Guitar

Your First Song, Pt. 2: How to Strum a Guitar

Cody Robinson | June 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Welcome to Part Two of Your First Guitar Song, a four-part series made especially for beginner guitarists. Last week in Part One we learned the three easy guitar chords (G, A, and D major) needed to play ‘Twist and Shout’ by The Beatles. Now that we’ve learned the finger positions for these chords, let’s learn […]

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4 More Electric Guitar Songs for Beginners

4 More Electric Guitar Songs for Beginners

Justin | June 2, 2016 | 4 Comments

Now that you’ve mastered four easy electric guitar songs, it’s time to take things up a notch. Here are four more electric guitar songs for beginners that will push you to improve without driving you crazy. 1. Blitzkrieg Bop by The Ramones If you somehow think you haven’t heard Blitzkrieg Bop, you’ll probably recognize it […]

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Your First Song, Pt. 1: Easy Guitar Chords

Your First Song, Pt. 1: Easy Guitar Chords

Cody Robinson | May 30, 2016 | 5 Comments

Welcome to Part One of Your First Song, a four-part series made especially for beginner guitarists. If you want to learn to play a song but you’re feeling a little intimidated, have no fear: learning a song can actually be very easy. Just follow the simple instructions from each of the four parts in this […]

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4 Easy Electric Guitar Songs and How to Play Them

4 Easy Electric Guitar Songs and How to Play Them

Justin | March 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

‘Some songs only need one or two fingers to play.’ When I first started playing guitar, finding easy electric guitar songs seemed impossible. I thought all of the bands I listened to played stuff that was too hard for me to learn. It took me a few months of frustration before I found any song I […]

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How to Play a Legato Slide on Guitar

How to Play a Legato Slide on Guitar

Justin | March 17, 2016 | 1 Comment

Why should I learn how to play a legato slide? The legato slide is one of the first skills every guitarist should learn. Here’s why: It’s easy. It’s used in a lot of songs. It gives you a quick way to add style and flair when moving along the fretboard. It’s an incredibly versatile technique, […]

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