Have you ever stopped and thought about why the guitar is tuned the way that it is?
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It seems pretty obvious why we as musicians wanna have good aural skills. But the mere words of aural skills and ear training makes some people (especially guitarists) get the chills.
Here's my first reaction to the main title of Star Trek: Discovery.
In the three preceding parts of this series we have looked at the construction of the different kind of chords. If you haven’t read these parts I strongly urge you to do so before reading on as the concepts explained in this part will draw heavily on the concepts explained in part one, part two and part three.
You just got a guitar and you wanna start playing songs well these are the riffs to get started with:
To all the beginners out there...I am in your shoes. I started playing acoustic guitar just over 6 months ago. From the process of buying my first guitar to now building an electric Diddley bow and playing better than I thought I would at this point in my guitar-learning journey, I have learned a lot about learning guitar.
Why that ticking thing is your best friend.
In today’s article I would like to tell you about two positions of the guitar while playing sitting. I will do a quick review of them and then, describe their both advantages and disadvantages.
Learning all the notes on the fretboard can be a very daunting prospect, but I’m here to help! In this video lesson I’ll be sharing with you my top 10 tips for ‘Fretboard Freedom’ - how you can effectively learn all the notes on the guitar fretboard.
Moving through all your major and minor chords as a beginner is tough.
If you have read the first two parts of this series, you will have no problem in understanding this section on the suspended, diminished and altered chords.
When first learning to play, one problem most of my students struggle with is being able to move from chord to chord. The problem usually comes down to two things: either not enough regular practice, or they just can’t remember where their fingers go on the fretboard.