To wrap up this 3-part series, we will look at three additional tips that will help you to learn the guitar on your own.Continue reading
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In part 1 of this series, we looked at three important tips to get you learning to play the guitar quickly. Now let’s continue with some additional and equally important tips.Continue reading
You’ve decided it’s time to learn to play guitar. You’ve put it off for long enough.
Now that you are ready, the big question you have is: “what’s the best way to learn guitar on your own?”
The good news is there are many effective ways to learn guitar on your own. The bad news is there are many, many ways that you can waste your valuable time.Continue reading
Are you sometimes puzzled about the best fret-hand fingerings to use in a new song?
Well, you are not alone.
Many guitarists find it difficult to determine the best and correct fingerings for songs. Today we will demystify the basics of fret-hand fingerings so you can answer the question:
“Which finger goes where?”Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how a guitarist can play the melody and chords for a song simultaneously? Want to be able to do it on your own guitar?
The guitar is an incredibly versatile instrument, and when you know how to do it, you can create great sounding chord melodies for many songs.
What is a Chord-Melody Arrangement for Guitar?
In chord-melody technique, or chord-melody style, a song is specifically arranged so that the melody line is simultaneously played with suitable accompanying chords on the guitar.Continue reading
As the New Year approaches, many guitar players and aspiring guitar players will be setting New Year’s resolutions.
But let’s face it: Most people have a hard time keeping their resolutions.
If there was a simple and effective way to improve your chances of keeping your resolutions and it only takes a few minutes to do, would you be interested?
If so read on…Continue reading
Here is an intermediate guitar arrangement for Auld Lang Syne. It’s done in chord-melody style. This means the piece has been arranged so you can play the melody and chords together.Continue reading