Here we focus on something very important for guitar players of all levels.
What’s really interesting about this important topic is that it is rarely discussed. And surprisingly, even when guitarists learn about it, it’s usually cast aside as one of those things to do later. The main reason for this is because most guitarists underestimate just how powerful this simple thing is. Once guitarists try it, they notice consistent improvement in their playing.
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In honour of the upcoming President’s Day, I thought I’d provide you with a free arrangement to Yankee Doodle. This is excerpted from my course called the Top 10 Most Popular Patriotic Guitar Songs of All Time. This arrangement includes … Continue reading →
It’s time to get into a bit more detail in reading and playing guitar tab or tablature. First we will start with a diagram and translate this onto the neck of the guitar. Here are some fretboard diagrams showing you … Continue reading →
Reading music on guitar… For a lot of beginning guitar players this is the scariest thing about learning to play guitar. The good news is there is a really easy way to quickly take the notes from paper, or virtual … Continue reading →
With the new year just around the corner, I’m sure you’ll be hearing Auld Lang Syne a few times. If you play guitar or are just learning to play guitar, you may have toyed with the idea of playing Auld … Continue reading →