1. Tips On Teaching Others How To Play Guitar

    Tips On Teaching Others How To Play Guitar
      Playing the guitar requires so much practice. If you have sailed through all the difficulties involved and you are now a great guitarist, it’s good to pass this knowledge to other interested individuals. It’s, in fact, a great opportunity to make money from what you like doing. If this is your area of interest, then you can use the tips on teaching others how to play guitar, as discussed below. They will provide you a sure way to witness your dream come true.   Continue reading →
  2. 7 Tips To Speed Up Your Learning On Guitar

    7 Tips To Speed Up Your Learning On Guitar
      Most people who want to become famous guitar players are often under the impression that they can just pick up a guitar and after a few attempts start belting out some reasonable sounding music. What they don't realize is that what they are tempting to do has taken others many years of practice at least for those who are on the top music charts. Not many people can pick up a guitar and make a wonderful sound regenerate from it after the first few tries. If one is thinking of becoming a guitar player then they must also think of the work that is going to have to be put into it.   Continue reading →
  3. Tips On Learning To Play Classical Guitar

    Tips On Learning To Play Classical Guitar
    While the traditional steel string acoustic gets plenty of love in modern music, you can't discount the unique and beautiful tone that is unique to the nylon classical guitar. And speaking of nylon, strings aren't the only differences between these two type of guitars. Learning how to play the classical guitar is very similar to starting off with a steel string acoustic, but there are enough differences that they should be tackled in slightly different ways. Below, we take a look at a few key tips that will help you properly learn to play a classical guitar.   Continue reading →
  4. The Do's and Don'ts Of Learning Guitar Chords

    The Do's and Don'ts Of Learning Guitar Chords
    Learning to play the guitar, or any instrument for that matter is easily one of the most rewarding endeavors you can make. But as you probably already know, it ain't easy! From my work with beginners, I have found that the thing they have the most trouble with early in their journey is chords. While switching and fingering guitar chords becomes second nature, they start off as foreign shapes that feel as though only some sort of hand contortionist could pull off. Eventually, we learn, and so do our fingers. With that in mind, we'd like to share a few of the do's and don'ts of learning guitar chords.   Continue reading →
  5. Guitar Weight And Its Effect On Tone

    Guitar Weight And Its Effect On Tone
    There’s a lot that goes into a guitar’s signature tone. There’s the pickups – of course – as well as the makeup of the wood, not to mention the type of body. But beyond that, the weight of the instrument also plays an integral role. And just as there are those who swear by either single coils or humbuckers, there too is a debate over what sounds better – a lighter guitar or a heavier one. The general consensus among guitarists says that a lighter instrument will resonate better in response to the full spectrum of string vibrations and thereby yield a more musical sound, consisting of brighter highs and a more “open” tone. On the other hand, heavier guitars are generally praised for their richer, fuller sound which is due to the relatively massive size of the wood used to anchor the pickups, strings and in a way, the tone itself.   Continue reading →

Items 6 to 10 of 241 total