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Intro to Parts of a Guitar

Intro to Parts of a Guitar

Do you know your head from your output jack? Whether you're playing acoustic or electric, knowing the parts of a guitar will help you communicate about your instrument and learn to be a better player. Get ready to dive in to this guitar guide and make a vow never to mix up your neck and your fingerboard again! Let's start at the top, or the head, of your guitar. You'll find your tuning keys attached to the head of your guitar. These can be turned to loosen or tighten each string and adjust th … Read More

Intro to Parts of a Guitar
Do you know your head from your output jack? Whether you're playing acoustic or electric, knowing the parts of a guitar will help you communicate about your instrument and learn to be a better player. Get ready to dive in to this guitar guide and make a vow never to mix up your neck and your fingerboard again! Let's start at the top, or the head, of your guitar. You'll find your tuning keys attached to the head of your guitar. These can be turned to loosen or tighten each string and adjust th
Types of Ukuleles: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide
Whether you want to buy your first ukulele or upgrade to a new instrument, there are several different types of ukuleles to choose from. Here, ukulele teacher Michael L. introduces you to the different types of ukuleles so you can make the best decision for your goals and your budget... When you're shopping for a ukulele (for yourself or your child), it's important to know the different types of ukuleles so you can find the right fit for you. There are several different types of ukuleles;
6 Definite Signs That You Were Born to Sing
Do you love to sing? Check out this list below by St. Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L. and find out if you were meant for a lifetime of music -- or perhaps even a singing career...   Sometimes, you think you may want to try. Sometimes, you're not really sure. And sometimes, you just know that you were born to sing. Now, while Justin Timberlake (according to Mama Timberlake) may have been singing harmony to commercial jingles when he was two years old, the signs are not always th
Musicians' Checklist: 23 Little Things That Will Help You Nail Your Next Gig
Congrats on getting the big gig! Whether you're preparing for your band's first show or your album-release party, these tips will help you learn how to promote your band, make your best impression on stage, and get invited back to the venue to do it all again. Share this Image On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to TakeLessons with this graphic.</strong></p><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p><a href='/blog/how-to-promote
3 Fun Rhythm Guitar Patterns So You Can Learn to Sing and Play
Mastering a few basic rhythm guitar patterns is key to learning how to sing and play guitar at the same time. Follow this guide from guitar teacher Andy T. and you'll be strumming like a boss in no time... Singing and playing guitar at the same time is one of the most challenging things that a musician can do. ItÂ’s like patting your head and rubbing your stomach, only ten times more difficult. Today, we are going to look at three easy and hip rhythm guitar patterns that you can use to get sta

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