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10 Must-Know Rock Guitar Riffs

10 Must-Know Rock Guitar Riffs

Whether you're a beginner or an intermediate guitarist, you probably have a few songs and riffs on your must-learn list. Well, it's time to get to work! Here, Boston, MA guitar instructor Christopher S. brings you the 10 signature guitar riffs that every guitarist should know... No matter which type of music you're into, when you learn guitar, you're entering a new, sometimes cult-like world. Like any pursuit in life, the more you know about that skill, the more you have to say about it. … Read More

10 Must-Know Rock Guitar Riffs
Whether you're a beginner or an intermediate guitarist, you probably have a few songs and riffs on your must-learn list. Well, it's time to get to work! Here, Boston, MA guitar instructor Christopher S. brings you the 10 signature guitar riffs that every guitarist should know... No matter which type of music you're into, when you learn guitar, you're entering a new, sometimes cult-like world. Like any pursuit in life, the more you know about that skill, the more you have to say about it.
4 Tips For Maximizing the Lifespan of Your Acoustic Guitar
Whether your acoustic guitar is brand new or gently used, you can do a few simple things to keep it in great condition! Follow these tips from guitar teacher Samuel B. to get the most out of your acoustic guitar... Let's face it. Acoustic guitars can be an outright nuisance to keep in shape. They're delicate, sensitive to both humidity and temperature patterns, and often have weak central support. While the desire to keep yours both easily accessible and on display in a stand or on a rack is
4 Songs That Every Classical Pianist Should Learn
Which classical piano songs should you have in your repertoire? Check out four of the most well-known pieces here, as complied by Greeley, CO teacher Andy W...   This is simply a list of four of the most time-tested and beautiful classical piano songs of all time. If you don’t know how to play these yet, you should learn them right away! 1. Moonlight Sonata This has withstood the test of time, considering that it was composed by Beethoven in 1801. The part of this sonata that ev
The Real Reasons Why You Need To Learn Guitar Scales
Is it really necessary to learn guitar scales? If you'd rather just focus on chords and songs, you're not alone. But here, Austin, TX teacher Samuel B. shares why practicing your scales will ultimately make you a better guitar player down the line... I'm a 25-year veteran of playing the guitar. In seventh grade, I took an introductory class to both the guitar and keyboard, in which I received only a "B" as I pretty much neglected the keyboard altogether. Besides, I'd taken piano lessons a
10 Things To Look For In A Guitar Teacher
Learning how to play guitar is a wonderful journey, and you're at a crucial stage: finding a great guitar teacher. How do you know if the guitar teacher you're looking at will be a good match for you? Take these tips from guitar teacher Melissa K. to find the perfect guitar teacher for you! Your fingers do strange, elegant dances in the air. Melodies and chord progressions haunt your dreams. Your friends are in an a capella group and will erupt into songs at a moment’s notice, but you’re not

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