How to Play Jazz Guitar Scales | 10 Scales Every Guitarist Should Know
You don't have to be a big jazz fan to boost your guitar skills with some jazz techniques. In this guest post, Matt Warnock from mattwarnockguitar.com teaches you 10 must-know jazz guitar scales.
Even if youve never played jazz guitar before, youve probably come across numerous articles and lessons exploring jazz guitar scales.
There seems like an endless mountain of scales to learn when exploring jazz on the fretboard, and they all come with strange names and sound even stranger.
Piano Inspiration: 7-Year-Old Piano Prodigy Set to Release His First Album
When seven-year-old Jacob Velazquez sits at the piano bench his feet barely touch the floor, but he doesn't let that stop him. Jacob has been taking piano lessons since he was just four years old and has been called by many a child prodigy and baby Beethoven. But how did Jacob become such a skilled pianist at such a young age? It all started with a natural talent and a lot of practice.
Who is Jacob Velazquez?
Jacob is a classical pianist from Pembroke Pines, Florida. After hearing his f
Pinspiration: 13 Fantastic Pinterest Boards to Help You Learn Violin
Believe it or not, Pinterest is one of the best online resources for all things violin! From pictures, charts, and tutorials, to infographics, how-to guides, and video lessons, it's an amazing place to find instruction and inspiration. Here, music instructor Julie P. brings you 13 awesome Pinterest boards to help you learn violin...
Learning violin can be challenging and sometimes, you can use a little inspiration to keep you going. It may seem like youre making slow progress, but if you
Vocal Health: The Important Tip That Will Save Your Voice in Rehearsals
Lots of rehearsals coming up? Feeling under the weather? In this article, singing teacher Elaina R. shares an important vocal health tip that can save your voice!
The tenor in my professional vocal quintet is named Mark. Its a perfectly good name, but for a singer it can be frustrating. Nearly every day someone announces that they are going to mark, and poor Mark gets confused. Sometimes even Mark has to mark.
What the heck am I talking about? Marking is an important skil
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 moments notice, but youre not