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A Song of Guitar Effect Pedals and G.A.S. | Tips for Buying Guitar Equipment

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A Song of Guitar Effect Pedals and G.A.S. | Tips for Buying Guitar Equipment
With so much equipment available for guitar players, how do you know what's worth your hard-earned money? In this guest post, North Wales, PA teacher Nathan D. shares what you need to know about finding the best guitar effects pedals and more...   In the never-ending quest for the guitar tone of their dreams, guitarists will spend countless hours experimenting with pickups, cables, amps, speakers, and much more. And at some point if you have an electric guitar, you'll get the uncontro
Valentine's Day Special: 5 Easy Guitar Songs to Impress Your Sweetie
Is there anything more romantic than sharing a special song with the one you love? We want to help you pull out all the stops this Valentine's Day, so San Diego guitar teacher Allen D. stopped by our office really quick for an easy Valentine's Day guitar lesson.  All you need are a few basic guitar chords and a little bit of courage, and you're sure to impress the heck out of your favorite lady or gentleman! In the video below, you'll learn how to play: 5 basic guitar chords: G, D, C, E m
Exercises for Practicing Guitar Chords
There are several ways to master the technique of changing chords, so let’s look at a couple of exercises using basic guitar chords. The basic guitar chords are C, D, Dm, E, Em, F, G, A, and Am. Some instructors add C7, D7, E7, G7, A7 and B7. The F chord is always the most difficult for the beginning guitar player because you hold two strings down with one finger. Ideally, you want your basic guitar chords to sound clean and crisp – no muffled strings. Keep practicing the individual chords un
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