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An Incredible Gotye Cover You Need to See to Believe

An Incredible Gotye Cover You Need to See to Believe

Have you ever seen five people play one guitar at the same time? Me neither, until I watched this awesome cover of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Canadian rock band Walk off the Earth: Walk off the Earth's talent and creativity is truly inspiring. If, like us, you can't get enough of them, be sure to check out the other tunes on their YouTube channel. What's the most creative music video you've seen lately? We want to know! Share it with us in the comments below or on ou … Read More

An Incredible Gotye Cover You Need to See to Believe
Have you ever seen five people play one guitar at the same time? Me neither, until I watched this awesome cover of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Canadian rock band Walk off the Earth: Walk off the Earth's talent and creativity is truly inspiring. If, like us, you can't get enough of them, be sure to check out the other tunes on their YouTube channel. What's the most creative music video you've seen lately? We want to know! Share it with us in the comments below or on ou
Top 10 Online Resources for Learning Guitar Theory
With so much information online about guitar theory, how do you know which sites to trust? Guitar teacher Zachary A. shares his top 10 favorite sites for learning about the guitar... Online resources for guitar theory are extremely helpful. You may want to explore the endless limits of the guitar, or maybe you're in need of a tiny refresher before your next lesson with a private teacher.  These 10 websites are all tremendously helpful tools for guitar players of all levels - beginner, interm
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Japanese resources, articles, and tips for beginners and beyond Many people shy away from learning Japanese because they think it's too difficult. While the language is very different from English, with a knowledgeable teacher and the right resources, you can learn Japanese! Remember, however, learning any new language is not an overnight process. It takes time and diligence, but we have the language-learning tools to help you reach your goals. Check out our library of Japanese
14 Fantastic Websites and Resources to Help You Learn Violin Online
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Once you've memorized the notes on the piano, it's time to put them together to create piano chords! Here, Augustine, FL piano teacher Heather L. reviews the eight chords to master first...    Except for most minimalist or avant-garde of styles, every musical genre is based on chords. From Mozart's piano concertos to the Beatles' hits, chords are foundational. Memorizing them is essential to songwriting, reading new music, and understanding the theory beyond the basics of piano. The f

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