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Key Tools and Tips for Guitar Care and Maintenance

Key Tools and Tips for Guitar Care and Maintenance

A guitar is a big investment -- so make sure you're taking good care of your instrument! Learn some important tips for electric and acoustic guitar maintenance in this guest post by Jacksonville, FL teacher James W...   We have a saying in the artist community: “Take care of your tools and they will take care of you.” This is also true of guitars! Your guitar is your friend, just like your computer and iPhone or smartphone. Taking good care of your instrument is easy and simple if you … Read More

Key Tools and Tips for Guitar Care and Maintenance
A guitar is a big investment -- so make sure you're taking good care of your instrument! Learn some important tips for electric and acoustic guitar maintenance in this guest post by Jacksonville, FL teacher James W...   We have a saying in the artist community: “Take care of your tools and they will take care of you.” This is also true of guitars! Your guitar is your friend, just like your computer and iPhone or smartphone. Taking good care of your instrument is easy and simple if you
11 Quick and Easy Tips for Reading Guitar Chord Charts
While it's true you don't need to read music to play guitar, you do want to learn to read chord charts. A chord chart is a visual representation of a guitar chord. Chord charts are a little like music-by-numbers—they tell you which finger goes where and on what string, so in case you come up against a chord you don't know, you'll be able to play it. Chord charts are a cinch to read once you learn what all the lines, numbers and circles mean. Here are 11 things you need to know to mast
Cool Songs to Learn on Guitar: How to Play "Breathe" (Anna Nalick)
Ready to learn a cool song on the guitar? Here, Lowell, IN teacher Blake C. shares his guide to the acoustic version of Anna Nalick's "Breathe"...   Looking for cool songs to learn on guitar? You've probably seen the typical suggestions, such as "Black Dog" by Led Zeppelin or "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne, but there are a lot more to learn. But there's no point in just listing them out--instead, in this article I will discuss a somewhat unsuspecting cool guitar tune that is fun to pl
How To Write a Song Today: 4 Easy Steps
Learning how to write a song is easier than you think! Greeley, CO teacher Andy W. outlines the steps here...  Don’t you wish you could write a song that tells your own story - whether it’s about love, hardships, or finding humor in life? There’s no reason that you can’t do that today! To help get you started, here are four easy steps to writing your own song: 1. Play chords or a riff. 2. Sing or hum over the harmony. 3. Repeat steps 1-2 to form a chorus and then a bridge. 4. Place
Are You Really Ready to Play Guitar Solos?
Think you're ready to learn to shred? Guitar teacher Samuel B. shares how he decides when the time is right for his students to learn to play guitar solos... There are several factors relevant to whether or not you're ready to play guitar solos and soloing techniques. As a guitar teacher, I make the call for my students based on a combination of the following things: 1) your aptitude at playing chord changes 2) your understanding of tonal and infrastructural similarities between enharmoni

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