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10 Ways to Trick Yourself Into Practicing Guitar

10 Ways to Trick Yourself Into Practicing Guitar

  Nothing's worse than forgetting about your guitar practice time! Guitar teacher Jessica D. shares 10 fun ways to make sure that it doesn't happen to you... Playing guitar isn’t for the faint of heart. Its six strings require finger strength, and if you don’t practice, you simply won’t get better. Everyone begins taking lessons with the intention that they’ll make time to practice, but sometimes we find that work, events, and life just gets in the way. If this sounds like you, here a … Read More

10 Ways to Trick Yourself Into Practicing Guitar
  Nothing's worse than forgetting about your guitar practice time! Guitar teacher Jessica D. shares 10 fun ways to make sure that it doesn't happen to you... Playing guitar isn’t for the faint of heart. Its six strings require finger strength, and if you don’t practice, you simply won’t get better. Everyone begins taking lessons with the intention that they’ll make time to practice, but sometimes we find that work, events, and life just gets in the way. If this sounds like you, here a
20 Fun Songs to Sing at Your Next Karaoke Night (With Links!)
Editor's Note: See our updated post of the best karaoke songs! How much do you love karaoke? There's nothing quite like taking over the stage and having a blast singing with all your friends, or impressing the crowd with an enthusiastic solo! Karaoke always makes for a fun night, and it’s a great chance to practice singing. However, if your mind goes blank at the bar, you're not alone! Song ideas aren't always easy to come up with. Check out our ideas below for fun songs to sing at your
5 Best Bass Guitar Brands on a Budget
In the market for a bass guitar? Here, Orange, CA teacher Miller W. explores the best bass guitar brands to consider if you're on a budget...   This list of the best bass guitar brands will give you a good frame of reference for finding a quality instrument while on a budget. While not always the cheapest options available, these basses are built to a reliably high standard for the price and can always be found for at least under $1000, if not much less. 1) Squier by Fender (Range: $
Expert Tips: How to Play the Violin with Accompaniment
Playing the violin with accompaniment can be difficult, as it requires different skills. Below, violin teacher Julie P. shares some expert tips on how to play the violin with accompaniment... If you want to play the violin with an accompaniment, you might find that there are a few new skills you need to develop. When you play the violin by yourself there’s no one you need to coordinate with for tempo, dynamics, and rhythm. But as soon as you add someone else to the mix, things can star
Violin Playing Tips: Surviving Your First Audition
Learning to play in front of an audience can be tough, but playing for an audition can be one of the most nerve-wracking experiences, especially your first time around. There are many violin playing tips to help you learn how to play, and how to listen to others in the orchestra, but many of those tips do not apply to an audition. No matter how good you are, nerves can be a huge factor. Unlike a concert where the audience is inclined to praise you because they are there to enjoy the music, an a

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