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
Basics of Guitar: What Should I Expect at My First Lesson?
Excited about your first guitar lesson? Not sure what to expect? Read on as Goodyear, AZ teacher David A. offers his advice on how to prepare, the basics of guitar you can expect to learn, and more!
By the time I turned nine years old, I had spent six months begging my mom and dad to get me an electric guitar. When I finally had one, I was extremely eager to play it. The problem was, I didnt know how. However, that was all about to change, because
I was about to have my very firs
4 Rock Singers With Great Technique - And 4 Without
Do you love singing rock? Here, voice teacher Molly R. shares her recommendations for four singers to check out for how to sing rock... and four more you can learn from!
When you think about impeccable vocal technique, its not often that a rocker comes to mind, is it?
Usually were praising the beautiful tone quality, high notes, and volume of an opera singer, or perhaps a jazz or musical theatre vocalist. Rock singers are usually known for their larger-than-life personaliti
How to Tune Your Violin: Online Violin Tuners & Resources
As most violin teachers and prestigious musicians would agree, maintaining your musical instrument should have as much attention directed toward it as caring for the family pet. Although your dog or cat doesnt need regular tuning, your violin certainly does - or your playing skills wont be popular with family or neighbors!
If this is your first experience with playing music seriously, tuning your instrument may not even have occurred to you. Nor will you notice, necessarily, slight changes
Audition Tips: 4 Things You Need Besides Talent
So you've been preparing for an audition for a few months, and the big day has finally come. But even if you have the talent to back up your performance, there are a few things you'll need to remember to get on your potential director's good side. Read on as St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. explains...
Auditions can be the most unpleasant part of being a performing artist. But with great preparation and forethought, they can also be the most valuable and exciting part. Aud