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10 Online Guitar Resources for Beginners

Attention beginner guitarists: you need to bookmark these sites ASAP! Check out this great guide from guitar teacher Milton J.... When practicing guitar, you may want to explore more of what you can do with your favorite instrument. Or maybe you need a little refresher on something you're working on with your guitar teacher. The following online resources can complement what you are learning before or in your lessons! Take a look below. How to Tune A Guitar Use this website to learn how … Read More
10 Online Guitar Resources for Beginners
Attention beginner guitarists: you need to bookmark these sites ASAP! Check out this great guide from guitar teacher Milton J.... When practicing guitar, you may want to explore more of what you can do with your favorite instrument. Or maybe you need a little refresher on something you're working on with your guitar teacher. The following online resources can complement what you are learning before or in your lessons! Take a look below. How to Tune A Guitar Use this website to learn how
7 Ways to Use Movable Guitar Scales to Write Solos and Riffs
Learning guitar scales prepares you for the fun of playing riffs and solos. If you know your scales but you don't know how to take the next step, try one of these tips from guitar teacher James W... You have 7 notes to choose from and the following 7 steps will help you in ways you cannot even predict. Most guitar players learn the basics such as the 5 basic major scale patterns in G major and go on to learn them in the other major keys as well. Perhaps you know what a pentatonic scale is in
5 Essential Classical Guitar Exercises to Tone Your Left Hand
  Earlier, we took a look at how to develop your right hand for classical guitar. In this article, guitar teacher Raymond L. will add to the balance by teaching you exercises for the left hand...   The classical guitar repertoire covers more scales and arpeggios than any other technical skill. Therefore, I consider it important for you, as a classical guitar player or student, to focus on these following exercises. They're based on scales and arpeggios for the purpose of de
Learning Guitar: How to Change Guitar Strings
Learning how to change your guitar strings may seem daunting, but new strings can make a huge difference in the sound and intonation of your guitar. Let guitar teacher Noaa R. walk you through the process step by step... Changing your guitar strings is an essential maintenance skill. In addition to sounding bad, old strings are difficult to play and prone to breakage. Strings should be changed at least on a monthly basis, and more often if you can afford it. Changing them is very easy, fortun
Learning to Play Guitar: How Often Should I Take Lessons?
You've chosen a beautiful guitar. You have picks, a capo, a tuner, and a guitar teacher. Congratulations! You've begun your journey to becoming a great guitar player. But how often should you take lessons? Mastering the guitar requires blending many skills together,  and using your body and mind in unison to create music. You must perfect your muscle memory and fine motor skills, while remembering many chords, chord progressions, and how to find particular notes on your guitar. Playing electr

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