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Guitar Theory: Your Secret Weapon

Guitar Theory: Your Secret Weapon

When you're learning guitar, make sure you don't shy away from learning music theory. While it may seem complex to a beginner, it will help you take your playing to a whole new level. Here, Chicago, IL. guitar instructor Morgan S. shows you how you can use guitar theory to boost your playing...  This article will show you how you can apply guitar theory to your creative style, to what you already know about guitar, and to your ear to hear common patterns and themes in music from your favorite … Read More

Guitar Theory: Your Secret Weapon
When you're learning guitar, make sure you don't shy away from learning music theory. While it may seem complex to a beginner, it will help you take your playing to a whole new level. Here, Chicago, IL. guitar instructor Morgan S. shows you how you can use guitar theory to boost your playing...  This article will show you how you can apply guitar theory to your creative style, to what you already know about guitar, and to your ear to hear common patterns and themes in music from your favorite
The Interleaving Method: A New and Improved Way to Practice Guitar
When you're learning guitar, it's essential to practice between lessons. But a long guitar practice can be overwhelming and exhausting, and sometimes, it can even be counterproductive! We're not telling you to ditch practice altogether, but we want to help you make the most of your time. Here, guitar teacher Andy W. shares his method for an efficient, effective guitar practice routine...  Has this ever happened to you? You feel frustrated and exhausted after a long guitar practice. After
High Notes & High Fashions: What to Wear to Your Next Audition
Stumped on what to wear for your next audition? Dress for success with these tips from New York, NY voice teacher Chelsea F...   You've practiced, studied, taken countless lessons, and you are now ready to go on some auditions... but the night before your audition you peer into your closet and realize, to your horror, you don’t know what to wear! This is a topic that many students don’t ask their voice teachers about because, let’s face it, in a 45- to 60-minute lesson there is
Singing Competition Secrets: Are They Really Worth It?
Thinking about auditioning for a televised singing competition like American Idol? Here, Corona, CA teacher Milton J. shares what could be an even better idea...   For years, we’ve tuned into our favorite singing competitions, voting for our favorites each week, and hoping they win the coveted record deal at the end of the season. We’ve watched as the juggernaut American Idol – a derivative of Pop Idol from Europe – gave way to others like The Voice and X-Factor. Many other wort
Countdown to a Stellar and Stress-Free Piano Recital
Need help pulling off a stellar piano recital? Learn more about how to perfectly plan your next piano recital in this exclusive guest post from our friend Doreen Hall from Paloma Piano... Piano recitals are great. It’s a time for star students to show off their skills as well as a time for parents and grandparents to experience the pay-off that comes with all of those piano lessons and all of that practicing. And let’s not forget, a time for teachers to see the fruits of their labor. T

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