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The Little-Known Difficulties Of Playing 'Beginner' Guitars

The Little-Known Difficulties Of Playing 'Beginner' Guitars

If you're in the market for a guitar, you've likely seen "beginner" models and packages offered. But are they worth it? Find out in this guest post by Austin, TX teacher Samuel B...   Recently some of my beginner students have requested shopping tips for more advanced models of guitars. Though my familiarity with standard models for various genres is considerable, I don't train aspiring musicians to master one specific genre. Although jazz sounds best when played on a hollow-bodied el … Read More

The Little-Known Difficulties Of Playing 'Beginner' Guitars
If you're in the market for a guitar, you've likely seen "beginner" models and packages offered. But are they worth it? Find out in this guest post by Austin, TX teacher Samuel B...   Recently some of my beginner students have requested shopping tips for more advanced models of guitars. Though my familiarity with standard models for various genres is considerable, I don't train aspiring musicians to master one specific genre. Although jazz sounds best when played on a hollow-bodied el
Guitar Playing Tips | Eliminating Bad Habits & Reducing Injury
As far as guitar playing tips go, understanding proper form should be at the top of the list! Here, North Wales, PA guitar teacher Nathan D. shares the basics...   As a multi-instrumental musician, I am constantly checking my form to prevent strain or injury. Hours of improperly played guitar, piano, violin, and even clarinet can make one's fingers and elbows throb, and the impact of playing drums too hard with poor form can cause major injury to wrists all the way to your shoulde
Top 10 Websites for Learning Ukulele Chords
Surf the web with your uke with this must-bookmark list from music teacher Willy M.... When you start learning how to play the ukulele, you first learn a few simple chords, but it isn¬ít very long before you want to start learning more complex chords to play more advanced songs. So, to make this transition easier, I am going to present the top 10 websites I have found that will help you learn new ukulele chords. These websites are ones that I have found to be particularly helpful to my stu
4 Common Challenges Faced By New Guitar Students (And How To Overcome Them)
As with any new skill, learning how to play the guitar comes with challenges. Here, Perth Amboy, NJ teacher Jeff S. shares his guitar playing tips to help you stay motivated...   I've been teaching guitar to students of all ages and skill levels for many years and have gotten quite adept at spotting and remedying the challenges faced by beginners. So I've decided to address them in this article to offer students and their parents some insight on how to get beyond the problems so they
5 Things That Singers Should Never Do on Stage
Ready to hit the stage? Read on as Saint Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. reviews 5 rookie mistakes you should avoid during your next performance... Singing on stage and in front of an audience is really special. Some estimate that only two percent of the world's population will ever sing on stage by themselves. Maybe that has something to do with the fact that it comes with its own unique set of challenges. Those challenges can seem bigger than our confidence performing. Perhaps the easi

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