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3 Important Things to Know Before You Learn to Play Ukulele

Are you ready to pick up a ukulele and start strumming? Ukulele teacher Willy M. shares three things you should know before you strum that first chord... Hey budding ukulele players! I wanted to take a moment to tell you about three important things you should probably know before you decide to learn to play ukulele. 1. Make sure you have a ukulele and not a toy When I first decided I wanted to learn to play ukulele, it was after a trip to visit relatives in Florida. I walked into a gif … Read More
3 Important Things to Know Before You Learn to Play Ukulele
Are you ready to pick up a ukulele and start strumming? Ukulele teacher Willy M. shares three things you should know before you strum that first chord... Hey budding ukulele players! I wanted to take a moment to tell you about three important things you should probably know before you decide to learn to play ukulele. 1. Make sure you have a ukulele and not a toy When I first decided I wanted to learn to play ukulele, it was after a trip to visit relatives in Florida. I walked into a gif
2 Questions Every Songwriter Should Be Able to Answer
Not sure where to start when it comes to writing songs? Check out these songwriting tips from Austin, TX teacher Gfire M...   I started writing songs fairly early on at age 11, but I never thought about songwriting technique until later, when I studied with teachers from Berklee College, and in Los Angeles and Nashville. I now have songs that have been played on more than 200 radio and television programs around the world, including UnderCurrents, a syndicated program that airs on mor
10 Simple Steps to the Perfect Guitar Practice Routine
Whether you're a beginner or an experienced guitarist,  you know the key to progress is practice! While there are several ways you can trick yourself into practicing guitar, developing a consistent guitar practice routine can help you be successful. In this guest post, David Hart, a guitarist and the creator of the G4 Guitar Method, shares 10 easy ways to develop an effective guitar practice routine... We all know that to reach our goals on guitar we need to practice. As Tai Lopez says, t
15 Holiday Gift Ideas for Guitar Players
Need some holiday gift ideas? Check out the best gifts for guitar players in this guest post by Los Angeles, CA guitar teacher Nils B...   It's the time of the year when most retailers offer some pretty decent discounts on a variety of gear. Assuming the basics (picks, tuner, strap, gig bag/case, cable, and amp) are already accounted for, these are some good suggestions, either to pick up for yourself or as a holiday gift. Most of these can be found in the $10-$50 range. Apps & S
The 4-Letter Acronym All Aspiring Singers Need to Know
Want to be a better singer and performer? Vocalists have a lot to think about, both before and during a performance. Here, Baltimore, MD voice teacher DeTrece L. breaks down the basics in an easy-to-remember acronym...   Many students have asked me how I sing with so much passion and color, regardless of the genre. My answer has always been the same: Let your heart sing! Vocalists are the only musicians who do not have the option of making actual, physical contact with their in

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