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3 Beautiful Fingerpicking Patterns for Acoustic Guitar

3 Beautiful Fingerpicking Patterns for Acoustic Guitar

Love the gentle, pretty sound of fingerpicking on an acoustic guitar? Guitar teacher Jerry W. shares three simple fingerpicking patterns you can use to start making beautiful music today... Many guitar players focus only on strumming patterns or guitar solo licks and miss out on the beauty and simplicity of fingerpicking.  Although fingerpicking can be quite complex, a lot of music can be played with just a few simple fingerpicking patterns.  Since most music is written with four beats per me … Read More

3 Beautiful Fingerpicking Patterns for Acoustic Guitar
Love the gentle, pretty sound of fingerpicking on an acoustic guitar? Guitar teacher Jerry W. shares three simple fingerpicking patterns you can use to start making beautiful music today... Many guitar players focus only on strumming patterns or guitar solo licks and miss out on the beauty and simplicity of fingerpicking.  Although fingerpicking can be quite complex, a lot of music can be played with just a few simple fingerpicking patterns.  Since most music is written with four beats per me
Beginner Basics: How to Teach Yourself Guitar
Getting started on guitar can be mystifying without a great teacher to guide you. Follow these tips from guitar teacher Jerry W. and  you'll be on your way to playing the guitar... So you want to teach yourself how to play guitar? You dream of playing your favorite song or gigging in a band. You've bought a guitar and you're ready to start. But now what? Where should you begin? In this post I will walk you through making a plan to teach yourself guitar. I will cover the steps to developing
A Little Bit of Country: Easy Classic Country Songs for Guitarists
If you're a fan of classic country music, you've come to the right place. Here, guitar teacher Willy M. shares his favorite classic country songs for guitarists... I grew up in the late '70s and early '80s in the rural Midwest when "Hee-Haw," a country television program, was something that everyone knew about. It was the Grand Ole Opry’s rendition of a high-theatrical experience, and a showcase for classic country artists to play their tunes. Willie Nelson, one of my favorite songwrit
What is a Capo? Everything You Need to Know Here.
A capo is a helpful device that allows you to easily change the key of a song while using the standard “open position” chords that every guitarist knows. With a capo, you can play those same chords in any fret position along the neck of the guitar. Keep reading to find more answers to all of your capo-related questions! What is a Capo? A capo (pronounced “cape-oh”) is a small clamp that you can attach to the neck of the guitar at a specific fret. What does a capo do? It keeps all of the g
Parts of a Guitar: Acoustic & Electric Guitar Anatomy
  Do you know your head from your output jack? Whether you're playing acoustic or electric, knowing the parts of a guitar will help you communicate about your instrument and learn to be a better player. Get ready to dive into this guitar guide and you'll learn never to mix up your neck and fingerboard again! Let's start at the top, or the head, of your guitar. You'll find your tuning keys attached to the head of your guitar. These can be turned to loosen or tighten each string and adjust

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