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- B.A. Music from California Polytechnic State University
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The average cost of 60-minute Classical Guitar lessons is $62. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and location, you should expect to spend between $15 and $300 per hour.
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4 Essential Classic Rock Guitar Solos That Will Make You a Better Player
Learning to play other people's guitar solos is a great way to begin learning to write your own! Guitar teacher Nils B. shares his tips to learning four classic rock solos so you can develop your technique... An essential part of every musician's development is to imitate those who have already mastered their instrument. After settling on a song, give it a couple of close listens (preferably on headphones or a decent stereo), pick up a good transcription, then learn the rhythm parts, while
7 Classic & Fun Songs to Play on the Guitar
Ready to learn a few fun songs to play on the guitar? Guitar teacher Heather L. picked out 7 easy and classic tunes, just for you... So, you've practiced your scales and played the songs out of your guitar method book. You've checked your posture, your hand position and your guitar technique. You've finished all of your theory homework. Now, you just want to play guitar! Here are seven classic and fun songs to play on guitar and a video for each. 7 Fun Guitar Songs 1. "Brown Eyed Gi
Learning Classical Guitar: Can I Use Tabs or Should I Read Music?
Whether you're brand new to guitar, or just new to classical guitar, you might be wondering, "what's the deal with tabs and sheet music?" Let guitar teacher Raymond L. clear up the fog and put you on the right path to classical guitar success... To get started, let's be sure to clearly distinguish standard musical notation from what we call nowadays "tab" notation. What is Tab? The name tab, or guitar tab, is derived from tablature, a form of musical notation indicating fingering an