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11 Annoying Things People Say to Female Guitarists

11 Annoying Things People Say to Female Guitarists

Female guitarists rock just as hard, if not harder than some men, yet the things people say to us sound like they're straight from the 1950s! Ladies, women, and girls, here are 11 of the most annoying things I've heard in my years of playing guitar. Maybe a few will sound familiar to you too? 1. Is that for your boyfriend? Why do some people find it so unbelievable that you're carrying your own gear or shopping at Guitar Center for yourself? 2. You're pretty good for a girl. … Read More

11 Annoying Things People Say to Female Guitarists
Female guitarists rock just as hard, if not harder than some men, yet the things people say to us sound like they're straight from the 1950s! Ladies, women, and girls, here are 11 of the most annoying things I've heard in my years of playing guitar. Maybe a few will sound familiar to you too? 1. Is that for your boyfriend? Why do some people find it so unbelievable that you're carrying your own gear or shopping at Guitar Center for yourself? 2. You're pretty good for a girl.
Family Affair: 3 Creative Ways to Enjoy Music as a Family
Do you want to be more involved in your child's music lessons? In this week's guest post, our friend Lara L. at Piano Power shares five creative ways you can enjoy music as a family...  In a world of earbuds and custom playlists, sharing music as a family "IRL" (or "in real life," for those not hip to Internet slang) is more important than ever. Car sing-alongs and kitchen dance parties are par for the course. To help you get more involved in your child's music lessons or simply have some
Buying Your First Ukulele: 3 Things to Consider
Thinking about buying a ukulele? Learn the ins and outs of finding the best ukulele for you in this guest post by Casselberry, FL teacher Laurie K...   So you are ready to buy your first ukulele! Awesome, step one is complete... "Decide to play the uke!" I am going to go over three basics when considering this new and fun instrument, in order to find the best ukulele for you: Size Prices Styles Size There are four sizes for ukuleles: Soprano, Concert, Tenor, and Bar
How to Write a Song on Piano | 6 Tips for Writing Lyrics
Sara Bareilles, Ben Folds, Sarah McLachlan, and Elton John -- all amazing musicians who are known for playing the piano and writing heartfelt lyrics. Want to try your hand at it? Read on as Helendale, CA teacher Sylvia S. shares her tips for how to write a song on piano...   So you’ve learned to play piano and you’ve created some original sounds. Maybe you’d like to learn how to write a song on piano along with great lyrics, and you’re stumped. You’re not alone. Before one of the
5 Eco-Friendly Guitar Songs to Play for Earth Day
It's always fun to play a few tunes that match the season. With Earth Day bringing in spring weather, why not learn a few easy guitar songs to play as we celebrate our planet? Here are a few songs that make us think about being outside and loving the earth! Rush - "The Trees" What better way to kick off our top five list than a song with trees in the title? This classic rock tune by Rush was recorded with fingerpicking throughout the song, but if it's easier for you, you can play the intro

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