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The Best, Baddest, Loud Guitars for Metal

The Best, Baddest, Loud Guitars for Metal

On a quest to find the best guitars for metal? Guitar teacher James W. shares a few of the baddest guitars around... Why are metal guitars so easy to play? The simple truth is metal has been around a long time, since way back in the 1960’s, and technology has kept pace with musician's demands. Read on, and we shall see how knowing what to look for in a guitar makes or breaks your crunch lead! 1. Schecter Guitars These guitars are perhaps the holy grail of metal masters. They are completely … Read More

The Best, Baddest, Loud Guitars for Metal
On a quest to find the best guitars for metal? Guitar teacher James W. shares a few of the baddest guitars around... Why are metal guitars so easy to play? The simple truth is metal has been around a long time, since way back in the 1960’s, and technology has kept pace with musician's demands. Read on, and we shall see how knowing what to look for in a guitar makes or breaks your crunch lead! 1. Schecter Guitars These guitars are perhaps the holy grail of metal masters. They are completely
5 Famous Piano Songs You'll Instantly Recognize
The piano is a beautiful instrument, capable of playing a wide array of sounds, from soft or staccato to broadly lyrical and even grandiose and rhapsodic. The ability of a composer to create such a huge range of emotions and portray a large variety of settings and ideas on the piano goes a long way in explaining why certain famous piano songs have stood the test of time. This also explains why these famous piano songs are often used to accompany scenes in movies, commercials, and television sho
Introduction to Reading Violin Tabs
Tablature is a form of musical notation that was invented to make reading music easier for fretted and string instruments like guitar, bass, and violin. The premise is operationally-based, meaning that rather than showing rhythm, duration, and pitch, violin tabs will show the player where and when to place their fingers on the instrument. For an improvising musician, violin tabs allow you to improvise while staying within the chord structure of a song. Tablature-style notation is most commonly
Are You Really Ready to Play Guitar Solos?
Think you're ready to learn to shred? Guitar teacher Samuel B. shares how he decides when the time is right for his students to learn to play guitar solos... There are several factors relevant to whether or not you're ready to play guitar solos and soloing techniques. As a guitar teacher, I make the call for my students based on a combination of the following things: 1) your aptitude at playing chord changes 2) your understanding of tonal and infrastructural similarities between enharmoni
8 Essential Piano Chords Every Pianist Needs to Know
Once you've memorized the notes on the piano, it's time to put them together to create piano chords! Here, Augustine, FL piano teacher Heather L. reviews the eight chords to master first...    Except for most minimalist or avant-garde of styles, every musical genre is based on chords. From Mozart's piano concertos to the Beatles' hits, chords are foundational. Memorizing them is essential to songwriting, reading new music, and understanding the theory beyond the basics of piano. The f

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