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The F Chord: Guitar Chord Misconceptions and Beginner Tips

The F Chord: Guitar Chord Misconceptions and Beginner Tips

If you follow our blog, then you've already seen the best tips and tricks for learning guitar chords, but what about playing the infamous F chord on guitar? In this blog post, we'll address common myths about the F chord and give you some helpful advice that will make playing it more easy. Misconceptions About the F Chord The six-string F chord is one of the hardest standard chord shape to play on the guitar. When many people try to play the F chord on guitar (and often succeed) it's with … Read More

The F Chord: Guitar Chord Misconceptions and Beginner Tips
If you follow our blog, then you've already seen the best tips and tricks for learning guitar chords, but what about playing the infamous F chord on guitar? In this blog post, we'll address common myths about the F chord and give you some helpful advice that will make playing it more easy. Misconceptions About the F Chord The six-string F chord is one of the hardest standard chord shape to play on the guitar. When many people try to play the F chord on guitar (and often succeed) it's with
Play Like a Pro: 7 Cool Rock Guitar Licks from Legendary Players
Playing famous guitar solos and licks can be really fun. Plus, if you're hoping to impress someone, a well-known lick can go a long way. We've picked out a handful of rock guitar licks that sound great and are at an intermediate level of difficulty. All of them were originally played on an electric guitar with a set level of distortion and overdrive, but feel free to add your own twist. Try playing them with a clean sound, or even on an acoustic guitar if you want to try a different sound.
The First Thing Beginners Should Learn on the Guitar
Whether you've just started guitar lessons or you're teaching yourself, the best way to learn guitar is by starting with this one, basic thing. Guitar teacher Jerry W. explains... The first thing a beginner needs to learn on the guitar is how to tune. An out-of-tune guitar will make even the best player sound bad. The best way to learn guitar is to first learn how to tune it. Then, everything you play will sound better, and the whole musical world will thank you! I recommend you tun
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
15 Struggles Only Left-Handed Guitarists Understand
Left-handed guitarists of the world unite! When it comes to guitar setup and style, you're kind of in your own world... 1. Some people try to change you... ...but you do your own, awesome, left-handed thing! There is a school of thought that lefties should conform to right-handed ways and learn to play a regular righty guitar. This works for some lefties, like Paul Simon and David Byrne. For other left-handed players, a right-handed guitar can be discouraging and difficult, and switchi

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