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Beginning Guitar: How to Build Up Calluses

There's no way around it, learning to play guitar is sometimes a painful process. If you're feeling like your guitar strings bit your finger, take this advice from guitar teacher Joe H.... Struggling to hold down the strings of your guitar without feeling like you are going to cut your finger wide open? Do you put your guitar away after just a few minutes of practicing with your fingertips gleaming red and feeling raw? Don’t worry! This is a common problem for the first few weeks or so of pla … Read More
Beginning Guitar: How to Build Up Calluses
There's no way around it, learning to play guitar is sometimes a painful process. If you're feeling like your guitar strings bit your finger, take this advice from guitar teacher Joe H.... Struggling to hold down the strings of your guitar without feeling like you are going to cut your finger wide open? Do you put your guitar away after just a few minutes of practicing with your fingertips gleaming red and feeling raw? Don’t worry! This is a common problem for the first few weeks or so of pla
How to Sing R&B | 4 Tips for Beginners
Interested in learning how to sing R&B? Check out these helpful tips from online voice teacher Liz T...   If you’re a fan of contemporary R&B singers today, such as Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Jennifer Hudson, and Rihanna, and want to learn how to sing R&B music, then this article is for you! R&B is a very specific style of music - think pop and rock with an “urban” feel. To get a better idea of how to approach R&B songs, check out these musical tips!
Infographic: How to Play Ukulele in 10 Steps
Ready to learn to play the ukulele? Follow these 10 tips from ukulele instructor Willy M. to get the most out of your lessons... It seems like everyone wants to learn the ukulele these days. Which is great for you, because there are a lot of good resources out there for the beginning uke player! Having a system to help you get started can be very useful, however. So, here are 10 steps to learning to play the ukulele that should help you get going in the right direction.  
4 Guitar Exercises For Faster Fingers
Want to play the guitar faster? Incorporate these guitar exercises, as shared by Greeley, CO teacher Andy W., into your practice sessions throughout the week...   A crucial step to successfully melt faces with your guitar solos is to play fast! So, how can you achieve this feat? Here are some suggestions. Alternate Picking Alternate picking is one of the most efficient ways to pick fast. This is simply a downstroke followed by an upstroke. Everything suggested here utilizes alte
5 New (and Fun) Piano Practice Warm-Up Routines
Are you in search of some new piano practice warm-up routines? Below, piano teacher Liz T. shares some fun piano practice warm-ups you can try before your next practice... You wouldn't go for an hour-long run before properly warming up. So, why wouldn't you warm-up before an hour-long piano practice session or lesson? No matter what instrument you play,  it’s extremely important that you go through a series of warm-ups before you start playing. In this post, we will discuss why you

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