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Guitarist Wanted: Life as a Musician for Hire

Your days of bedroom jam sessions are over -- it's time to start your music career and hit the road! In this article, traveling musician and guitar teacher Nick K. discusses his experience with guitar gigs and gives you tips on how to make them successful...   I'm what they call a "hired gun." That's a cool title for what's otherwise referred to as a traveling performer or musician for hire. I've done a lot of touring with a great group called The Three Degrees. They had worldw … Read More

Guitarist Wanted: Life as a Musician for Hire
Your days of bedroom jam sessions are over -- it's time to start your music career and hit the road! In this article, traveling musician and guitar teacher Nick K. discusses his experience with guitar gigs and gives you tips on how to make them successful...   I'm what they call a "hired gun." That's a cool title for what's otherwise referred to as a traveling performer or musician for hire. I've done a lot of touring with a great group called The Three Degrees. They had worldw
6 Destructive Beliefs That Hold Beginner Musicians Back
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How To Find New & Interesting Guitar Chords Using a Capo
So you've memorized the basic major and minor chords, and learned a few easy guitar songs. What's next? Check out what a capo can do for you in this guest post by Perth Amboy, NJ teacher Jeff S...   In case you're unfamiliar with a capo, they're those metal devices that clip onto the neck of a guitar, as you see in the photo above. If you're a guitarist and you don't own a capo yet, but are curious about them, my hope is that you'll want to get one after reading this article. And
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