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Guitar Scale Hacks: How to Jazz Up Any Scale & Start Improvising

Guitar Scale Hacks: How to Jazz Up Any Scale & Start Improvising

Many beginner musicians want to learn to improvise on the guitar, but just don’t know how to start. In this guest post, Greg O’Rourke from fretdojo.com teaches you three easy tricks that will supercharge your guitar scales and bring more life to your solos.   Have you ever tried to improvise on the guitar and it sounds like you’re just running scales up and down the fretboard? Look: Regardless of what style you want to improvise in, only knowing the scales isn’t enough. H … Read More

Guitar Scale Hacks: How to Jazz Up Any Scale & Start Improvising
Many beginner musicians want to learn to improvise on the guitar, but just don’t know how to start. In this guest post, Greg O’Rourke from fretdojo.com teaches you three easy tricks that will supercharge your guitar scales and bring more life to your solos.   Have you ever tried to improvise on the guitar and it sounds like you’re just running scales up and down the fretboard? Look: Regardless of what style you want to improvise in, only knowing the scales isn’t enough. H
How to Get Ready for Your First Piano Lesson
So you’ve decided to take the plunge and schedule your first piano lesson? Congratulations! If you’re feeling a little nervous, you’re not alone. It’s totally normal to get the jitters when you’re about to do something new for the first time. Preparing for your lesson is a great way to banish your nerves, plus you’ll show up to your lesson primed for success. Follow these 5 steps and enjoy the excitement of your first piano lesson! 1. Ask Your Teacher Before lessons begin, have a chat
Learning in Disguise: Things to Do in New York With Kids
The Big Apple is rife with leisure opportunities for grown-ups; the city streets are crawling with fun, relaxation, and culture options from Broadway and fashion shows, to galleries and foodie havens. But what about families with young kids? The ones with parents who want to creatively disguise learning opportunities as fun – yes, we’re talking to you! In this article we’d like to arm you with a few cool ideas for things to do in New York with kids. We know that in addition to homework and chore
Intro to Classical Piano Music Styles [Infographic]
Curious about the history of classical piano music? Take a journey through history and learn about the four distinct musical periods in this lesson from Brooklyn, NY music teacher Julie P...   Musical styles are always shifting and developing. Throughout history, as musicians and famous piano composers experimented with sounds and instrument design, the music world expanded and more possibilities became evident. Early musicians started with simple melodies, sung in unison. But
German Grammar: Solving False Cognates
German grammar can be difficult to master. Below, German teacher Noel S. shares a list of the most common false cognates, as well as exercises you can do to memorize these important words... Students learning German are often relieved to hear that they already have a "head start" from the many recognizable German words that share the same English meaning, also known as cognates. Cognates are a great for learning German, as students have already developed mental associations with words and

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