Posts Tagged ‘acoustic guitar’

Learn How To Play Guitar – For Novices Looking For Guidance

Thursday, April 16th, 2015
By Nancy Harst If you have taken interest in learning the instrument, the primary step would be choosing the kind of guitar that would complement your musical style. From the soft acoustic instrument, heavy metal guitar, jazz guitars and so many more, you need to pick one according to your music tastes and it should not be a decision that is hurried. Read The Post [...]

Beginners’ Guide To Playing The Guitar

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
When I first started to play the guitar, many years ago, my "Bible" was Bert Weedon's "Play in a Day". The basics covered in that little gem are still relevant today. So, once you get your hands on that beautiful instrument, where do you start? Familiarise yourself with the parts of your guitar - and start strumming! The body, hollow in an Read The Post [...]

What Makes a Good Electric Guitar Video Review Worth Your While?

Monday, March 12th, 2012
There are several factors that makes everything we watch, specially a review, worth your time. First of all if you're a musician searching for gear you probably already know what type of equipment your are doing research for. The great thing about some review sites is that its content targets a musician enthusiast like yourself who really likes and Read The Post [...]

Acoustic Guitar Overview

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011
By Gary Barlow WHAT TO LOOK FOR The acoustic guitar is a highly popular starter instrument. It's affordable, easy to transport, quiet enough not to disturb others during practice, relatively easy to get a nice sound, and doesn't need any additional equipment like amplification. It can also been seen as a more 'serious' instrument to learn on first Read The Post [...]

Which Acoustic Guitar Is Better To Learn On – Classical Or Steel Strung?

Sunday, September 25th, 2011
Many of us plan to take up learning the guitar and decide on the safer option of buying an acoustic style instead of an electric solid body type. A possible problem might be a lack of genuine knowledge of the real difference between a classical/ Spanish guitar compared to a steel strung acoustic. They are both acoustic but is there a better choice for Read The Post [...]

Tips for Recording the Acoustic guitar

Monday, February 21st, 2011
It's somewhat surprising that the most popular instrument worldwide, the acoustic guitar, is one of the least understood when it comes to recording. This instrument is ideal for a singer's accompaniment or for solo playing. Setting up the mics for recording an acoustic is dramatically different than live performances. The main point of this discussion Read The Post [...]