Posts Tagged ‘learn 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 [...]

How To Approach Learning To Play Guitar

Saturday, October 13th, 2012
Listening to a seasoned guitar player can open the senses to a magical experience. The thought of learning this skill often enters the mind, but is soon dismissed due to a lack of talent. However, if you have the will to succeed and possess a desire of how to learn guitar, you may find this hidden talent was there all along. The first mistake that Read The Post [...]

Myths Surrounding Guitar Lessons

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012
Many urban myths surround the guitar and, by extension, guitar lessons. These misconceptions often prevent young and old individuals alike from taking lessons on one of the most popular plucked string instruments known to man. Let's discuss a few of these misconceptions and the truth behind them. First, let's discuss the misconception that music Read The Post [...]

Allow Your Fingers To Learn To Play Guitar

Saturday, June 16th, 2012
The guitar has been around for hundreds of years. Remember that "Silent Night" was composed for guitar and was played on a snowy Austrian Christmas Eve when the church's organ was out of order. The assistant pastor of the Church of St. Nicholas needed an alternative solution for Christmas Eve Mass. The organist composed "Silent Night" and set it to Read The Post [...]

Learn Guitar During Your Free Time

Friday, February 24th, 2012
There are times that we do not do anything and the only past time that we have is listening to music or surfing the net. If always do these things every day we can get bored, so I suggest that you start to look for something productive to do like playing an instrument like the guitar. Think about this, playing the guitar is fun, at first you will past Read The Post [...]

Are Online Guitar Lessons Truly Worth It?

Sunday, November 20th, 2011
By Dave Taylor Online guitar lessons allow users of all ages and skill levels from all around the world to learn how to play the guitar in their own time. There are many benefits to studying online, such as the ability to go through lessons as fast or slow as you need to fully grasp all elements presented. The lessons are presented through interactive Read The Post [...]

The Ways In Which The Various Guitar String Gauges Affect Playing Style And Sound

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
Doc Watson, and many other flat pickers (that means players who utilize a plectrum instead of their fingers) frequently use medium gauge guitar strings, usually 80-20 bronze, or phosphor bronze. It's considered that phosphor bronze gives a more sustained tone and also last longer, as phosphor bronze is more resistant to oil and moisture from the fingers. Read The Post [...]

Learning to Play Guitar By Employing Chord Diagrams: Learning Guitar Chords

Saturday, May 21st, 2011
Guitar chords are simply a combination of notes played concurrently. As you are learning to play guitar you will ascertain that there are many distinct chords to master. It is necessary that you take things slowly and perfect the most commonly used ones before moving on. In fact simply a couple of essential chords can be employed to play hundreds of Read The Post [...]

The Rewards of Learning Guitar Chords and Playing the Guitar

Thursday, March 17th, 2011
So you've got yourself a guitar and you're contemplating learning to play it. You've just made a wonderful decision, and you will be well on your way toward a lifetime of rewards merely by learning a few guitar chords. Whether you end up playing guitar for yourself in the isolation of your own home, plucking chords by a campfire with acquaintances, Read The Post [...]