Buying an acoustic guitar means weighing up everything from price through to the kind of sound and performance that you want to produce. Classical guitars vary in size from dreadnought and jumbo types, while differences in nylon and steel strings will affect the tones being produced from playing. Acoustic guitars may also be found with […]
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I stumbled across a YouTube video of Van Halen performing the song “Dreams” from their debut album with Sammy Haggar “5150.” It’s a great song, if you like the Sammy era, which you should. You should also like the Dave ere, of course. You know…it’s okay to like both.
For years I didn’t play with a capo. It just seemed like one more thing to get in the way of playing for me. All of the songs my band wrote were in standard tuning, so I never had a need. Our singer would often play with a capo, which I thought was just fine […]
Money Learning guitar online is far cheaper than paying to take lessons in person. In many cases you get full guitar instruction at under fifty bucks, whereas taking lessons in person could cost you fifty bucks per lesson!
If you want to learn how to play guitar there are a few things you should do and a few things you should not do.
This is an acoustic version of the song Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leppard that I worked up for a gig about a year ago. The crowd loved it as my last song of the night, joining in on singing the chorus loudly.
Using online guitar lessons to learn to play the guitar or improve an already blossoming talent is a convenient and affordable way to obtain instruction. Video clips and written explanations with diagrams are a couple of the forms of online guitar lessons.
If you want to jump into learning guitar NOW and get results NOW then the Musician’s Toolbox method is for you. They offer a unique first person point of view video experience that let’s you see the instructor’s fretting hand as if it were your own.