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More Then One Way To Use A Metronome

It’s very important to use a metronome when practicing. Some players get caught in a trap though and never develop a strong relationship with the click. They tend t obey instead of communicate. Here are some tis on how to strengthen your relationship with a metronome.  

Lesson on Polyphonic Guitar

The Polyphonic Guitarist Are you a monophonic or polyphonic player? As guitarists, we have a tendency to get caught up in speed and single note lines. Ask any guitarist to solo and odds are it will be single note lines played on the high strings. There almost seems to be an installed switch for most […]

British Pedal Company MKII Tonebender Review

For years, the tones of Early Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck were a mystery. I’ve played through many of the same guitars and amps. It still didn’t have the same rasp though. Eventually, due to the power of the world wide web (remember when it was called that?), I was able to find more info […]

The Mystery Of Chord Voicings

When I was young and first taking up guitar, I bought a book of guitar chords. This seemed like a logical thing to do. My thought was anytime I saw a chord, I could immediately look it up. I would spend time going through the book everyday. I experimented with all kinds of chords. I […]

Lesson on Memorizing Songs Using Games

There is a lot of time we’re away from our instruments. Valuable time we wish we could be practicing. Who says we can’t practice when we don’t have our instruments though? I get some of my mot valuable practice time when I don’t have my instrument in my hands. This is partly due to the […]

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