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Tips for Touring Guitarists

Tips For Touring Guitarists

Blog Moved  I’ve recently started a new website dedicated to guitar tone called Anatomy of Guitar Tone . I’ve moved this blog on Tips for Touring Guitarists to the new site and have updated more pictures and audio files. Please drop by and check it out and other articles on the many aspects of guitar […]

10 Questions To Ask When Learning A Song

Learning songs is a deceptive skill. Once we start to have some familiarity with a composition, we start to believe we know it better then we really do. Often when we need to recall a tune, we end up with some missing spaces. Have you ever noticed that you can remember every lyric to some songs […]

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 […]

How To Pace Learning New Guitar Skills

It’s hard when you’re learning guitar to have a concept of the amount of material you can handle. One of the drawbacks to teaching yourself guitar is pacing. Players can get stuck because the overload prevents them from progressing. It took me a long time to understand this. I was self taught. I would overload […]

How To Practice Guitar -Learning Songs pt. 2

here is part 2 from last weeks blog on Methods for Learning Songs.   Set Up   Having an organized area will be of great assistance in how to practice guitar . I don’t want to waste any time looking for a pencil, pen capo, slide or paper. I create a work space just for […]

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