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Why Learning Guitar Chords Are Essential in Mastering the Spanish Guitar

Learning classical guitar can be daunting due to the sheer number of skills you need to acquire and master. These include reading sheet music and building up your fretting and plucking techniques. One essential skill that often falls by the wayside is playing guitar chords. More often than not, classical guitar students pay more attention …

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Studio Recording Tips for Guitarists & Vocalists

You love music, and you know you have the talent to show it through singing and playing the guitar. You’ve listened to countless artists and written a few songs of your own. Now, you believe you’re ready to start recording. However, here’s the unfortunate truth: Bad recording equipment won’t do anything to improve your overall sound. …

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Soloing & Improvisation Tips

Guitar solos – whether learned, composed, or improvised – can be among the most fun and rewarding endeavors on the instrument. From advanced rock’s virtuoso technical wizardry, to melodic minimalist simplicity, and along the whole spectrum of tasteful lead guitar phrasing in between, soloing and improvisation are arguably the most important parts of lead guitar …

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How to Get the Best Classical Guitar for Your Kids? | Kids Guitar Buying Guide

Does guitar fascinate your kids? Yes, I know our kids love music and musical instruments. If your kids are older than 5 or 6 years, then probably it is the time to get them a guitar. Let’s assume you have never purchased a guitar before, so you are a newcomer in this. And since there …

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Implementing licks into your chord progressions or riffs

Would you like to add some lead elements to your guitar riffs or chord progressions, but you’ve never done something creative before? If you are not experienced in improvising, an easy way to get started is to use the pentatonic scale. The good thing about the pentatonic scale is that it is easy to memorize …

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