Here’s a lesson on Guitar Hand Synchronization. This is chapter 3 from “5 Minute Guitar”
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Here’s a guitar lesson on Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes with a guitar tab (guitar tablature).
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If only every beginner guitar player watched this video FIRST….
Today, my video for you is how to hold the guitar pick. This is one of these details that is so important!
So, what I wanna talk to you about today, is the buzz, and that rattle, and that nasty sound we get on the guitar. You know that sound!! Nasty stuff!
First, I just wanna bring to your attention to the parts on the guitar…
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This is the kind of stuff that pro guitar players do naturally…but no one that I’ve seen will break it down and explain it like I do in this video lesson.
How to stabilize your hand to avoid hitting wrong strings & How to play fast and smooth…
Guitar Buying Guide: Acoustic vs Electric Guitar
Ah, the age old question. “I’m a beginner and I don’t know which Guitar to get – acoustic or electric? + Read More
So this is always an interesting topic and question that I get asked a lot being a guitar teacher. The question is: “My kid’s ____ years old. Is that too young?” + Read More
So! It’s time to get into guitar playing. First off, Congrats for making the first steps to one of the most enjoyable things on the planet!
In this article I hope to provide you with some tips on buying a guitar for a beginner.
Ok, so I love guitar tab but it’s kinda like sheet music for dummies. Or maybe we should call is sheet music for guitar players! haha, I guess I’m making fun of myself here!
Tab or ‘tablature’ as it’s derived from, + Read More
Restringing an electric guitar AND restringing an acoustic guitar – Kind of important? YES! Fresh strings are the greatest thing on a guitar and a sure way to improve your existing gear. + Read More