New Year, New Guitar?
Want to buy a new guitar this year? Arm yourself with fistfulls of knowledge from our FAQs and lessons. Make your next trip to the music store a pleasant one by following our learned advice.
One question that we’re always getting here at Guitar Noise is “where do I begin?” It can be about lessons in general or about the website as a whole.
A single guitar arrangement of “Wake Me Up When September Ends” that’s simple to play and keeps the flavor of the original recording.
Margaritaville by Jimmy Buffet doesn’t take long to learn. We only need three chords and even a relative beginner will be able to impress their friends.
With Friend of the Devil we’ll take a very easy song and come up with some interesting things we can do while arranging it for the single guitar.
If you’re new to the guitar, here is a starter guide of the first ten songs you should learn how to play. We have included chords and audio for each song.
In this, the first of a series of four articles, we begin to hone our strumming techniques so that any rhythmic pattern will be within our grasp.
Here’s a list of the things you should look for and consider when buying a used acoustic guitar. Besides saving money you’ll discover all sorts of benefits.
The latest podcast explores a few different ways of strumming Green Day’s “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life).” When you learn to combine strums and single note picking you’ll acquire an important skill that works in so many other songs you play.
The Guitar Noise Podcast is an in depth, one-on-one lesson with David Hodge, the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Guitar. These lessons are absolutely free and incredibly fun. Check out the list of podcasts and start listening today.