Knowing where, exactly, all the notes are on your guitar’s fretboard will ultimately make you a more creative guitar player.
Learning to Play Guitar Tips
Learning to play guitar isn't always easy. We do our best to make it simpler for you, but we don't make outrageous promises that you’ll be able to play in 30 days or less. It's going to be hard work. The lessons on this page offer you all kinds of tips and advice that will help you learn to play guitar as well as you can.
Tom Hess, guitarist for the epic metal band Rhapsody Of Fire and a mentor to professional musicians worldwide, gives advice about how to make it in the music industry.
One of the greatest abilities you can have as a musical artist is to be able to take any idea or emotion and accurately convey it in music.
It’s good to be noticed and appreciated for your guitar playing. Here are ten marketing tips you can use to help build a name for yourself.
To allow your musical feeling to emerge and give life to the notes you play, you must have the technique required to produce those notes in the first place.
Teaching yourself guitar runs the risk of developing some potentially harmful habits. You can avoid many common beginners’ mistakes with these helpful tips from David Hodge.
There are lots of guitar tutorials. Tom Hess explains how knowing precisely what you should be practicing will help you get the results that you want.
Jamie Andreas’ offers her secrets to “going for the music,” helping your musical performances channel the very soul of music from you to your listeners.
If you’re learning guitar and want the advantages of having a teacher but you’re worried about finances, taking group lessons may be just the thing for you!
Do you really need to know music theory to play? How about reading music? Although the answer is pretty simple, there’s a lot to consider when making those choices. David discusses these decisions and what they mean, or should mean, to you.