Self-taught guitarists usually pick up a few bad habits. Here are some more basic ways to clean up your playing.
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Guitar mastery starts with finesse. And we often lose sight of tiny little details that help you in quite a big way when it comes to playing.
Hello to all! Celebrating Chinese New Year is a tradition here at Guitar Noise, coming from Paul’s living in China for numerous years and my own celebrations in Chicago’s China Town whenever the New Year rolled around. Saturday, January 28, marks the beginning of the “Year of the Rooster.” If you are 12, 24, 36, […]
Chords are a guitarist’s bread and butter. After learning some open chord shapes, beginners will need to work on switching effortlessly between chords.
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.
Is it cheating to use a capo? It’s a question that gets asked a lot by guitarists and songwriters. What else can you try instead of slapping on a capo?
I don’t think I’ve ever wished a year to get by so fast as I have been wishing for this one to do so. It’s been a particularly brutal year on musicians.
Here is a simple guitar arrangement of “Paddy Whack,” a traditional Irish fiddle tune, that’s not too difficult to play.