Sharing music is what Guitar Noise is all about and what better way to do so than to help give a little encouragement to someone? Here is a cool story and some advice from Laura Lasley, writer for Guitar Noise’s The Other Side.
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There are all sorts of reasons to not join in on the fun of playing with others. Hopefully, though, you’ll find that you can work your way through most of them! Here are some thoughts from our resident doctor, mom and guitarist that might help you overcome some of the anxieties that may cause you to miss out on some great times.
You may not know it, but if you live in or around New York, there’s no excuse for you to not meet and jam with other musicians. Take a tour along with the Lasleys of this terrific place!
Laura examines the finer details of the acoustic vs. electric debate through her own experience with these two guitar types and shows how they are indeed two totally different takes on the same idea.
This article discusses children and musical instruments. How young can one start? What things should be taken into consideration? There’s some wonderful tips and advice here.
No one is too young to have a love of music instilled in them. Here are some times on teaching music to children.
It’s a bonus when someone recognizes you for your performance and appreciates you for that. But then, of course, the pressure of recognition sinks in.
Kelly Richey is a blues-rock guitarist who has been compared to Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan, for her amazing guitar leads.