I’d like to start this week’s Guitar Noise Events Horizon with a repeat announcement from last week (hopefully that makes sense!)
In our last post we learned there is only one kind of major scale. Now let’s look at the minor scale – and there are LOTS of different minor scales!
“Time in a Bottle” by Jim Croce draws together all sorts of things we have been learning. It uses capos, features two guitars, and even changes key mid-song.
Hello and welcome again toÂ the latest Events Horizon, our weekly blog post where we do our best to catch you up on upcoming shows all over the world.
We get lots of questions from beginners about how to get faster at changing chords. While practice is important we have one special tip that can help a lot.
It’s Wednesday again, which means it’s time for the latestÂ Events Horizon,Â our weekly blog post where we do our best to catch you up on upcoming shows.
Now we’ll get into the grand-daddy of music theory. The major scale is important to theory because it’s the yardstick by which we measure all other scales.
A belated Happy New Year and welcome to the first Guitar NoiseÂ Events Horizon of 2012. There is going to be a lot of live music for you to enjoy this year.