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If you’re new to the guitar or Guitar Noise, there can be an awful lot of information to digest. Many of your guitar questions have probably been answered here already. This page will help you try and find those answers. If you need help and advice from other Guitar Noise users, head over to the Forums and join the conversation.
Writing songs may not be something that can be taught, but it is something that you can learn. This page features some of the advice we’ve given songwriters over the years.
There is more to playing guitar than memorizing guitar scales. Here are some examples of how you can use scales to spice up your playing.
Guitar Noise has been teaching guitar technique online for over ten years. The answers to the most common questions are featured here.
Music theory for guitar doesn’t have to be a scary subject. This page answers some of your most common questions about theory.
Guitar Noise has its own series of guitar lesson podcasts. These are thirty-minute, one-on-one lessons with GN managing editor David Hodge. Generally, we add a new episode every second Monday. You can either listen to the podcast directly from our website or download it to your computer. To play the podcast from our website, all […]
In 2010, we’ll be trying to get back into writing and publishing more reviews at Guitar Noise. Trouble is that we usually get so many things (CDs, books, tutorials, DVDs, picks, capos and just about anything you might imagine) that we usually end up quite backlogged with reviews. Hopefully we’ll find some middle ground that […]
To answer your question, if you are twenty-six you have plenty of opportunity to make it. Then again you will always have opportunity to make it. However, you will need to better define “make it”. There are many questions you need to ask yourself. Do you just want to play as your sole means of […]