How many of you really understand the importance of proper posture? This article takes a look at proper guitar posture and its effect on your playing.
Classical Guitar Lessons
Many people consider classical guitar the most difficult and challenging style of guitar to master. Dive into these lessons and find out why that might not be true.
In the final installment of her look at “The Learning Curve of Various Styles of Guitar,” Jamie Andreas examines what is needed to become proficient as a jazz or a classical guitarist.
Logan Gabriel reintroduces us to the metronome – friend and foe of all guitarists. Logan has some wonderful advice on how to make the most of using this essential piece of equipment and make the most of our practicing.
Popular music has taken a lot of classical. Yet classical guitarists have borrowed very little in return.
Rasgueados serve two very important purposes. They can be a technical exercise as well as a way to add rhythmic variety to a harmonic accompaniment.
This lesson continues our look at ways you can build your improvisatory vocabulary.
The classical guitar is an instrument that leans heavily on a repertoire of standard works. Is it possible to improvise classical music?
One thing to know about playing fast is that it’s rarely necessary to play fast for lengthy periods of time. This lesson is on speed bursts.
A common goal for many musicians is learning how to play fast. This lesson has a few techniques aimed at building guitar speed.