Guitar chords are the most frustrating thing to master when taking easy guitar lessons. Everthing in life comes with practice.You can be asured that all the effort cursing and swearing will be well worth it in the end.Teaching students have allowed me to see the common mistakes that are made while learning to master the chords.I present Read the rest of this entry »
Learning to play the guitar is easily accomplished by anyone if they persevere. Excuses should not be in your vocabulary. Nothing can be accomplished without practice. I am about to show Read the rest of this entry »
The most important aspect of playing bass is the way the guitar is picked.The picking determines the way the notes will eventually sound.Good or bad habits learnt will surface in your playing.Bass guitar lessons will determine the quality of your playing.A change in hand positioning can Read the rest of this entry »
While there is no one answer that can solve everyone’s problem, there are a number of concepts and theories that can help you break through the barrier that keeps you from reaching your full potential.The one thing that you need to realize is that you don’t need to be a genius to become a great guitarist. The two key things you need to have in your possession are interest and commitment.
The guitarist who dares to challenge himself takes the risk of failing. This is where many musicians lose their battle with low self-esteem and quit.
It’s not that they didn’t take the risk, rather, that they failed and couldn’t pick themselves up again. If you realize that failure is a part of growth and that it takes many jam sessions to get some tricks down, you have just acquired the first skill you will need to become the ultimate guitarist. Read the rest of this entry »
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Guitar Instructions to play Basira Beardsworth and Leilah Be’s Custom Zikr using Open Tuning guitar. https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2B1UUTwZqYaOGc4MTlWX1p5d2c&usp=sharing
The above link takes you to the Dances of Universal Peace guitar resources noted in the video – one with standard and open tuning chords for all of the two Leilah Be books of dances, the other with a comprehensive analysis of chord options for C Open Tuning.
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Chang Gon Park plays the Swing Classic II guitar in a Gary Moore style – Swing Guitars.
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In this guitar lesson, I´m going to teach you a cool country rhythm riff which is great for playing with a telecaster guitar. In this kind of guitar riffs is pretty common to use the chicken picking technique, also called hybrid picking. This is when the pick works together with the fingers. Also notice the use of some open strings, something which is a key part of the country guitar.
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Playing Guitar Solos without String Noise
This is something I think many of us guitar players struggle with, especially when trying to pull off smooth guitar solos. I’ve always found it difficult to avoid string noise when playing fast such as speed picking or doing sweep arpeggios then doing a bend without getting other strings involved.
This is a right hand technique in which I use my thumb and first finger to mute the neighboring strings. I quickly tuck my pick under my middle finger to do this. I use this technique when I do bends, or what some call milking a note, and also when I’m doing a lot of hammer on’s.
This guitar technique may seem a little awkward at first, but practice it and over time you’ll get it down. Feel free to leave questions in the comments section.
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F Blues Licks Guitar Lesson: Find the tabs at http://www.freeguitarvideos.com/LJ_Bl/LJ02.html Peter will start by reviewing the Fm Pentatonic Scale in two positions and the F Blues Scale. You will then learn a few blues riffs that use notes from these scales.
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