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For Love of The Guitar – Part 3

The biggest hurdle in learning the guitar for me was switching between chords. This proved to take more time than anything else. I started out switching between the D major and C major chords. Again, I used a metronome and started at a very slow speed. I can’t stress enough how important using a metronome is to beginners (I said this in Part 2 of this series!). I didn’t start using it in the beginning and I had to go back and work on my rhythm (and I am still working on it today!). I eventually moved on to work on switching between every other major and minor chord. Switching to the G major chord was always the most difficult for me because it requires moving your fingers the longest distance.

For Love Of The Guitar – Part 2

So now that I gave you a background about why I started playing the guitar, I am going to take you through exactly how I learned. I will go through step by step my techniques, struggles, and successes. I know I can relate to the beginner guitar players out there, so I hope I can inspire you “newbies” to keep going.

What You Must Know Before You Record Your Songs

I want to help you decide when you are ready to record your songs and what you must know before you book a session in a recording studio. At some point every singer either wants to or is required to record and there are some common mistakes and misconceptions about the recording process including cost and how to make sure you come out with a great recording.

How You Can Sing Much Better by Taking Control of Your Larynx

Here you will know how to sing better by taking control of your larynx. You will learn what your larynx does and is for. No, this is not a biology corse. It’s mainly focus on integrating the knowledge for you to control your larynx as commonly known as the voice box.

For Love Of The Guitar – Part 1

Learning the guitar is one of the most difficult things I have done in my life. Not picking it up until I was in my mid 20s didn’t help either (not that 27 is old as dirt, but it’s not exactly young either). So after two years of this ongoing adventure, I am here to share my thoughts, advice, trials and tribulations of learning the beauty and wonder that we all call the guitar.

How to Teach Sheet Music for Children

Sheet music is written music which musicians read to come up with a musical composition. People who wish to know how to read this type of music need to be taught. Teaching kids is not hard as long as you are able to know how to grab their attention.

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