Maybe you have watched a YouTube video of some great guitar playing and thought "I would love to learn that but the guitar playing is too darn fast". Well, as proof you are not alone, GuitarTeacher.com reader ~Daniel~ recently commented to my Canon Rock video guitar lesson
"hey thanks for the awesome post but do you know a program i can use ... View Lesson
It is that most wonderful, gift-giving time of the year. In an effort to help out those looking for inexpensive gifts to give to the guitar players in their life, following are 10 inexpensive items that any guitarist would appreciate in their Christmas stocking. All are under $15. Some of these items have more expensive counterparts, but those wouldn't be appropriate for this list. Maybe ... View Lesson
The home computer is becoming as important to guitarists as their axes and amplifiers. Not only is it an unbelievable resource for videos, sheet music and guitar lessons but there are many great software programs available that allow you to record and produce your own music, slow down guitar parts for study, jam with ... View Lesson
Let's imagine for a minute you are a carpenter (maybe you are a carpenter; for the rest of you, stick with me). You get hired to build a house. Even with all your knowledge, experience and desire to do the job, what do you need before you can get to work? You need the tools of your trade, of course! For a carpenter it would ... View Lesson
You know the old saying "out of sight, out of mind", right? Well, don't let this apply when it comes to your guitar. Keep your guitar out of the case and in plain view with either a guitar stand or a guitar wall hangar. You should find you get in more practice time by simply ... View Lesson
Purchase a string winder. It will save half your time when changing guitar strings. Well worth the dollar or two. And you get to play those minty-fresh strings sooner!
Additionally, they cleanly lift out the bridge pins on acoustic guitars. View Lesson
Have you changed your guitar strings this month?? This year??? Ever???!!! If you haven't because you are intimidated by the process, this lesson is for you.
There are many benefits to keeping your strings fresh, including better tone, better feel and better dynamics to mention a few. Of course your guitar will look better. And a guitar with clean, new strings practically begs to be played!
Replace ... View Lesson
Learning the parts of the guitar is fundamental. The most common guitars used today can be classified as either Acoustic Guitars or Electric Guitars. Both types share the same three basic areas in common: Head, Neck and Body.
The head of the guitar (or 'headstock' as some prefer) is ... View Lesson