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Millions of people around the world play guitar, and when you have an instrument that is just So. Darn. Popular… you get to choose from loads of guitar tips to help you on your way.
Holding and using a guitar pick correctly is lesson one for beginner guitarists and yet it’s also something you’ll revisit as you progress on your guitar journey.
This guide will enable you to tune your acoustic, electric or classical guitar in a jiffy, no matter what type of tuner you have, or even if you don’t have one at all.
Do you want your guitar to give you the best sound possible?
Below we’ve pulled together everything you need to know about how to care for a guitar, to help you keep your cherished musical instrument in top condition and sounding great for a very long time.
Beginners are often introduced to capos when they search for their first guitar.
Capos also tend to be included in guitar packs and are high on anyone’s list of essential guitar accessories for beginners.
This is an article that I originally posted on my Huffpost column.
The fast-paced evolution of technology in the modern workplace makes constant learning vital, but that same fast pace means there’s little time left to read and learn.
In this article, I’ll spill the beans on a rock music secret—the difference between a total beginner and bass guitarist in a rock band is about three months… but you can get it down to one if you know how.
Electric guitar history is a fascinating subject and there’s enough information out there to keep you reading for weeks.
If you’d prefer to cut to the chase with a neat and tidy list of the most important points—you’re in the right place.
If you’ve just started learning guitar, you probably want a simple guide to the most important guitar accessories.
That’s why we’ve put together the ultimate guitar accessories list—to help you get the most out of your guitar.