About Guitar Strings
About Guitar Strings

This article aims to introduce guitarists to their strings. There are many different gauges, types and shapes available to use on a guitar. Knowing about guitar strings will help a guitarist make an informed decision when it comes time to buy...

Guitar Mistakes - 3 Mistakes...
Guitar Mistakes - 3 Mistakes Made By Beginner Guitar Players

There are three mistakes that beginning guitar players make that totally destroys their ability for advancing quickly in the mastery of their instrument. If they can avoid these three mistakes, they will see a big changes in how fast they progress...

Guitar Buying - Getting Started...
Guitar Buying - Getting Started With A Practice Amp

If you have limited funds after guitar buying, but would like to own an amp, start out with what's known as a practice amp - one that has a decent feature set (tone controls, reverb, and two or more volume controls so that you can sculpt your...

Guitar For Beginners - Play The...
Guitar For Beginners - Play The Guitar The Right Way - Never Give Up

We've all been there before... at the beginning. We all asked the same questions. For example, what should one learn first? Should we learn guitar chords, guitar scales, or songs? The answer to the questions posed above is, it depends! I know...

How To Improve Your Guitar...
How To Improve Your Guitar Playing With And Without A Metronome

Do you think that using a metronome is important for improving your guitar playing? Here is how you should use the metronome in your guitar practicing in order to make faster progress as a musician.  On this issue, guitar players tend to fall into...

History of the Electric Guitar - Music Technology

History of the Electric Guitar - Music Technology

The fame of the electric guitar started in the big band era when guitarists wanted to amplify their guitars to compete with the large brass sections in jazz orchestras. Earlier, electric guitars were mainly made up of empty acoustic bodies with electromagnetic pick ups attached, to convert the sound into electrical energy for amplifiers.

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