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• Author: @michaelsocarras
Speed WILL NOT come overnight. This is a VERY long process that you will need to work on for several years. Always refining your technique, always playing cleaner and of course always aiming for faster speeds. That being said lets get started:
• Author: @michaelsocarras
Chords in a key used for songwriting. If you've never written something original you can start by using these simple progressions.
The Relative key is C Minor. So the chords are exactly the same.
• Author: @chusss
Today I'd like to share with you a few tremolo/whammy bar tricks. I don't consider myself an expert nor an advanced player regarding this technique, But I have learned a few tricks over the years that I like to mix in my playing. They allow me sometimes to express and get some various cool sounds
If you want to be a better guitar player and musician, setting goals for yourself and being held accountable to them is the only way that you are going to make any significant progress.
As guitar players we all go through times where we become bored and stale with our own guitar playing. Learn how to get yourself out of this situation by exploring ways to increase your creativity on the instrument through some really cool techniques and unique approaches to playing guitar.
Studying the styles of other guitar players is a great way to improve your own playing. In this article we will take a close look at the style of guitar playing great Chet Atkins. At the base of his playing style is an awesome fingerpicking technique known as travis picking. Double stop riffs is also another feature of Chet's playing and we will also take a look at several ways to use these in your one guitar playing.
Let us adress the biggest Elephant in the Room when it comes to playing guitar, when it comes to playing music, when it comes to listening music – the seemingly oldest story ever, which is the nonsensical way people approach Feelings in music, and how that seems to have become a problem for a bit too many musicians out there.