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When it comes to talking about great musicians, people will often refer to them as "Naturally Talented" or "Gifted". While it is true that they are naturally talented, people never go deeper to think about or find out about what it took for them to become "Naturally Talented". This article will help you find out what natural talent is and how you can have it.
When it comes to playing electric guitar, there is a variety of things you can do with it beyond just playing notes. Incorporating the whammy bar and other electric guitar specific techniques is an important part in developing your sound.
Today there will be another format article. Down here, I’m will go through a brief analysis on a technique, used by a very well known guitar player – Marty Freedman. It is pretty unusual, so, let’s go through it.
Discover one of, if not the most used fingerpicking patterns for guitar. This pattern exists in literally thousands of songs, and by learning it, you will develop the ability to play many songs that use fingerpicking. I will also show you how to apply it to your own playing to use whenever you like!
Many musicians think that perfecting skills on guitar in isolation will help them become a better guitar player. The mistake that they are making by focusing on perfection instead of progress is holing them back from reaching their goals.
While the sound of slide guitar may be familiar to most guitar players, many don't ever consider adopting it as part of their guitar playing arsenal. Check this article out to get the basics of slide guitar playing down in an easy to understand step by step method, and start using it to create awesome sounding licks straight away!
Today I would like to talk to you about a very useful guitar technique – alternate picking. I will tell you about it’s essentials and the most frequent problem, that a lot of guitarists have with it.
From this article you will find the guitar essentials, like: Names and numbers of strings, What the frets are, How to make sound out of your guitar, Remembering exercises,
Learn this very simple yet advanced sounding fingerpicking blues guitar technique. With this approach you will be able to play both the rhythm and lead parts to a blues at the same time, on the one guitar!
At some time during your journey as a guitarist and musician, you will feel like your guitar playing has gotten boring and predictable. You see yourself playing the same things over and over again and are looking for a way to add something new and fresh to your playing.