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Recording Yourself Practising

Recording yourself practise is a habit well worth encouraging in your students. Not only does it...
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The Internet: A Helpful Hindrance

We truly live in an age of unprecedented opportunities for growing as guitarists, and indeed,...
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Visualising The Fretboard In Intervals

If like myself you are a guitarist interested in becoming a 'well rounded' player and all that...
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Recommended Books for Jazz Guitar/Improvisation

I would recommend the following books for anyone looking to learn how to improvise, or to...

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  • Visualising The Fretboard In Intervals

    Dan Smith Guitar Electric Guitar Teacher (Manchester) Picture If like myself you are a guitarist interested in becoming a 'well rounded' player and all that comes with that, you will have no doubt encountered the hundreds if not thousands of scales, chords, arpeggios, diagrams, chord boxes and chord sheets with chord names longer than your arm, that you...
  • The Electric Guitar

    Tibo Electric Guitar Teacher (Redhill) Picture Since its invention in the 1930s, the sound of the electric guitar has evolved significantly. Over the years, guitar players have made full use of its components, from the bending the strings to tweaking the pickups, to generate music like never before. Electric guitars bring an unlimited...
  • Entry level guitar

    andrew mcdowell Electric Guitar Teacher (Glasgow) Picture Entry level guitar is one of the most flexible, and easily grasped musical instruments available. TAB and chord charts can be easily understood as they have their basis in logic rather than previously learned knowledge, therefore a student can instantly begin playing basic chords and melodies....

 

  • School Jazz Ensemble Tour to Germany

    Tom McCredie Electric Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture I believe that travelling and sharing new musical experiences is a wonderful way for young people to develop their musical skills. In February 2016, Highbury Grove School (11-18yrs) took the Jazz ensemble, that I had been working with for a year, on tour for a week to Southern Germany,...
  • That Difficult F Barre Chord

    Campbell Murray Electric Guitar Teacher (Motherwell) Picture Guitar bar chords (or barre chords/barré chords) play an important part in guitar playing. They are used extensively in all kinds of music. Bar chords are called the way they are because you 'bar' all the strings at one fret with your index finger. When doing this your finger replaces the nut...
  • Small chords can make great music Editor's Pick

    Electric Guitar Teacher (North West London) Picture When guitarists play chords, they often play 5 or 6 strings at a time, using standard open or barre chords. This is perfectly legitimate, of course, but I’d like to present another approach to playing chords. A chord in its simplest form consists of only 2 notes played simultaneously. Therefore...