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4 Tips To Keep In Mind When Practising Guitar

The following article contains 4 important tips to keep in mind when practicing an instrument....
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Teaching young children

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  • 4 Tips To Keep In Mind When Practising Guitar

    Lui Falkentorp Electric Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture The following article contains 4 important tips to keep in mind when practicing an instrument. These 4 tips are aimed at any individual wanting to learn a new instrument or improve their current level of playing. However, it is my belief that the 4 tips can be transferred to almost any scenario...
  • You Are Never Too Old To Learn The Guitar

    Stefan Joubert Electric Guitar Teacher (West London) Picture I know it is a cliche by now, but it is so, so, so true. You are never, NEVER too old to learn to play the guitar! All you need is a bit of faith and the right attitude to put in the required time and effort! You need to be persistent too. The facts are: we can do SO much more than we can...
  • Three Chords and The Truth

    Sam Bloxsidge Electric Guitar Teacher (North West London) Picture My musical journey began properly at the age of ten, when I first held a guitar in my hands and was shown three chords. A, D and E. This gave me The Trogs classic 'Wild Thing.' I practised the changes to death on a beat up old classical guitar that had steel strings on it. I felt exhilarate...

 

  • The Joy Of The Pentatonic Scale On Guitar

    Richard Constable Electric Guitar Teacher (South West London) Picture The Pentatonic scale comes from the 2 words "Penta" which means five and "Tonic" which means note. As per the words in the name it reflects that there are 5 notes in this scale. One of the reasons we learn scales is because the notes that are in the scales go really well together and this is the...
  • Ten Little Things That Help Mindful Music Practice

    Craig Oxley Electric Guitar Teacher (Kingston upon Thames) Picture This is all about DELIBERATE practice; getting granular, Micro vs Macro. Perfect practice really makes the difference when it comes to performance and using this little hack really worked for me so give it a try. Here's what do : - Find a short passage (one to two bars long) and play through it,...
  • Why Choose To Play Guitar?

    TobySeed Electric Guitar Teacher (South East London) Picture The chances are that if you are reading this article you have already selected to play the guitar, but maybe you need to convince your parents. Of course you should only opt for the instrument that you are passionate about, a second choice will always leave you thinking, "maybe I should have...