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Can anyone help me out here? When my Les Paul slides back and forth against my shirt it produces a pretty loud crackle like static electricity? Any Ideas what causes this, and what can I do to solv...
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My son is studying the drums with a teacher and considers himself a drummer, but he spends a lot of time playing the piano. He s spent enough time teaching himself, mostly from You Tube, that he no...
I needed to learn to play Van Halen s Panama for an upcoming gig, so I turned to You Tube for Musicians for a quick easy lesson.... I got a little sidetracked and started this thread of the best Va...
I am going to be a dad soon and I want to pass on my interest in music to my child. I realize there s a million answers to this question, so I m curious what people think. Playing music was not an ...
Description: This is a sample blog article, written by Ronan Guilfoyle and found here: [link] I was recently reading all the hype about the new Gatsby film, and reading so much rubbish, (at least i...
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Description: This is a sample blog article, written by Stuart Dredge and can be found here: [link] Musician Damon Krukowski has already made waves with one Pitchfork op-ed on streaming music royalt...
Description: This is a sample blog article written by Espie Estrella and can be found here: [link] 5 Reasons to Play a Musical Instrument Learning to play a musical instrument offers a lot of benef...
I m an advanced lead guitar player, so I know a bunch of standard blues licks and a few turnarounds, but I don t think I ever sound like a real blues guitarist. I want to be able to throw some auth...
Lesson Description: Finish your leads with some impressive turn-arounds. [link] ' title='Open This Lesson'>Open This Lesson This is an open discussion for all members of this school.
Lesson Description: Learn advanced soloing techniques over 12 bar blues. [link] ' title='Open This Lesson'>Open This Lesson This is an open discussion for all members of this school.
I have a dyslexic piano student with up and down difficulties, what instrument is best for a student with this type of difficulty?
Does anybody know a chat room for a band website? I have added a web chat room to my band website. It works pretty well on my mobile and I can add videos but it is not letting me integrate my users...
Hey, I need a relatively inexpensive system to record a student band jamming, and to show them generaly how recording works, but don t want to turn it into a class on protools. We d probably genera...
I am curious what software people are using to create music notation. I have a Mac PowerBook.
I think I really want one of these puppies! [image] I would love to hear from anyone who has one of these things. I want to create crazy weird sounds, but I wuold also like to know how it sounds cl...
My feeling is that funk is all about inprecision and relaxing around the one. Listen how Bootsy does it. Can you be any more chill than that? [link]
Lesson Description: Play an E chord! Open This Lesson This is an open discussion for all members of this school.
Lesson Description: Play your first chord! [link] ' title='Open This Lesson'>Open This Lesson This is an open discussion for all members of this school.
Lesson Description: A short lesson on reading tabulature (TAB) [link] ' title='Open This Lesson'>Open This Lesson This is an open discussion for all members of this school.
Does the note sound better when you wrinkle your face? Does it mean you are really feeling it? Does your audience feel it more? [link]
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Wednesday February 28, 2018
What an amazing to watch, beautiful tribute to Bob! This awesome a capella version of Bob Marley's 'Could You Be Loved' was made by Israeli musicians in honor of what would have been the late Marley's 70th Birthday. - Open Video
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