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I have an 11 year old son and we recently bought him a drum kit. He has had a few lessons, but unfortunately, he doesnt practice very much. Any suggestions to get him to practice more?
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I play a bit of trumpet, and my daughter has decided to start playing trombone in the middle-school band. I don t know much about trombones, but I know enough to realize that the stuff the dealer w...
I can t believe that it s already 10 years ago that one of my biggest musical heroes, Johnny Cash, passed away. What s your favorite Cash tune? [link] t=Johnny%20Cash-Walk%20The%20Line
These guys are crushing a Bieber tune! Just had to share.... [link] t=Dirty%20Loops%20Baby%20 (Justin%20Bieber%20cover)
Hi, Just joined the site. I m trying to learn everything I can about playing like Jerry Garcia (and anyone associated...Bob Weir, Steve Kimock, Jimmy Herring etc..etc...) I ve found some good vids ...
I ve really been getting into singing and playing cowboy songs on my acoustic guitar. My favorite might be Mama Tried by Merle Haggard. I would like to learn a bunch more in that style... simple so...
I just got a JTM 45 reproduction amp. Don t really know a ton about them. Is a JTM 45 combo amp the same as the BluesBreaker? What do you know about the JTM 45 combo?
A friend asked me how to add variety to his two hand tapping. I came up with this exercise that s pretty easy and a bit like Van Halen s Eruption. It s easy to fall into the rut of playing the same...
I sold my early 60s Fender Deluxe, and got a pair of AC 15C1s instead...They sound GREAT! but I m now thinking about how I can improve the sound even more down the road. What are my best choices fo...
I m a beginner with open tunings and am looking for a practical place to start with country/blues. I d love suggestions of good open tunings to begin with and perhaps some easier songs to emulate/l...
This is kinda long, but is one of the most comprehensive articles about the advantages and disadvantages of various styles of picking technique for guitar. This has been floating around the interne...
If you love peaceful piano music then please try to take a few moments from your day to listen to this new internet radio concert on sunday afternoons. here is the site info: [link] . [image]
I have a US Standard Stratocaster with stock pickups. I would like to get a hotter sound, but maintain that classic Strat sound, and I m thinking about going in the SRV direction. I m pretty sure t...
G day I am a guitar teacher running the following site [link] I currently teach lessons online using skype. I would like to know if there are any other music teachers out there that are also teachi...
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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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