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My most recent article on some of the reasons I enjoy teaching guitar, and how it can make you a better musician, was published by a major online lesson site. Here s a link to the article: [link] Mike
Have you ever tried to play another instrument other than your guitar? The bass guitar is easy to transition to from guitar because it is basically the lowest 4 strings of the guitar – EADG. Howeve...
Sometimes I forget how much the guitar has changed my life. It would have started at about the age of 5, being energized by the catchy riffs and vocal melodies of the Beatles. By age eleven I had b...
I strongly believe that playing along with a recording while practicing will make you a better musician. I say this for a few reasons: First off, you will be playing along with studio musicians, wh...
I am happy to announce that I was one of a handful of guitar instructors selected by Google for the rollout of their new Helpouts service ([link]) today Nov 5, 2013. Helpouts is an online tutoring ...
Learning guitar is for scrappers. It’s not for wimps, prima-donnas or quitters. It’s hard to learn. Hard that is, depending on your teacher – I’ll come back to that. It’s a plank of wood with diffe...
It used to be if you wanted to learn how to play an instrument you had two choices 1. Take weekly lessons on the instrument 2. Teach yourself how to play by ear or through instruction books. Now Co...
When a new student begins lessons they or their parents will often ask me "how much should I practice?" This is a very good question. My stock answer is "20 min daily minimum", ½ hour daily would b...
I often get students who sign up for lessons through a form and they specify they want "classical guitar lessons". After I meet them I find out that what they really mean is they want "formal train...
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