by Kathy Unruh - 2006-12-08
Old man winter is here so it might be a good time to rethink your guitar maintenance routine; especially if you own an acoustic. I often tell my students to treat their guitar as they would treat them...
by Javier Tadefa - 2006-12-10
Guitar Instruction Available OnlineThe internet has many of resources and opportunities for learning how to play the guitar. Although there are a many great resources available, sometimes the quality ...
by Bill Kernodle - 2006-12-12
You are looking to find an instrument for yourself, or perhaps your child. You want to pick the right one, but it is so overwhelming! Woodwinds, piano, brass,strings, and percussion, and that is just ...
by Gail Leino - 2006-12-27
It was Prince who said "Tonight we're gonna party like it's 1999!" He was right. Although the 90s seem like they were really just about yesterday (in the big universal time-line of things), 90s them...
by John Pham - 2006-12-29
The Classical Guitar (Spanish guitar) is an instrument usually used for performing "classical" music and its origin is from Spain. The guitar is made of soft wood with a big, hollow sound-box with a f...
by Robert McNesby - 2007-01-07
Have you ever pictured yourself entertaining friends with a musical instrument you've dreamed of playing? This is probably a thought many of us have had at one time or another. Of course you have to d...
by Dan Brown - 2007-01-15
When your band plays a song, do you play that song the same way every time? If not, you should. Here's why... It can all be summed up into one word called "predictability." So many drummers will n...
by Gray Rollins - 2007-01-17
Guitarists know a lot about their instruments-techniques, chords, songs etc. But what many guitarists don't know is the history of the guitar. It's understandable, because many people don't feel this ...
by Gray Rollins - 2007-01-23
Lead guitar and Rhythm guitar. You've heard about both, but aren't quite sure of the difference between the two. That's understandable, as most beginners (myself included when I was at that stage) are...
by Rhiannon Schmitt - 2007-02-27
agging sock feet slip on the waxy buffed linoleum as I awkwardly shuffle my way past a gaggle of giggling girls in baby pink tutus. I'm wearing my yoga clothes, which have sadly not seen a yoga mat i...