Play Guitar

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“Who Else Wants to Play Guitar Like a Rock Star?” But where do you go to Learn Real Guitar Playing? To play guitar always looks easy, but the reality may be the opposite. I am guessing you’ve looked around for guitar playing online courses and haven’t been really satisfied with what you’ve found.  Wouldn’t it be fantastic if there is an easy to learn guitar course that will enable you to play in no time flat...

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Music Method Improvise For Real Review

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Today I’m providing an Improvise for Real review to more fully explain the incredible value music students can get by taking a new approach to learning improvisation. This is a new method and is an online product offering by David Reed. David has written a couple of fantastic articles about improvising myths for the Music Learning Blog. David and I have different opinions and approaches to learning music, but this is good because...

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Music Notation Software Guitar and Tablature

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 Making Guitar Scores Easy One the biggest issues guitar composers have is notation of their music in the tablature from. Now I enjoy the fret fingerings as a way to quickly learn the chord locations, but I’m a promoter of knowing your theory and not needing to be reminded every time you play what those chords are. However, many guitar players use only the tablature notation and having a software package that will allow you to work up...

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Development Recommendations

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Several Highly Recommended Courses – Music Related The following lists are recommendations for further expanding your music interests and development. Some are designed to help you with creativity or development of skills.  Development Recommendations With changes in the landscape I’m reviewing some new recommendations for the beginner and seasoned...

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Online Sheet Music

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Sources to Get Printed and Downloadable Music There are several sources on the web to find paid and free sheet music. Some are the very simple to download or copy and paste as a graphic image. Here are some of our favorite places to find some of those great free downloads. Virtual Sheet Music  Virtual Sheet Music has many free classical music downloads. There are also many folk songs also. Some great pieces are promoted from time to time that...

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Guitar Music Theory

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Guitar Music TheoryApplying Music Theory with Your Guitar Whether you play the guitar, banjo, bass, or any stringed instrument they all have one thing in common.  What’s that you ask? It’s that every instrument has to deal with the laws of music theory. So no matter what you play you should know the music theory associated with rhythm, notes, key signatures, scales, harmony, and the rest. I see where students or beginners search for...

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Guitar Software

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Software You Can Use for Working with Your Guitar! Currently we are examining new software. Many of those that were available didn’t get the support needed. We’ll add new options here as we discover them.

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Materials of Music

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Get a University Level Music Education at Home with Materials of Music A superb music skills book by Robert Reno created to help music students become better musicians!  Every great musician I know is working on their music knowledge and moving their music skills forward. Most continue to learn applied music theory and application to better their composition, arrangement, and understanding of music structure. This skills book, with worksheets...

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