Category Archives: Misc

Does it Hurt When You Do It?

If you are practicing guitar and something hurts… “Stop It!” Having been through my fair share of tendonitis and repetitive stress injuries in my hands and arms over the years I can share a bit with you about some of the dangers of not listening to your body when it tells you it’s time to…

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Even MORE Help For Your Guitar Soloing Skills

In a previous post we gave you a free one-page chart showing you how to improve your lead guitar skills by showing you soloing avenues that may not have occurred to you, courtesy of David Taub and the team at Next Level Guitar (If you missed that free download, then click here to get it.)…

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The Indisputable Laws of Good Guitar Practice

If you‚Äôre just starting out playing the guitar or bass, sure, you could just pick up your unfamiliar instrument and bash away, hoping to eventually make the jump from fledgling beginner to competent player. And with enough determination, you might even get there. Eventually. But by following a few guidelines you can get the most…

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Free 1-page chart for better guitar soloing …

Got something totally useful and cool for you today … (Oh, and it’s FREE, too ūüôā David Taub and the team at Next Level Guitar created a one-page chart that will improve your lead guitar skills. How? By showing you soloing avenues that may not have occurred to you. This is huge, because by exploring…

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How to play Lynyrd Skynyrd on the guitar note for note …

David Taub and the team at Next Level Guitar have done it again! They have created an exciting new guitar lesson program based on the thousands of requests from YOU. One of the most requested bands that David and team get for guitar lessons is none other than Lynyrd Skynyrd!! Amazing, isn’t it, that after…

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Dont Buy a New Guitar Until You Read This

In the market for a new acoustic or electric guitar? Looking at guitars online make your head spin? Enter the 2017 JamPlay Guitar Buyers Guide. Another free gift for Christmas to help with one of the most important decisions of the year… which guitar will be in your hands for the next 12 months! Head…

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5 Secrets to Guitar Success

Check out this small list of things that have the most impact on a guitar student’s success. Here they are: Secret 1: Focus By Setting Goals ========================================== Goals help you understand what you should be learning and practicing. They keep you focused. Being focused leads to progress. And progress increases your motivation and confidence. Figure…

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Steve Stine Shows You a Simple Tip to Memorize Notes on the Fretboard

Here’s an¬†awesome video¬†lesson from the world’s #1 guitar player, Steve Stine where he is going to show you some of the key fundamentals of music theory and how it applies to the guitar Check it out… In this video you’ll learn… How to¬†transpose¬†licks to any key A shortcut to memorizing notes on the¬†6th string The¬†chromatic…

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Steve Stine Helps You Understand the Modes

Steve Stine gets a lot of questions about modes, what they are and how to actually use them when you play. To most guitarists, modes are the annoying theory we have to learn but have no idea what to do with. In this video Steve hopes he can shed some light on the ideas behind…

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This 1 Practice Tip Will Have a HUGE Impact on Your Playing.

Here is a great video lesson from Jim Deeming where he discusses how you can optimize your guitar practice time and develop good time management. ¬†The video is a bit long (25 minutes) but Jim has some really insightful tips to help you get the most out of the guitar practice time that you have…

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