Learning to play guitar is easier than you think. Really the hardest part is the initial step to pick up a guitar and be motivated to learn the basics. I have played guitar for many years, and have had people ask me to show them how to play. I have... read more
In the previous article, we discussed some important principles that you, the new guitarist, needs to keep in mind as you step out to learn the guitar. In this article we will build upon those principles and begin to explore your first steps in... read more
Most of us loves music and so the instruments. Every person has its own preference on what instrument he would like to learn to play, but I suggest, you must first learn to play the guitar. Learning to play the guitar takes a lot of effort and... read more
How to play Minor and Seventh Chords on the Guitar, including finger positioning, diagrams and explanation of music theory read more
This article is part of a series we are doing on how to play acoustic guitar. Here are the links to the previous articles:
The Basics of Learning guitar
Basic Chords Part 1
Basic Chords Part 2
As part of learning to play the guitar, you... read more
The Old Master, godfather of the modern guitar, Andres Segevia The classical guitar is the easiest instrument to learn, the most difficult to master. The first thing to remember is that you can play beautiful notes and chords the fist day, and then... read more
This article explain the very beginning of How to Play Guitar. This is intended for people that wants to give the first step into playing the guitar. read more
So you’ve looked at a guitar and thought, I can play that. Then you went and you got one (or borrowed one) and suddenly realized that you don’t have any idea what to do now. You can see that other guy just strumming away and making beautiful... read more
Hi. I have about 70 hubs on this subject, which you might find useful. Start with easy chords like Em, A, D, G.
The classes I teach lead me to the conclusion that most people can get playing in a matter of weeks, and over 10 weeks they will be playing songs quite well.
Hi Newbie Jim Bruce here - It depends on your level, but if it's blues you're interested in, you could take a look at my hubs.
by Moon Daisy 7 years ago
Where can I buy a guitar cheaply, and what sorts of things should I be looking out for?I really want to learn the guitar and would like to get hold of one cheaply. But as I don't know much about them, I'd also like to find out the kinds of things I should look out for, to check that it's of a...
by Elizabeth Rayen 3 years ago
Have you ever had the desire to play a musical instrument? What would it be?Do you have a favorite musical instrument? Have you ever had the desire to learn how to play that favorite instrument. Why would you choose that particular instrument?I grew up on the piano and learn to play at the age of...
by Syed Hunbbel Meer 7 years ago
What are some good acoustic guitar songs?Kindly recommend me some acoustic guitar songs to play. (rhythm guitar playing)1. Actually I'm in a mood to play some sad songs (lyrics wise) on guitar.2. Songs like WONDERWALL (Oasis) or YOU & ME (Lifehouse) are most welcome (whether sad or not)...
by Mr.Moonlight 7 years ago
What new tunes should I learn to play?I'm a solo acoustic guitar player and I have been playing the classic songs I grew up with for as long as I remember. In the last couple of years, I added in some Jack Johnson tunes. I want to expand my repertoire to include some current acoustic music. I...
by chanroth 7 years ago
Where can I sell my acoustic guitar?I have an acoustic guitar which comes with a book and stand. I want to sell it for $150 because I need it to fix my car brake. What music store that give a better price?
by Wesman Todd Shaw 6 years ago
If you could own any acoustic guitar - what would it be?I'm a bit of a nut when it comes to acoustic guitars, and I'm pretty decided about just what I would own if I could own anything.But I wonder what specific acoustic guitar others might want to own if they could just have any they wanted.Please...
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