Here are this week’s 3 random thoughts on guitar, music, and life, including fun guitar songs, plus a big announcement, but more on that in a moment.
It’s Monday again, so here are 3 more of my random thoughts on guitar, music, and life, including how to beat the January blues, how to improve your fretting hand, and more.
Here is another of the weekly posts with 3 thoughts about guitar, music, and life. As it was my son Archie’s 5th birthday yesterday, this week’s post is a special one based around 3 useful things I have learnt from him, including how to inspire others, how to develop musical skills, and more.
Recently, I posted a short five-part series of Facebook posts about all the things that bug me as a teacher in the world of guitar tuition.
It is not too serious, you may or may not agree with all of these, but either way, there are some useful pointers for things to watch out for, and some of these will give you a bit of insight into my mindset from a teaching perspective.
Below are 6 of the most commonly made fingerpicking errors I see on a day-to-day basis with students.
Take a look and see how many of these you make.
Be honest with yourself, as these 6 can crush progress faster than Bigfoot treading on a greenfly.
Today, I want to start off a new series of my top ten tips for all the important aspects of guitar playing. Each lesson I’ll send you ten quick but very powerful tips that will help you with a specific subject so you can make improvements in this area and get past the most frustrating hurdles on the guitar. Today, it is… guitar technique.
If you have ever struggled to find a good list of beginner guitar songs for acoustic guitar (along with the complete tutorial on how to play them), then this post is for you.
Today, I will share with you some of my favourites and simply the best (no, that Tina Turner classic is not on the list!) beginner guitar songs for the acoustic guitarist along with the complete video lesson on how to play them.
In this post, I want to give you some guitar lessons for kids so you can share your guitar skills with the kids or grandkids in your life. This will allow you to share the joy of your guitar playing with a loved one and as a bonus, improve your knowledge and skills at the same time. Everyone’s a winner!
There are three key factors that will define how happy, successful and efficient you are at learning to play the guitar, especially if you don’t have a teacher and therefore you effectively teach yourself guitar.
In this post, you will learn what they are, how important they are to your success and why only you can control these factors.