Self Applied Guitar Maintenance Tips – 4 Ways to Always Keep Your Guitar Perfectly Maintained!

A guitar that is loved will surely reciprocate its owner with even more love and joy. So here’s how to love and spoil your guitar for a better sound, feel, and longevity: Always keeping your guitar maintained and in top notch conditions has nothing but benefits to it. Here are a few of the best guitar maintenance tips, but before that, lets start with some benefits of staying on top of your guitar maintenance using the tips below: Let’s start with the Benefits of Keeping Your Guitar Perfectly Maintained –…

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A Taste Of The The Top 10.1 Songs About Nostalgia

Skid Row-I Remember You

This feature was originally published in November 2013. Don’t think much has changed since!   nos·tal·gia noun [no-stal-juh, -jee-uh, nuh-] : pleasure and sadness that is caused by remembering something from the past and wishing that you could experience it again. Rob Sheffield once compared music to a time machine. Songs remind us of times in our lives, and familiar sounds trigger familiar images in our heads. Subconsciously, the music attaches itself to the context in which it was experienced most intensely, and by listening to it, we are taken…

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TrueFire Guitar Tuition

Blues Guitar Lessons Online Australia, Get Tuition With The Worlds Best Guitarists And Teachers TrueFire.com has everything in the way of guitar tuition online Australia. like Blues Rock, Jazz Blues and Acoustic Blues courses for whatever you want to learn. TrueFire has been around for some time now and were one of the first online guitar learning hubs since the internet began. Their video technology is better than any other site with the ability to slow down the video without loosing pitch which allows you to learn at your own speed.…

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Rip Up the Guitar Fretboard with Three-Note-Per-String Pentatonics Riffs

Three Notes Per String Pentatonic Scales As guitar players’ delicacies and abilities abide, and they begin to gravitate toward an appreciation for, and desire to learn, more technically necessitating music, the pentatonic scale often gets a bad rap. It’s often considered cliche and not as impressive as three-note-per string( 3NPS) diatonic scales. But if you enjoy roaring, distorted guitar, somewhere early on in your exploitation as a guitar player you were turned on to the minor pentatonic “box” shape, such as the Am pentatonic in EXAMPLE 1A, and its older…

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