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How To Play Guitar video series, part 2! In this video I first talk about the open position chords becoming barre chords. As you learn how to do this using the cycle of 4ths exercise you will also learn the names of all the notes on the fret board. Simply call out the name of [...]
Convert Youtube to Mp3! I’ve just started to rewrite the intermediate course, it’s all about getting as much out of one concept as possible. Like, how many ways to fret a chord shape or playing scales using different patterns, stuff like that. This and a recent comment in the community about more explanations, or perhaps [...]
It took over 5 years but Youtube have now finally got their act together and signed a deal with the NMPA and HPA. The deal means that if you record a cover song and upload to Youtube, the artist who wrote it will get paid. You can read the full story here about the youtube [...]
Marshall Amps, built by a drummer! Jim Marshall started out in the early 60s selling drums and giving drum lessons in his own shop in Hanwell, west London. As well as having Keith Moon as a regular customer Jim got visits from London Guitar players like Pete Townsend and Eric Clapton who became the first [...]
Fender Guitars changed the world! Leo Fender bore Rickenbacker and Gibson‘s concepts in mind when he build his solid body Broadcaster in the late 40s, a cheaper to build instrument than Gibson models, and no bakelite as with Rickenbacker. A few years on and fender had developed the broadcaster into a telecaster, launched the strat [...]