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...Learn guitar by following Hal Leonard Guitar Method...
Created by Disciplanner on 10/2/2009
...30 minutes a day, 4 days a week...
Created by James on 11/11/2009
... Use all your four fingers on string 1 (High E), starting from index finger on fret 1, middle finger on fret 2, ring finger on fret 3 and little finger on fret 4. Play as 1-2-3-4 and return as 4-3-2-1. Keep on repeating the process and go on increasing t...
Created by Disciplanner on 1/6/2010
... The best way to tune the guitar is to match the notes. Tune the High E (6th) string to Piano or Keyboard's E (preferably E5) note and then tune all the other strings from the immediate lower string e.g. tune B (5th) string from High E (6th) string by pl...
Created by Disciplanner on 2/23/2010
...A good way to practice your precision skills on the guitar is to play simple warm-ups consistently up and down the neck. A good one to practice is a simple 1-2-3-4 on the E string, then 1-2-3-4 on the next string above. Continue going up and down the fret...
Created by Disciplanner on 2/24/2010
...People think learning to play the guitar is difficult and needs a trained teacher. Well, the fact is this need not be so. If you have a good ear for music, you can learn to play any instrument by yourself provided you are dedicated towards it and determin...
Created by Disciplanner on 3/1/2010
...Purchase your guitar: Pick one that feels right to you.( Don't worry about what you think is cool.) Go into a music store and look around and try many guitars out. Learning the Basics: Learn how to properly hold the guitar and get comfortable doing it...
Created by Disciplanner on 3/3/2010
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