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How To Simulate Other Instruments & Sound Effects On Guitar

Creative Use of A Guitar To Simulate Other Instruments. Think of how much fun it is to be able to make your guitar sound like a banjo, or a ukulele, or a bass. In this blog, you will learn how to do all of this and will discover creative ways to produce different textures. Banjo
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How to Simulate Arabic Music On Your Guitar

Arabic Music On Guitar I always tremendously enjoyed simulating the music of different cultures on my guitar. There is a certain atmosphere and mystique to the sound of Arabic music that always intrigued me. Arabic music has a smaller subdivision than our 12 tone music. What that means is that they have more than 12
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Speed On Guitar Is The Byproduct of Accuracy

Speed On Guitar Is The Byproduct of Accuracy As many of you know, Guthrie Govan is one of my top 10 all-time favorite guitar players. Guthrie published 2 books, which you can find here: And apparently, which just found out why doing this research, Guthrie also published a volume 3 (Recording Effects), which you can
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Boost Your Rock Guitar Solo Power with These Tricks

Tips, Tricks & Techniques To Make Your Guitar Solos Way More Expressive. This blog will make your solos sound much more expressive. When you apply all the following techniques, you will be playing really colorful solos with a lot of personality and emotion. I feel that there is a need for the following information. Most
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The Best Fretting Hand and Thumb Position on Guitar

Great Guitar Technique Avoids Injury During my time at Berklee College of Music, in my last 2 semesters, I practiced 14-15 hours a day, 7 days a week, without missing a day. These 14-15 hours, of course, included my class meetings, the time I worked on projects, studying, ear training, and so on. In other
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