Monthly Archives: June 2011

Guitar Tablature Is Evil!

Guitar Tablature is Evil! It does not tell you what note you are playing. It does not give you any clue as to how your melodic input is affecting the harmony of the music. It does not tell you the … Continue reading

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The Guitar Chords That Work Together and Why They Work

Some guitar chords sound great when played next to each other whilst other combinations (of perfectly good chords) can sound horrible? As our students progress they will notice this more and more and our job as guitar teachers is to … Continue reading

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Easy Chord Songs For Guitar and why they’re the “best” ones to learn?

Songs featuring “easy” chords are essential when it comes to teaching guitar. When a guitar player is just starting out the biggest thing that we have on our side as guitar teachers is their enthusiasm.  Our students believe that (with … Continue reading

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Guitar Teachers who give first lesson free? Big Mistake!

Guitar Teachers who promote their business by giving the “First Lesson Free” may not be sending out the right message to customers? One the one hand they may think that by allowing someone to try their (hopefully wonderful?) services on … Continue reading

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