If praise and worship is your motivation for learning guitar or if you’re already a player but have recently discovered praise and worship music, let us help point you in the right direction. Praise songs on the guitar can be quite simple and probably should be.
Praise Songs on the Guitar: Get Started
- December 14, 2016
Classical Guitar: An Explanation and How To
- December 13, 2016
To a novice, a guitar is a guitar, but there are many distinct styles, like a classical guitar. A classical guitar is sometimes called a Spanish guitar, gut string guitar, or nylon string guitar.
There are some things that make a classical guitar unique. The strings are nylon or, as it is commonly called, gut string. Strings 1-3 are usually nylon and strings 4-6 are nylon but wrapped or wound. This sets the sound of a classical guitar apart as being much mellower. A classical guitar also has a wide and thick neck. Some find them very hard to play while others seem to enjoy and master it.
Play the Guitar Like a Pro: Road to Success
- December 1, 2016
From the very first time that we pick up a guitar, we imagine playing on a stage in front of a crowd of fans. All of the long practice sessions, calluses, and dollars spent come down to being able to share our music with a crowd that’s hanging on every note. But before you can be a rockstar, you need to learn how to play the guitar like a pro.
Left Handed Guitar: Pros and Cons of Playing
- November 28, 2016
We’re not born with the choice of having our left or right hand be dominant, but we do get to choose which guitar we play. There are some left-handed students who choose to learn on a right-handed guitar and do just fine with it. Others stick with the left handed guitar and that’s cool too. Being left-handed isn’t a problem at all, it’s just you have to decide which way you’re going to approach it. Mainly because, while there are plenty of left handed guitar players, there are not as many options to play as you might prefer. It seems that companies only make a limited number of the lefties while there’s more than enough for those who prefer their right hand.
Travel Guitar: Defining and Finding the Right One for You
- November 28, 2016
There are plenty of reasons to own a travel guitar. Maybe you're a business person whose job requires you to travel all over or you just want to have a spare guitar that you can leave at a friend’s house.
No matter what your schedule is like, if you’re a guitarist, every chance you get to play is a win. You gotta keep those calluses on your fingertips tough and you certainly have to be ready for that next guitar lesson or gig. The purpose of a travel guitar is to carry a guitar that is compact and gives you a fair performance compared to your main ax back at home.