Fun Songs To Play On The Guitar
In this article I am going to show you some fun songs to play on guitar. The reason I am going to tell you what songs are fun to play is because some songs are not fun to play if you are a beginner, they are just too challenging.Zager Guitar – Is It Really An Easy Guitar To Play?
If you have been wondering about a Zager Guitar, you found the right article. In this article we will talk about two things, one – who is Denny Zager. The second thing we will discuss will be, what is what so special about his guitars that make them so easy to play.Learn to Harmonize a Major Scale to Be a Better Guitar Player and Musician
Learning to harmonize a major scale will help you a great deal in knowing the right chords to play while you are doing an accompaniment for a song on a particular key – with your band while jamming or on stage or if you are trying to learn a song off the record. Harmonization is the process of creating a chord (or harmony) from each note on a scale.Should I Go to Music School?
Should you go to music school? Here are some things to think about as you ponder that question…Demystifying The Concept of Modes for Guitar Players
This article is a humble effort from my part to demystify the confusing concept of modes to the beginner guitar players. I am sure that after reading this article you will have better and comprehensive understanding of the concept of modes in western music.Why Keeping A Neutral Larynx Is Important For Healthy Singing
One of the most commonly overlooked components of good singing that I see in students as well as advanced singers already working in music is the position of the larynx. The larynx is just another name for the voicebox or Adam’s apple and both men and women have one. In order for you to achieve a singing sound that has great quality throughout your entire range (also called the tessitura), it’s vital that you learn to keep a low-to-neutral larynx position on every single note that you sing.The Truth About Singing Lessons (You’re Going To Hate Me!)
Here’s the truth about singing lessons: they’re bullshit! Unless you get the right ones. If you’ve ever played sports or learned any complicated coordinated motor type skill, you may appreciate how much it sucks to try and UNLEARN an incorrect habit that you picked up from a shitty coach, lack of knowledge, whatever.The Elusive Obvious of Singing: It’s A (Learned) SKILL!
Depending on who you are and where you’re at with your singing, this might totally blow your mind. Are you ready for it? Here goes: Singing is a LEARNED skill.Songwriting Is A LEARNABLE Skill!
Most people think that you need to be born with tons of talent to learn to write your own songs but that’s a total myth! Songwriting is a LEARNABLE skill – just like any other musical skill (with the exception, perhaps, of perfect pitch – and even that is arguably learnable). A couple of things you should do right off the bat are: Learn as much as possible about your main songwriting instrument.Is Ear Training Important For A Singer?
“Ear training” is something of a misnomer. You’re not really training your ear, you’re training your mind to understand the language of music. And yes, it’s very, very important for a singer.How To Practice Singing (You Mean There’s A Certain WAY?)
I have a funny story for you: When I was studying singing at university, some of the other singing students would go to the library, which has a great sheet music selection, and they would check out 3 or 4 books of JUST singing exercises – no music. Then they would stroll back to the practice room and spend a few hours doing vocal acrobatics. One of the students – let’s call him Jack – had an amazing voice, and he just blew people away with his high notes.Finding A Great Vocal Coach – Advice And Cautions
Getting a competent voice instructor is one of the smartest moves you can make to improve yourself as a singer at a rapid pace. Voice teachers have years of experience that they can impart to you…