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Playing Guitar Can Reduce Risks For Dementia

Playing an instrument lowers risk of common age-related brain problems. Almost everyone has wanted to strum a guitar, just once. Whether you’re in the car and hear it on the radio, or standing in the crowd of your favorite band, guitars are everywhere. But how much do we really know … Read more

Guitar Fretboard Chart

A guitar fretboard chart is a useful way to memorize the locations and shapes of frets on an electric or acoustic guitar. Guitarists can use this information as a guide for where to place their fingers when playing different chords, scales, intervals, inversions and arpeggios in any given key. Learning … Read more

What Guitar Teachers Never Talk About

other guitar teachers never talk about this… Not too long ago, fellow breakthrough-guitarist, Scott, shared a great story with me: He said, “Last night, my 17-year-old son and I played together with him on drums and me playing the acoustic and electric guitar. You should’ve seen the grin on his … Read more