Today’s post is directly inspired by another post that has nothing – and everything – to do with guitar. As a matter of fact, I shamelessly ripped off the title and substituted “guitar player” for “blogger”. It was just too perfect. The post in question is written by Michael Hyatt, a top blogger in the […]
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The most important note in any scale is always the root note. Unfortunately, many guitar students have to think much too hard about the location of the root note. This is especially true when rockin’ a guitar solo. The root note – also known as the “1” or the tonic – is the “home base” […]
Strumming and changing chords is at the heart of all guitar playing. And experienced players make it look so easy. But changing chords in rhythm is one of the most difficult things for beginner guitarists to do. After all, there are multiple “moving parts” in every chord change. Fingers move in various combinations with different […]