Free Guitar Playing Articles
How long does it take to become a good guitar player? – Many people who are new guitar want to know how long it will take them before they reach a good standard of playing. Well, the answer to this question depends entirely on you and what you want to be able to do. Read this article to find out why.
Rocksmith: What does it really teach you about playing guitar? – If you’re stuck in a rut with your playing and weighing up the pros and cons of taking guitar lessons v buying a guitar game then you should read this article. Is a game like Rocksmith really as good as taking guitar lessons or is it just a fun distraction? Find out here.
Guitar Practice: 5 of the most common bad habits – The time you spend practicing during the week is at least as important (if not more important) than the time you spend directly with your guitar teacher. It’s actually the time between lessons when new skills and techniques are improved and gradually absorbed. If you know how to make the most out of your practice time and avoid the most common mistakes you will be able to make far more progress with your guitar playing each week.
Master Any Chord Change – FREE video guide! – Do you have problems changing chords cleanly and accurately? Do tricky chord changes hold you back from playing full songs? Most guitar teachers will just tell you to just ‘practice more’, but what does this even mean? These are very common problems, and that’s why I’ve prepared a special video guide to arm you with a set of powerful strategies to overcome even the most difficult chord changes in a fraction of the normal time.
Guitar Practice Efficiency: How to get the results you want from your Guitar Practice – Most people find they have to practice guitar a lot only to make very small gains in progress. Great guitarists, on the other hand, are the exact opposite. Find out how you can get much greater results in less time from your guitar practice with this article on Practice Efficiency. You won’t believe when you see just how much of a difference it makes!
Free Printable Music Materials
Tabulature Paper – High quality TAB paper for sketching out riffs and licks.
Manuscript Paper – High quality staff paper for writing in standard musical notation.
Blank Chord Boxes – Keep track of your chord ideas and voicings with these blank boxes.
Blank Scale Boxes – Blank scale boxes which you can use for custom scale diagrams.