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Which Direction Should You Take When Starting Guitar Lessons?
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There are many options you can take as a beginner guitarist. Due to this, many beginners go between different things, don’t finish projects fully and end up giving up.I think it is worth beginners learning lots of terminology early on. Try to watch videos on YouTube to get an understanding of what people are talking […]

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Tuning your guitar
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It is essential that your guitar is in tune when you play. This is for a number of reasons.1- If your guitar is out of tune your ear will be learning how your guitar sounds the wrong way. You want your ear to recognise how your guitar should sound in ‘standard tuning’ early on.2 – […]

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How long should your lesson be?
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It’s a question most people ask when they first email about guitar lessons, but the answer tends different for everyone.If you are a parent and you child is under 12 years old. I would almost certainly suggest starting with half an hour. I find anything over half an hour can be a bit much. If […]

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What Guitar Should You Buy
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If you have not already bought a guitar, you may have a few questions about what to get. The three main types of guitar are listed below: Classical Guitar A classical guitar is also sometimes called a nylon string guitar, due to it having nylon strings! They are good for classical players as they have […]

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