It’s hard to name that one person who’s never played a guitar, or at least, wanted to. Hobbyists and occasional guitar players are in abundance, but those handful who are in dire need of a good acoustic guitar will certainly like what we’ve prepared.Read More
Essentially, the “fingerstyle” is a playing style that is held in high regard by a majority of acoustic guitar players. Simply put, guitarists that use their fingers instead of picks produce notes that are characterized with substantially different tonal qualities when compared to the notes plucked with a guitar pick.
Headphones are a must have for everyone from hobbyist musicians and music lovers all the way up to the pros. But headphones don’t come in a single shape, size, or design—there are many differences separating one pair of headphones to the next.Read More
Chords are, basically, several notes played simultaneously, resulting in a sort of harmony. Now, there are all kinds of chord types, from melancholic minors, over joyous majors, to heavy power chords. Whenever you strum several notes on your guitar (or hit two or more keys on your piano, or any other instrument), you're essentially playing a chord.Read More
Amplifiers come in all shapes and sizes, but here, we will be talking mainly about combination amps for guitar, bass, and other instruments, including vocals. When it comes to playing music, there are two types of amps you really only need to be concerned withRead More
Contrary to popular belief, electric guitars are an instrument that requires you to master two very different things. One is, of course, the playing technique, but the other is utilizing the hardware of that guitar and that of the amplifier in order to dial in a great tone.Read More
When it comes to guitars, you can find a whole bunch of information out there. Start talking with any guitar player who has some experience and they can go for days about different guitars, different brands and so on. However, there is one aspect of guitars that constantly gets forgotten.Read More
Bass guitar is just as important as other instruments in a band, if not more so. Just like a regular guitar, bass guitars come acoustic or electric with a different number of frets and strings based on the model. If you’re a beginner, you’ll probably want to stick with a 4-string bass, the same way a 12-string guitar would not be best for a beginning electric guitar player.Read More