The 4 Stages of the Guitar Player’s Journey

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Guitar playing is a skill. Or at least we can all agree, skill is a major part of it. There are 4 distinct mental stages everyone goes through when learning any long-term skill. Those 4 stages are called the “Levels of Competency”. There are also 4 corresponding stages of motivation. Here are the descriptions of […]

Learning Guitar: Guitar Player Personalities

Guitar Personalities

In general, guitar players fall into 4 main personality categories. It’s important to recognize your dominant guitar personality as soon as possible. The best guitar teachers understand this, and now you will too! Here are the 4 major guitar player personalities: The Flashy Shredder You have a strong drive to show off. Your idols are […]

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There are certain tools that really make your life as a guitar player much easier. And having access to them online is really convenient. Here’s our list of the top 9 best tools for guitar players.

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7 Tips On How To Stop Dreaming And…

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It’s no secret that adults are coming back to guitar — in droves. And that’s why in this blog post I share the 7 things you need to know to start learning guitar… even if you’ve tried before… even if you don’t have a guitar yet…

6 Simple Rules for Learning Guitar in Record…

7 simple rules for learning guitar

You are either born with musical talent, or you aren’t. That’s the common belief. It’s wrong, here’s why…

Switching Guitar Chords: The Only Guide You Need

Switching Guitar Chords The Only Guide You Need

So you’ve learned some guitar chords. And you’ve started to strum them. The next big step is to switch between chords. Here’s how…