What is tempo? What is an ensemble? What is pitch? These questions are all answered in this LTGuitarist Beginner's Dictionary for Musicians. Not understading commonly-used terms is one of the biggest barriers to progessing in music, especially as a beginner. There's loads of great music tutorials online, but not many of them take the time … Continue reading Beginner’s Music Composition Dictionary
Not understading commonly-used terms is one of the biggest barriers to progessing in music, especially as a beginner.
https://youtu.be/YCJf0Wwgb-Q Starting improvise or write guitar solos is really tricky and super awkward, but there's not a lot of actionable advice about how to get started effectively. This video explains Question & Answer soloing which takes ques from how we form conversations in real life. Here's the example tab - the above part is the … Continue reading Question & Answer Guitar Soloing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFF9SXWtiBA Music theory lesson covering everything you need to know about note duration or note length. Specifically aimed at beginner guitarists and bedroom producers who have little to no understanding of rhythm or note values. Try to ignore the layer of sweat on my face. This has been the warmest day of my entire life. … Continue reading Note Durations
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SE40z1mQAMM This video is designed to assist the parents & carers of would-be guitarists. I've talked about buying your first guitar already, so this video lists the first things a new student should learn, and the ideal order in which to do so.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixqARAuV2N0 Simple guide to guitar electronics.
Have you ever walked into a guitar shop with the simple goal of buying a few plectrums, but there's flipping millions and you just don't know what you need? This is the video for you! I'll talk about materials, shapes, thickness and everything else you'll need to know. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7aPv51Y324
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-55T54BvDw Got any stories to share about your first guitar-buying experience? Leave a comment, I'd love to read it!