Category: Beginner

How To Play Barre Chords

A beginner’s worst enemy: barre chords. And man, is it tempting to avoid them. The harsh reality, however, says that you shouldn’t. Do avoid them and you will never be a true guitarist. Ouch! In fact, it’s a huge mistake to avoid barre chords. And we did previously mention that. Yes, barring is , indeed, difficult. …

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Top 6 Mistakes Guitar Beginners Should Avoid

They say we learn from our mistakes. But can we learn from others’ mistakes, too? We sure as hell can! That’s why our topic for the day is, “Top 6 Mistakes Guitar Beginners Should Avoid”. Your job is to avoid doing these mistakes. We’re not saying that making mistakes is a mistake,  per se. It’s completely okay …

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How To Lessen Fingertip Pain From Playing The Guitar

So, you’re going through the agony of burning fingertips from playing the guitar? I understand you. This is something every guitar player has gone through. And you, as a beginner,  are no exception. The process of learning how to play the guitar is not all roses and tulips. Everything has its downsides. You have to …

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How To Read Chord-boxes Easily

One of the most important skills every guitar player should posses is the ability to read and comprehend chord-boxes. “Why?” you may ask. Because they are extremely useful. As simple as that. You probably know how important chords are when it comes to learning the guitar. In most cases, chords are what guitar players started …

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Playing the D-major chord on your guitar

  The D-major chord is an extremely useful chord that sounds great, and it’s  relatively easy to play. Or perhaps not. The fact that you are reading this shows that you are probably having some issues with this chord. But don’t worry, your secret is well-kept. I am a great confidant. 😉 Now let’s get …

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