The first step and most important thing in learning guitarWritten by Don Lee
Most of guitar lovers playing guitar for few years but still unsatisfied with their progress.They feel like still stand at starting point and can't enjoy their playing.This mainly caused by most of them don't build up a strong foundation at begining.I found that some of guitar learners even just playing guitar for one to two years but are more better than so many that playing for over five years.This is foundation problems.Me myself as an example when I started playing guitar long time ago.
The secrets of learning guitar are mostly based on foundation.To have a good foundation for future success,we need to consider three important factors :-
Ear training is a MUST basic training that every guitar learner should have.But most of them avoid this as quite a boring and time-consuming job.Without a good listening,we are unable to move to higher level. To overcome this problem,I suggest that guitar learner may choose one of well-known Ear-Training software on Internet.I found that there are few really good software that train your listening step by step and really FUN.You feel like playing game when you learn.
2.Daily Practice : (Both fingers and ears)
Daily practice is another thing we should do.(Ex.Fingers exercises,practice for basic scales) I suggest that beginners practice PENTATONIC SCALE at starting point because this scale is most simple scale that only have five tones.Try to practice 20 to 30 minutes daily.Remember that even 20 minutes daily practice is more effective than few hours of unconstant practice.Relax and concerntration are important.
Fremont John Releases TimelineWritten by Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
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Contact: Margaret Ashton, Artist Manager Aim High Music Group 3510 Jaffa Drive, Sarasota, FL 34239 Telephone: 941-952-5060 E-Mail: email@example.com Website: http://www.fremontjohn.com
Sarasota, Florida--June 13, 2005--Fremont John’s music is called acoustic thunder, and for a very good reason. His new release Timeline is a powerful musical statement, featuring spine tingling melodies and lyrics that cut like a knife. With nearly 20 years of classical piano training and an equal amount of time on trombone, John is no stranger to playing a multitude of instruments. His chosen instruments on his new release are guitar and his incredible voice to accompany his acoustic journeys, which makes his music authoritative and convincing.
Timeline features scorchers like “Jericho’s Wall,” which kicks things off creating strong imagery of battles won and lost. This man can belt out a song, when he sings “Forgive Me” you can tell he is playing for keeps, and on “No Pity On Me,” some twangy slide guitar that is blues and country from head to toe, are one of many atmospheres set to his poignant lyrical prose.