With a simple trick involving building chords, you can learn the bass and treble clef notes of standard notation. It’s not so easy if you do not know how to build chords in thirds. If you don’t know how to build chords then you should learn. By the end of the article, you’ll easily remember the notes of the lines and spaces of both clefs.
This is the first article involving guitar techniques involving two notes, and it involves the most common techniques. The guitar hammer on and pull off techniques are found in nearly every genre of music and are easy to learn and play. I briefly cover what both techniques are, how to play them, and have supporting guitar tab involving both together.
This is the second article on guitar techniques and the last single-note technique. Guitar vibrato is a vital technique to learn and master but it takes a lot of time and practice. It really separates you from the average guitar player and makes you sound great. I cover the technique and have guitar tab examples.
This is a follow up on the multiple guitar techniques that I listed in my Music symbols article. I have a list of 25+ guitar techniques that I will be covering individually over the next few months. This article briefly covers 25 guitar techniques in different categories plus a bonus technique.
The tremolo guitar technique may seem simple being that it is only a single note repeated many times at a fast speed. But don’t let the apparent simplistic description fool you into thinking the technique is easy - it’s not. I describe the technique and offer some simple guidelines on how to practice and master tremolo.
If you are a beginner and want to learn music theory, then concentrate on the relationship between chords and scales. By focusing on those 2 elements, also known as harmony and melody, you will learn a large amount of music theory. In this article, I keep things simple and give a 5 topic outline to help you learn theory so you can become a better musician.