Do you ever get stuck wondering what to practice on guitar? I often have problems deciding what it is I should be playing or working on the most. What is the most important thing for me to work on today? I really want you to get this point…lean in…come on…closer…OK…ready? It doesn’t matter what you […]
When I first heard Eddie Van Halen’s – ‘Eruption’…I almost had a coronary. At the age of 14, I found the TAB in an old Guitar magazine (that was all we had lol). I spent days and days pouring over the numbers and squiggles on the pages trying to master it. Parts of it were […]
Whenever I sit down with someone who wants to start learning guitar, the first question I like to ask (after a little chat of course) is “So why do you want to learn guitar?”. I might also ask “What sort of guitar player do you picture yourself as?” Now I know where they want to […]
When we play our fingers often sweat leaving harmful corrosive residues on our guitar strings. If you’ve ever left a set of strings on your guitar for a long time you’ll know what I mean. If left alone, dirt and grime on our guitar strings leads to dull tone, rust on the strings and eventually string breakage. If you’re experiencing any of these problems with your guitar, then chances are it’s time you learned how to change guitar strings.
It’s been 12 months of hard slog, but we finally got there! We are very proud to announce that the new Jamorama site is now live and open for learning. With the new site we’re placing a lot of importance on getting the small things right and making sure this is a vibrant, friendly place […]
Check out this video we made for the upcoming Jamorama relaunch to hear more about the new site and courses we’re releasing! Up-date: The new version of Jamorama is now live! Happy jammin’.
Before you get too carried away with the title of this post, let me say one thing first: While you certainly can accelerate your guitar playing by incorporating a few extra steps into your practice regime, you won’t be playing like Jimi Hendrix tomorrow… But, you will see a difference and you may even surprise yourself.
I think you’ll agree with me about talent is everywhere… don’t forget about the talent you have inside you, that talent that only needs a bit of work to pull it out… practice, more practice and a little bit of more practice is the only thing you need.
Galasso has made some great guitars, ranging from classical guitars for Lito Nebbia (an Argentinean blues guitar player and singer); electric and mind blowing guitars and bass for a great Argentinean band called PEZ, and even a gigantic double guitar for the guitar virtuoso David Fiuczynski and more lately, the famous Skate guitar.
The innovative, virtuoso and seated guitarist – pioneer of avant-garde rock. It is kind of hard to explain or show the life of an amazing guitarist who has pioneered not only a music style but also a particular way of playing the guitar – not referring to the fact that Fripp has been playing seated […]