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  • Basic Left Hand Position Exercise for Classical Guitar | this ...

    An exercise in basic left hand technique for classical guitar. This simple beginner exercise will help form a good left hand position in classical guitar.

  • Lesson: Right Hand Position for Classical Guitar | this is ...

    This article shows you how to place and use the right hand in classical guitar. Right hand technique takes a great deal of time to master but getting a basic

  • How to Play Guitar Faster: Right Hand Picking Technique ...

    If there was a line running from the point of the pick straight up through the top of the pick, it would be perpendicular to the body of the guitar, a 90 degree angle ...

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    S.K. custom hand wound pickups for guitar and bass, repair and rewinding.

  • Walk Up & Play Live Performance Acoustic Guitar Stands

    Live performance acoustic guitar stand that allows you to walk up and play your acoustic without having to wear it!

  • Guitar Chords for Beginners - The Complete Guide | MATT ...

    Learn how to play guitar chords the easy way. Work open chords, barre chords, and closed chords as you play your favorite songs today.

  • Guitar Technique - 60 Essential Scale Patterns For All Levels

    Master guitar technique with these 60 scale patterns. Exercises for beginner to advanced players. Pentatonic, modes, and jazz patterns with TAB and audio.

  • How to Play Guitar: 14 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

    How to Play Guitar. You can use a guitar to play anything from death metal to classical and everything in between. Learning to play guitar is more approachable than ...

  • Guitar Right Hand Technique – Nails vs Flesh?

    For centuries, guitarists have discussed whether to use fingernails or flesh on the right hand to pluck the strings. I get asked about this often, so I figured a blog ...