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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

 Learn & Master Guitar Family,I want to invite you to join me for the month of June to take your practicing, your learning, and your playing up to the next level. It's been on my heart for a while to set aside a specific time to really focus on kicking up your guitar game a notch. So, let’s avoid the “New Year’s Resolution” rush and do it in June!Persona [...]

June 2012: No Guitar Excuses Month


Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Name: Bill ApplegateCity: Newport Beach, CAForum Username: appledaddyMy Gear:2007 Martin 000-282010 Fender American Standard Strat 3-Tone Sunburst – Maple Fretboard2009 Catalina ’63 - (This is a little beach guitar. Consider it the “stunt double” for the Martin. It takes all the abuse and I don’t stress about the scratches and dings.I have a borrowed George Denni [...]

L&M Student Profile of the Month: Bill Applegate


Monday, May 14, 2012

I know, I know...You're excited about learning the guitar and this time "you're going to do it right". You've made a little vow to yourself that goes something like this… "I won't move on until every note is perfect!"BEWARE... PERFECTIONISM CAN BE A TRAP! Perfectionism can dampen your enthusiasm and hamper your learning. Frustrations and disillusionment are sure [...]

So You Wanna Be Perfect...


Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Name: John LeonardCity: Cookstown, IrelandForum Username: jleo legacyMy Gear:Godin SeaGull S6 Folk Cedar +Q1Crafter GAE 648 CD acousticSquire (Fender) Stratocaster standard (Gun metal black)Yamaha 112J electric. (Blue)Stagg C542 (nylon string classical)M-Audio Keystudio (39 key midi keyboard)Hohner Countryman Hobo acoustic (Satin) (Retired)I rarely play through a [...]

L&M Student Profile of the Month: John Leonard


Monday, May 07, 2012

Put your jazz hat on and let's learn one of the signature guitar progressions in Jazz - the ii-V-I progression! In this video tip, Steve teaches the basic progression and several helpful variations from basic through advanced. Just follow along, get the new chord forms down and you'll be able to immediately incorporate these ideas into your own playing. The lesso [...]

May Video Tip -- Jazzing up the ii-V-I Progression


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