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Monday, October 24, 2011

Our Live Guitar Lessons continue to grow and we are able to attract more and more notable names as guests each month to dispense their guitar knowledge to us and you. If you joined us on October 11, you were able to see and chat with me and Bryan White as we discussed songwriting and guitar (watch the recording). Bryan brought quite the resume, which includes a G [...]

20 Songwriting Tips from Bryan White

Thursday, September 8, 2011

When I was a kid, I practiced just enough to get by. No more, if at all possible. Oboe was my instrument, and even without a lot of effort, I progressed quickly. I sure liked that easy achievement—it gave me time to do many important things, like hanging around with my friends and imagining playing in big concert halls.Even with all that free time, I got really, [...]

Play More, Practice Less, Find Happiness

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Tonight is a special Live Lesson as special guest Shayne Hill will be joining us in just a few minutes! If you don't know Shayne, you should (and will if you join us tonight).Shayne Hill (Guitarist for Sawyer Brown, Lee Ann Rimes) is a Nashville guitarist, singer,  and songwriter. He has played for numerous acts including Ty Herndon, Little Big Town, Chris Ledoux [...]

Shayne Hill on Live Lessons Tonight

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Each Tuesday (well, more like most Tuesdays) at 7 pm CST we have Live Guitar Lessons. I cover a variety of topics related to playing guitar and you have an opportunity to ask questions and chat with me during the lesson.This Tuesday, July 26, is special because it will perhaps be the most exciting Live Lesson we've had for three reasons and I am super excited to [...]

Live Lesson Guitar Giveaway

Monday, February 7, 2011

Many of us get bitten by the musical bug at some point in our lives and we start to wonder which instrument is right for us. Some are attracted to the percussive power of the drum-set, others to the expressiveness of the cello, still others to an instrument like the piano with it’s broad melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic capabilities. While ultimately it boils down [...]

The Guitar: Its Own Musical Universe

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