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  • A review of the music in the piano solo collection "At The Movies," Book 1, published by Alfred and arranged by Dan Coates.

    "At The Movies, Book 1" Review

    "At The Movies, Book 1" Review

    by Doniell Cushman0

  • Learn to tune your guitar by ear in a few simple steps. It’s easy, and it can even help you become a better guitar player.

    How to Tune a Guitar by Ear

    How to Tune a Guitar by Ear

    by Michael James2

  • Bending is one of the most expressive techniques on the guitar. Bends can truly make solos soar ... or crash and burn. Hitting the right pitch every time can be a bit tricky, so here's a guide to hit that sweet spot every time.

    How to Bend Strings on Guitar

    How to Bend Strings on Guitar

    by Matthew Scherer0

  • If you've played electric guitar all your life, acoustic can feel like an entirely different instrument at times. It takes a little nuance to get the acoustic sounding stellar, so here's some tips for playing better acoustic guitar.

    How to Play Better Acoustic Guitar

    How to Play Better Acoustic Guitar

    by Matthew Scherer0

  • Although the trumpet only has three valves, it can still play a fully chromatic scale. It's an incredibly versatile instrument, but it's not always easy to play. This article explores how to place your fingers on the trumpet so that you can make the most out of this instrument.

    Trumpet Fingering Chart and How the Trumpet's Valves Work

    Trumpet Fingering Chart and How the Trumpet's Valves Work

    by Tim Curd0

  • Just discover '80s metal and want to shred the fretboard like they did? Check out this guide to get your shredding chops in order!

    Guitar Shredding Tips and Tricks

    Guitar Shredding Tips and Tricks

    by Matthew Scherer0

  • Rhythm is the backbone of all music, yet it tends to get overshadowed by soloing on the guitar. Want to break out of power chord prison and start playing exotic rhythms? Here are three tips to spice things up.

    3 Ways to Spice Up Your Guitar Rhythm

    3 Ways to Spice Up Your Guitar Rhythm

    by Matthew Scherer0

  • What's the best method for learning a new piece of piano music? Find out what you should and shouldn't do to get that new piano piece under your belt as quickly as possible.

    How to Quickly Learn to Play a Piano Piece

    How to Quickly Learn to Play a Piano Piece

    by JohnMello13

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