Want to know how to get better at playing guitar? Here are 5 tips that can help you improve, whether you are a beginner or veteran guitarist.
I feel that sometimes we need to take an objective look at ourselves as musicians and assess our worth. In this article I explain why.
Being in a band can be one of the most rewarding experiences a musician can have. Expressing yourself live or through the sounds of an original recording can be priceless. This article will walk you through how to start a band and what mistakes you should avoid making along the way.
Sometimes, as musicians, things don’t always go our way, but you just have to do what you just have to do in order to prevail.
It may start off as a group of people getting together to make some noise, but if you want fans, you've got to come up with a good name for your band.
That is...when you're not playing music. You never want dead air; so it's best to have a practical checklist of things that you should be talking about to keep the show moving along. Here ya go. :)
Having an extensive catalog of songs that you know how to play is essential for any successful musician and cover band. These are the songs that just about every band plays at some point, with lyrics.
Many things are overlooked when you first start playing gigs. Among those things overlooked are the things you need to bring.
It should not take too long to set up for a gig. I have some suggestions to help you do it more quickly.
Be honest. You want to be doing better. You know you're good, but you know there are some things that you're missing or could be improved upon. You're right. Read on.
People who are inherently comfortable with being in charge are sometimes very good leaders. However, if they don't follow these basic guidelines, even they can often fall short.
I have a fairly long set list, which is nice. But equally important is the order of the songs on the list. Allow me to explain as to why that is.
Half stack, full stack or combo? Learn which guitar amp is best in a band situation, and how to choose the right option for you.
Just about anything can go technically wrong at a gig. we don't always see them coming but we can learn how to deal with them and prevent them.
Why is the bass guitar so underrated? Are rock bassists just failed guitar players, looking for some other way to get into a band without having to really learn an instrument? Learn why the bass is looked down on, and the true importance of the bass guitar.