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Left Hand Guitar Mechanics – Guideline

This is a really good guideline for beginners, or sloppy people.

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Fingers

Mediocre guitar mechanics:
fingers are slanted or angled and not perpendicular to the fretboard. Could cause for buzzing strings or misfretting.
Better left hand technique:
fingers are rounded and tips are close to perpendicular to the fretboard.
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Full Guide here: theguitarsuite.com

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5 Practical Ways to Improve Your Guitar Playing

I don’t even play guitar, but this tutorial still made me wanna be better at it. It’s definitely good stuff to think about. I might just start playing now that I learned some new tips.

Audio Tut:

Like many guitar players, I’m self taught. While I believe that we autodidacts develop a degree of independence and creativity in our approach that eludes some schooled players, the cost of this is that we also tend to develop an impressive array of bad habits.

While some “bad” habits and unconventional techniques can be the very things that endow us with a unique style, others are the barriers that prevent us from realising our musical ideals.

With this in mind, I’d like to share with you five practical, personally tried and tested ideas to revamp your playing by re-examining the rudiments of how you connect and interact with your instrument.

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Virtual Guitar – Awesome Tuner

Makes tuning very easy.

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Guitar Jam Session – Cool tool from Chordbook.com

This is such a good idea..!

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21 Cool 3 Notes-Per-String Exercises for Guitarists

Awesome Article from GuitarHabits.com

Audiotuts+ & 10 Great Tutorials about Recording Electric Guitar

Audiotuts+ is an awesome musician and producer resource for artists of all kinds! A lot of awesome tips and vids!

Here a great post of theirs:

10 Great Tuts About Recording Electric Guitar

1. How to Record Electric Guitar in Your Home Studio

More Guitar Recording Tuts

Guitar Tuning Tips

Being wooden, guitars have a bit of ‘give’ to their structure, and as you tune up and vary the tension on one string, you are at the same time changing the tension on the other strings, changing their tuning. It is therefore a good idea to make several passes through the six strings, tuning each just approximately on the first couple of passes, and then becoming more detailed and exact on later passes. This applies whether you are using an electronic guitar tuner or not.

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Guitar Mode Charts – The Guitar Suite

Ionian mode: C D E F G A B
Dorian mode: D E F G A B C
Phrygian mode: E F G A B C D
Lydian mode: F G A B C D E
Mixolydian mode: G A B C D E F
Aeolian (minor) mode: A B C D E F G
Locrian mode: B C D E F G A

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Awesome Tips for Guitar Improv

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