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BusyGutiar
Lifestyle

How to learn guitar in a busy world

Posted  July 24, 2014  by  maiki

How do you keep up your guitar playing in a busy world, a world full of more and more distractions, a world full of social media, YouTube, facebook, and the latest apps. It seems like the best way to remove all these distractions and focus on your guitar playing would be to shut yourself away […]

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GuitarRoad
Lifestyle

One simple tip guaranteed to make you the guitarist you want to be

Posted  July 10, 2014  by  jay

There has been something playing on my mind for some time now. It came to me while jogging, when many good ideas can slip into your conciousness. It was a simple way to steer yourself towards being the person you want to be. Whether it be a politician, a scholar, a film maker, or a rock-star. […]

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Be like North Korea to build your business empire

Posted  December 9, 2013  by  jay

North Korea has been getting some pretty bad press lately. 1 million man army, autocratic rulers, nuclear weapons… The list goes on… But every cloud has a silver lining, they say, and this case is no different. No we’re not talking about oppressing your bass guitarist and locking your drummer in a behind a minefield […]

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Lessons

Simple 12 bar Blues progressions in the key of E

Posted  December 3, 2013  by  maiki

If you havn’t heard of the 12 bar blues then chances are you need to have a bit more of a read up on music theory and music history. No, it’s not just for people studying music degrees, but basic music history and theory will turbo-charge your understanding of why music is the way it […]

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BEGINNERS FAQ VIDEO SERIES

Posted  October 23, 2013  by  jay

At RealGuitarClass we hear a lot of the same questions again and again. Rather than writing a written FAQ we thought we’d answer these questions to you face to face – guitar teacher style. They’re not super long so you should be able to get through most of them pretty quick. Good luck! 1. What […]

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BusyGutiar

How to learn guitar in a busy world

How do you keep up your guitar playing in a busy world, a world full of more and more distractions, a world full of social media, YouTube, facebook, and the latest apps. It seems like the best way to remove all these distractio...
by maiki
 

 
 
GuitarRoad

One simple tip guaranteed to make you the guitarist you want to be

There has been something playing on my mind for some time now. It came to me while jogging, when many good ideas can slip into your conciousness. It was a simple way to steer yourself towards being the person you want to be. W...
by jay
 

 
 
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Use music to get important things done

Music is a powerful tool. If it weren’t for music, you wouldn’t be playing guitar. Music is so powerful, in fact, that it can distract us to the point that we let things go which perhaps we shouldn’t. Of cours...
by jay
 

 

 
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Get paid to stay in shape

Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced guitar player, you still want and need to spend quality time with your guitar on a regular basis. The guitar is like a friend you need to spend regular time with or you will...
by maiki
 

 
  
 
Money-vs.-Time

Financial stability equals agile strategy

One of the problems us musicians face with is the downside of our lifestyle choice and creative brain. It’s been shown that creative people are more likely to have a messy environment, and chaos breeds chaos. With a messy...
by jay
 

 

 
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Know your customer to know success

I’m hoping that this won’t bring some of you back to your old boss, whether it be at a fast food restaurant or a music retail store, but I’ve got to say – this is one of the most important pieces of know...
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Common chord progressions using scale chords

Here are some common chord progressions using scale chords, a lot of popular songs use progressions such as these or similar versions. You can practice them to help you get a sense of chordal movements, they can also help to in...
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How to master the major scale in every key by using the circle of fourths

Most of us have learned to get by when it comes to knowing our scales. We might have learned them from muscle memory, memorized just a few that we use all the time, or might not have even known where to start. Fortunately there...
by maiki