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The middle of 19th century saw the birth of what we know now as the classical guitar. In Spain, the revolutionary work of Antonio de Torres Jurado was crucial in turning the guitar into a serious and credible instrument. It was Torres who experimented with the existing construction and dimensions, and created the template for an instrument which exists to this day. The first prominent player to use his new design was Francisco de Tárrega - the man in who hands the guitar was first treated as ...
Published by James Reyes 71 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
The guitar is without question the instrument at the heart of most of the popular music of the 20th century - from folk and country and western to rock and pop. The roots of the guitar in popular music can largely be traced back to the way in which the guitar developed in the United States. While a classical revolution was taking place in Spain, history was also being forged in America, where two distinct styles were developed by two of the most significant figures in guitar history: C.F. Martin...
Published by James Reyes 71 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
Although they bore a clear visual resemblance to their modern counterparts, the first guitars exhibited very different hardware. Apart from the use of courses rather than individual strings, the most dramatic difference was that the fingerboards did not have fixed metal frets, but were made from pieces of gut tied around the neck. The specific number of frets depended on the nature and complexity of the music. This made the musician's job considerably more difficult. Before performing, not only ...
Published by James Reyes 71 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
In the second part of the Best Guitar for Beginners Series, we discuss the types of electric guitars best suited for the novice guitar player and why these are chosen over other types of guitars. There are two types given and their descriptions and features are explained along with famous artists who have used each of the given types.
Published by J Ross Smith 71 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
In Part One of a Two-Part Series, J Ross Smith examines reasons why he often recommends - in the face of conventional wisdom - that beginning guitar players start on an electric, rather than an acoustic guitar. In the second part of the series, he will explain which types of electric guitars are best suited for beginners.
Published by J Ross Smith 71 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
The scales of all major and minor keys are diatonic scales. . A chromatic scale is a scale made up entirely of semitones; one which includes all the notes (black and white) on the keyboard. There are two ways of writing the chromatic scale: the harmonic and melodic. The harmonic chromatic scale is the same whether it is ascending or descending, or it occurs in a major or in a minor key. The melodic chromatic scale meanwhile differs in the ascending and their descending versions.
Published by James Reyes 71 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
Published by Review Summaries 73 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
Tuning a drum can be a difficult and even frustrating process for those that are unsure of what they need to do to accomplish the task, but for those who have the proper know-how, it can become a fun exercise that lends itself to artistic creatively. Read on to learn how to properly tune your drum set and reap the benefits of your efforts!
Published by Casey Leavenworth-Keenberg 74 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
It takes lots of practise to learn a piece, let alone master it on the piano. These practises can range from short to long sessions depending on the time of the person. Some things can be very frustrating when learning or mastering a song. Here are some ways to help you know if you have already mastered the piece or not.
Published by Gerard 75 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
Why Rhythm and Beat is essential to the Piano.
Published by Gerard 77 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
Review of Pro Sound & Stage Lighting, including pricing, comparison with competitors, customer reviews and more. Pro Sound & Stage Lighting coupon code and promo code included. Pro Sound and Stage Lighting.com (PSSL) sells live music gear, recording studio equipment, DJ tools and stage lighting to musicians. Guitars, amplifiers, keyboards, multi-track software, turntables and other items of interest to the DJ, music producer, musician, sound engineer or other music pro can be orde...
Published by William Watson 78 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
Review of Music Factory Direct, including pricing, comparison with competitors, customer reviews and more. Music Factory Direct coupon code and promo code included. Music Factory Direct (MFD) is an online musical instrument wholesaler that, according to their website allows consumers to, "buy the highest quality musical instruments at the lowest possible price." This is done by cutting out the middleman, the retailers and distributers and thus passing on all the savings to their customers. ...
Published by Kevin Forde 79 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Ragtime Genre proves to be hard when fingering even if you have practised the previous Fingering Exercises. The Ragtime Genre requires technical practise and good mastery of the piano especially its length and where the keys are located.
Published by Gerard 80 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
Benefits of online guitar lessons are numerous as opposed to traditional classroom guitar lessons. This article has some of the benefits of online lessons of learning guitar.
Published by Hurbert Michael 81 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
It can takes ages to trawl through the Internet to find great guitar song sites. Here a few of the best are gathered, plus ideas about ways of learning.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Musical Instruments | +0 votes | 0 comments
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