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Learn And Master Piano Review: Another Home Run For Legacy Learning Systems?

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 07:31 PM CDT

Learn And Master Piano by Will Barrow is, (according to the publisher) " by far the world's most complete video instruction course for learning recreational piano. It is designed to walk y...

Barre Chords

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:01 PM CDT

Producing barre chords and playing them is something which can be described as unique to a guitar as opposed to other instruments and their styles and techniques of playing. In order to be more detail...

The School Of Great Soul/R&B Singing Is Back in Seattle

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 04:47 PM CDT

Hello everybody, I'm a ringin' a bell to let you know that just when I thought the School of GREAT SOUL SINGING was out forever; I was immediately corrected upon hearing the amazing voice of May Pal...

Metallica Unveils Massive North American Tour

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 02:08 PM CDT

Metallica first came about in 1981, when drummer Lars Ulrich put out a newspaper wanted ad in an attempt to form a heavy metal group. By 1983, the Los Angeles band was fully formed, named and ready to...

Toby Keith Unveils Canadian Dates for "Biggest and Baddest Tour"

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 02:08 PM CDT

Toby Keith got his big break as a musician in 1993, when his debut single "Should've Been a Cowboy" hit the airwaves and reached Bilboard's number 1 on the country singles chart. The breakthro...

The Kenny Chesney Newsletter Sep 08

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 12:41 PM CDT

Hello Everyone; (In this issue Sep 08) 1. Kenny's in the Rum Business 2. Kenny to perform at CMA's 3. Joe Walsh has kind words for Kenny & Country Music 4. Kenny Confesses - I'm A Workaho...

Tips for Starting a Record Label

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 11:42 AM CDT

I think we can safely say that the record buying public wants to discover new artists for themselves, and is growing increasingly tired of being brainwashed by the larger labels. TheyĆ¢€™re becoming p...

Movies, Music and Games Downloads

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 08:32 AM CDT

Search, Download and Burn your Movies, Music, Music Videos and Games All at One Place. Come Now to Enjoy Unlimited 24/7 Download at a small Price. Over 100 Million Files of DVD Quality Movies, Music V...

The Bodhran: The Unofficial Drum Of Ireland

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 07:57 AM CDT

I was recently listening to the soundtrack to River Dance. I find that the lack of lyrics in the music makes it useful to listen to while writing. I've listened to the music dozens of times, yet for s...

Country Music - Guitar Tabs You Need

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 07:53 AM CDT

Country music is about stories, and if you are going to learn country songs from guitar tabs, you will need to have a grip on what kind of stories you want to tell and how you want to get your musica...

Double Neck Guitars: A Two In One Scenario

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 07:06 AM CDT

A double neck guitar looks like a set of Siamese twins. With two separate and distinct necks and a single, wider-than-average body, the instrument really does appear to be two independent entities joi...

Tenor Guitars: More Common Than You Realize

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 07:00 AM CDT

At first glance, a tenor guitar does not appear to differ greatly from a standard classical acoustic or electric guitar. The tenor's shape is (usually) similar to the more standard models, and...

Fingerpicking: A Technique For Many Genres

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:55 AM CDT

The act of playing a guitar can be divided into three basic techniques: strumming, or brushing the fingers over the strings to create chords; flatpicking, or picking individuals notes with a plect...

The Portuguese Guitar: A Modern Cittern

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:48 AM CDT

The guitar has a seemingly endless number of incarnations, no doubt due to the instruments lengthy history and wide geographical use. One such incarnation is the Portuguese guitar, a plucked instrumen...

The "Beating Guitar" Of Italy

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:22 AM CDT

The battente guitar is also known as the chitarre battente, which in Italian, translates literally as "beating guitar." (One can only assume that the verb in this translation refer to the ...

Flattop Vs. Archtop Guitars: Sound Holes And Soundboards

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:19 AM CDT

Among the many divisions in the guitar family is that of flattop vs. archtop. Both terms are really quite self explanatory. A flattop guitar is one with a flat top, the part of the instrument usually ...

The Tambourine: The Unknown Drum

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:15 AM CDT

I have to admit it, I did not know that the tambourine was originally, and sometimes still is, a type of drum. I mean, it's obviously a percussion instrument, anyone can see that. But it wasn't until ...

Conga Drums: A Confusing But Moving Family

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:12 AM CDT

Conga drums are an integral part of most Latin American music. In North America, everyone has heard of a conga line and unfortunately, most of us have been forced to join one at one point or another, ...

Guitar Amps: For The "Plugged" Performance

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 06:09 AM CDT

In recent years, there has been a respectable surge in the popularity of "unplugged" performances. Such exhibitions, as one might assume from the name, feature artists in small venues performi...

Guitar Inlay: Beautiful And Useful

Posted: 03 Oct 2008 05:51 AM CDT

There are lots of reasons that people opt to learn to play the guitar rather than another instrument. It may have to do with a preference for country music over that of orchestras. They may be drawn t...

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