One of the most widely used form of guitar notation is the "Chord Box". Chord boxes can be used to easily learn new chord or scale shapes that can be applied to thousands of songs in any style of music.
Hey There Delilah from the Plain White T's is a fun and relatively easy song to play. It's got some pep in its step but don't forget about Youtube's handy feature that allows you to slow video's down without changing the pitch! T
his is a great Early 2000's song, stripped down and simply produced so it's very easy to hear the guitar parts. We have the chord charts and tabs on display in this video to help you out and if you want Bill's original transcription, just leave a comment and we will send it your way.
Hey Everybody! It’s Bill Uhler here! I’m a guitar teacher from The Music Gallery. Today we’re going to take a look at the Green Day song “Good Riddance (Hope You Had The Time Of Your Life)”. Let's break it down.
Anyone that has been into the shop knows we take humidification seriously around here. Because wood is porous, it's inevitably affected by the environment and humidity level. Acoustic guitars are prone to warping, cracking, sinking, and weather checking due to hydration issues. Our repair department constantly sees bowed necks, acoustic tops dropping, fret ends sprouting, weather checking on finishes, and even body cracks from drying out. So here we'll address what we consider to be the most reliable way to avoid dealing with any of the above-mentioned repairs!
Bill Uhler walks us through The Beatles "Let it Be." A Great tune for beginners with only 4 chords, Bill breaks them down and makes this timeless classic easy! Message us for more info on lesson with Bill or any of our other great instructors!
Knockin' on Heaven's Door is a Bob Dylan classic, timeless in every sense of the term, covered by hundreds of great artists. It's a great song for the beginner guitarist with only four, a steady strumming pattern, and a WHOLE lotta repeats! Fun to play on acoustic and electric, the Gun's n' Roses version from the 1990's re-popularized the song with a new audience. Heavier guitars and some killer solo's from Slash didn't hurt! A great tune to add to your jukebox no matter your skill level as this tune is adored many millions!
Hey everybody, Bill Uhler here from The Music Gallery! I'm doing a series of lessons for beginner students and today, I wanted to talk a little bit about music notation. Most first-time students are learning a new instrument and also learning how to read notes for this instrument. There are a few different methods of notation for guitar and other stringed instruments that you should be aware of. They are chord diagrams, standard notation, tablature, and lead sheets.
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