Archive for March 2017

Eric Clapton Stratocaster Analysis

If you are reading through this particular article, than I can venture a guess that you are looking to learn a little more about the impressive model of the Fender line known as the Eric Clapton Stratocaster Guitar. This particular instrument has many features that are exclusive to this model alone, and so the purpose…

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Laurie Larsons Aquila a Hidden Gem that Needs Discovery

I recently purchased Aquila at CD Baby after reading a press release about Laurie Larsons latest CD. The 10 song compilation may be one of my best purchases in the last two years. On the whole the album features the amazing vocal styling of an artist obviously influenced by the music of the 60s. Yet…

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Are Acoustic Guitars As Cool As Electric?

Finding out which kind of guitar you want to play can be quite a time consuming ordeal. You ask yourself, do I need to play the electric or the acoustic? The ideal one to begin with is most likely the acoustic and here is the actual reason why. In the first instance, you don’t have…

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The Story of The Blues – Origins of Blues Guitar

The blues is a variety of music that can be vocal, instrumental (blues guitar) or both. It utilizes the ‘blue’ notes which are established on a ‘minor pentatonic’ scale fairly often, otherwise recognised as the blues scale. Blues music was deducted from the African-American communities in the U.S. out of work songs, spiritual songs, field…

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Is There Anyone More Talented Than Bette Midler?

Bette Midler was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on December 1st, 1945. Her ancestry is Jewish and Italian. She was named after Bette Davis, though Midler doesn’t pronounce the second “e” in her name like with Davis. She is the third of four children. For college she attended the University of Hawaii where she majored in…

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Blues Scales – The Great And Simple Technique To Learn The Blues

Blues Scales are one of the most vital elements that a blues musician must learn. Its easy to memorize the blues scale however the big problem here is the way to use those scales, compose blues licks and play blues in a very far more musical mode.Apparently, you can easily play the entirely blues scale…

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Benefits of Listening Music

Music refers to a form of art whose medium is sound as well as silence It includes pitch, rhythm, and dynamics. It is derived from Greek word. The performance, creation as well as definition of music vary according to culture& are the language of soul. The taste of music can be different from person to…

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Master The Blues Guitar Scales for Blues Musicians

Come and join us as we take a look into what makes up a blues scale, and as we examine in depth the benefits of using blues backing tracks to perfect and hone our knowledge and skill for playing the blues. One of the most emotional forms of music that is played on the guitar…

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