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It really only takes a few minutes and is super easy.

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Being able to tune your instrument is a necessary skill for any cello player.
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It's just good science

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People who play an instrument are sharper and have faster reaction times.
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Tony Trischka Interviews Danny Barnes

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Mike Block Interviews Edgar Meyer at RockyGrass 2016

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Michael Daves Interviews Chris Thile: Part 1

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Suss chords can add depth and flavor to your playing

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Learning to play jazz saxophone has many components, and one of those is the suspended, or suss, chord.
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Andy Hall Interviews Jerry Douglas at RockyGrass 2016

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maybe you've heard these, maybe not

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We all have a few favorite albums that made a bigger impression on us than they did the public at large. Joe Satriani recently sat down with Music Aficionado’s Joe Bosso to talk about “five great guitar albums you don’t know”—basically, some real gems he’s discovered over the years.
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There are three major types of slides: glass, metal, and ceramic. Let’s explore...

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Many country guitarists prefer steel slides because it provides a hint of both the blues and rock.
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Should you learn music theory? Many signs point to yes. Also, ArtistWorks has an excellent music theory course included with your membership.... just saying.

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Guitarists have a lot of reasons to avoid learning music theory. They don’t like musical rules, they’re afraid to lose the “magic” of how they hear music, they don’t see the value of it when all they play is rock guitar… and on and on. But as David Walliman explains in this video, there are numerous benefits to knowing music theory.
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"Personally crafted video from the instructor."
"I don't think any other type of lesson can be this powerful."
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Scott Seaman
2 weeks ago
I"ve been a member of the Tony Trischka school for bluegrass banjo for 18 months and have recently joined the Mike Marshall school for mandolin. I'm a huge fan of ArtistWorks and use it extensively, in addition to in person lessons for banjo. The depth of lessons and other materials is amazing, including cross-over lessons from some of their other instructors for other instruments on topics like improvisation and ear training. The key to all of this is the student video exchanges; the ability to watch others play the tune I am trying to learn, see the instructor provide feedback and unique variations and then be able to get that some feedback for my own, with a very personally crafted video from the instructor. I continue to find new benefits as I browse through the content, and it just keeps getting stronger.
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Sean Johnson
a year ago
Signed up for a one month subscription. The video's were not what I expected. When I canceled my subscription and asked for a refund, they said that refunds are not part of their policy. Extremely disappointing.
Response from the owner - a year ago
Sorry you’ve had a bad experience and we hope you give us another chance with one of our other teachers in the future. We had hoped you would find our offer to switch your membership to one of our other 30 online schools acceptable for the remaining time on your 1 month membership.
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David Gibbons
10 months ago
Like many guitarists, I've tried all kinds of lessons, books and sites to keep improving. And like a lot of folks, I eventually hit a plateau that I couldn't seem to break through. ArtistWorks changed all that for me: until I tried it, I didn't really understand the motivational power of getting pointers directly from a pro. Through the video exchange, your mentor can see your technique in depth and understand the obstacles for you to overcome to get to the next level. And they tell you and show you exactly what to do in a personalized way. I don't think any other type of lesson can be this powerful. I recommend it to everyone I meet!
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