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Are you someone who would like to start writing music, but are not quite sure which instrument you should learn to write on? If you desire to become a great songwriter more than you do an instrumentalist, is it possible to have one without the other?

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When it comes to talking about great musicians, people will often refer to them as "Naturally Talented" or "Gifted". While it is true that they are naturally talented, people never go deeper to think about or find out about what it took for them to become "Naturally Talented". This article will help you find out what natural talent is and how you can have it.

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I'll show you 8 ways in which you can play power chords to bring more life to your riffs and blow some heads off with such Power! Perfect for rockers.

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When it comes to playing electric guitar, there is a variety of things you can do with it beyond just playing notes. Incorporating the whammy bar and other electric guitar specific techniques is an important part in developing your sound.

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If you haven't changed the strings in your guitar yet, or have not been able to do it before, I'll teach you how to do it. I'll show you how to change strings on my two electrics and electroacoustic guitars.

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In this lesson we look at how to improvise a stripped back solo blues in the 'Delta Blues' style. This is great for your picking hand thumb and lots of fun!

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As this series nears to an end, we look into the skill of using our left and right hands to add percussion to our solo acoustic playing.

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If you´re running out of ideas in your single string soloing, the chord soloing can be good to try. It will create another thinking in the way of soloing and will give you new ideas in the general soloing as well.

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Today there will be another format article. Down here, I’m will go through a brief analysis on a technique, used by a very well known guitar player – Marty Freedman. It is pretty unusual, so, let’s go through it.

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Here’s a fun legato idea for guitar that uses hammer-on’s, pull’off’s, and slides. The concept uses five consecutive notes from the major scale on each string.
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