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As many of you know, Guitar Noise pally Nick Torres does occasional roles in theater in the Washington, DC area. He’s currently part of Three Sisters, enjoying a run at Studio Theatre. That’s Nick on the far right, wailing away on a custom-made balalaika. http://www.davidhodge.com/2017/03/18/meanwhile-back-dc/
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Looking for a ukulele? What are some good brands for beginners? Here are the ten best brands to look for

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Most guitar solos are the result of planning. How many measures are there? What chord changes are taking place? A good guitarist will give a solo the same qualities of a well-written song – a beginning, a middle and an end.

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How do you take the next step in becoming a better guitarist?

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Fans of rock n' roll guitar will like AllMusic's feature "Chuck Berry: The Man Who Invented America." Speaks about his role in making rock 'n roll all about guitar: "Berry was rock 'n' roll's first guitar hero. He played a massive role in defining the six-string as the definitive rock 'n' roll instrument, both as a musical voice and a symbol of cool."

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What makes a chord transition good? Why does C to G sound nice while C to Eb minor is fingernails on a chalkboard?

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There's a really good new Bob Dylan interview on his site. Fairly long but very interesting to read. One of the funniest parts is when the interviewer asks, "What does a drummer coming into your band need to know?"

Bob replies, "No one comes into my band. I like the drummer I have now." Check out the full interview here

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This month saw the first ever "Berkshire Strings Presents" concert. David was there, and he wrote about it for us here.

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Buying a new guitar can be an emotional ordeal. Here's some helpful advice on what to think about before shopping for a new musical instrument.

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Both hands are equally important when playing guitar. This lesson focuses on the techniques needed for your strumming hand.http://www.guitarnoise.com/lessons/picking-your-poison/
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