Roadie 2 Guitar Tuner

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Many guitar players struggle with keeping their instrument in tune. Even with a tuner, it can be difficult and time consuming to get your sound just right.

The Roadie 2 is a new tuning accessory that will help you out no matter what experience level you play at. Using this device will cut the amount of time you spend tuning your guitar before you play down to almost no time at all. The Roadie 2 will provide you with the perfect tune for a large variety of instruments and sounds. Tuning your guitar has seriously never been so easy.

To the Top: Kilimanjaro

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Written by Barney Leeson of VoyageAirGuitar.com

Robby LeBlanc takes his Voyage-Air guitar to conquer Mt Kilimanjaro!

This story actually starts back in 2004, when Robby LeBlanc was daunted by a variety of physical ailments: many related to his being overweight. That year was a turning point in his life, where he was challenged by friends: “IF you could drop 100 pounds, what would you do? How would you celebrate?”

How to Play a Great Guitar Solo

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Written by Natalie Wilson with Musical Advisors

Playing a great guitar solo is an excellent way to demonstrate your mastery of the guitar, but it can be difficult to learn intricate passages. The most notable guitarists throughout history have rocked their guitar solos and left their audience blown away by the sound. If you want to learn how to play a great guitar solo, there are some tips that will get you started on your learning process.

11 Different Chord Types to Learn

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Written by Shubham Yadav from GuitarIsBliss

When it comes to chords there are thousands of chords to choose from. Playing the same major and minor chords again and again gets boring. Here are a few types of chords to explore for fun.

These chords can be used to add flavour to your guitar playing. To create that extra tension and suspense in your playing. Different chords can be used to add extra colours in your playing. Some are so easy that you need to add just one extra note in the triads that you play.