Most serious guitarists own at least one acoustic guitar of the nylon or steel string variety. If you’re a rock, jazz, or experimental guitar player though, you probably spend most of your time working on ideas on some kind of electric guitar. Spending some quality time practicing acoustic guitar can do wonders for your technique overall as well as being rewarding in and of itself. Here are some pointers to help spark your acoustic growth.
The first thing to ask ourselves before we get to the main issue here is, what is a bass guitar? A bass guitar is a solid-bodied instrument tuned to produce bass or low notes and it requires an amplifier. Now that we know what the bass guitar is, we have to look into the fundamentals that guide the tuning of this guitar.
It is a bit funny to say but classical guitar is nowadays more popular than ever. People love the bright and complex sound along with the skill that is required in playing the instrument well. Whether you are just a beginner, looking to switch from electric guitar to classical or a master plucker, it is essential now that you bought a good classical guitar to keep it in good shape. This short guide will explain the steps on how to take care of your classical guitar so that it sounds great for years to come.
Blues music is a genre that is never going to die. From the early slide and smooth blues of Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, to the blistering style of Jimi Hendrix and the modern incarnations of blues gods (John Mayer anyone?), the genre is only going to continue to grow and influence music forever.