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1: How To Improve Your Guitar Technique-Part 2

How To Improve Your Guitar Technique - Part 2 By Tom Hess If you are still suffering from s...

By: Tom Hess

2: Need Help Starting A Successful Career In Music?

Do you need immediate help starting a successful career in music? Here are 4 things that will put you on the right track. Practice to become a professional musician –...

By: Tom Hess

3: A Guide to Becoming a Great Studio/Session Musician Part 2

A Guide to Becoming a Great Studio/Session Musician Part 2 Part II By Zack Uidlzack@zackuidl....

By: Zack Uidl

4: A Guide to Becoming a Great Studio/Session Musician Part 1

A Guide to Becoming a Great Studio/Session Musician Part 1 

By: Zack Uidl

5: Plans Are NOT Goals

Anyone who has read any of my articles related to the subject of learning/teaching guitar knows I am very goal oriented in my teaching. Before I begin teaching or coaching (yes th...

By: Tom Hess

6: For Love Or Money

"Hey Tom, I wanted/needed to e-mail you because I have some frustrating questions in terms of music and the mainstream music business and I just wanted to get some insight from you. Here it g...

By: Tom Hess

7: Picking Hand Discipline

I have often been asked how I, and other players, are able to play really fast without playing sloppy. Playing sweep picked arpeggios cleanly while using a lot of gain (distortion) can be a big ch...

By: Tom Hess

8: How to Avoid Musical Burn Out

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By: Tom Hess

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The Mandolin Sounds in the Roots of Bluegrass

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By: Allen Newsom

Choosing a Teacher

The electric guitar has advanced far beyond the time when someone could teach himself (or herself) to become a world class player. If your ambition is to become a competent player and a competent musician, ...

By: Tom Hess

Origins of Non-Classical Guitar

In 1865 a number of Portuguese arrived to work the mighty Pioneer Sugar Plantations and through them, the island musicians were exposed to the first "non-classical" guitar styles - som...

By: Mike Hayes

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