20 Beginner Tips

by Darius Wave

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  • Wellcome to my 20 Beginners Tips lesson!

    This is an ellaborate lesson with examples and detailed explanations, on how to improve your overall playing as a beginner. Come and see what do professionals do, to sound like they do. Being a professional player doesn't mean you are able to play with the speed of the light. Let me make you familiar with essential things that professionals always take care of. Those are often forgotten or underated beginners. At the same time those are exactly the ones that make pros sound better, even while playing reasonably simple riffs, licks or solos. Let's start!

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    MAIN - Introduction
    Part 1 - Holding the guitar
    Part 2 - Holding the pick
    Part 3 - Muting unwanted noises - left hand
    Part 4 - Muting unwanted noises - right hand
    Part 5 - Keep the guitar in tune
    Part 6 - Fret the notes properly
    Part 7 - Avoid unnecessary movements
    Part 8 - Make string bending easier
    Part 9 - Care for the intonation
    Part 10 - Changing strings
    Part 11 - The use of pickup selector
    Part 12 - The use of volume and tone controls
    Part 13 - Practise in front of the mirror
    Part 14 - Picking direction assignment
    Part 15 - Left hand fingers positioning
    Part 16 - Importance of chord strumming period
    Part 17 - Adjusting amp settings
    Part 18 - Learn theory basics
    Part 19 - Buying your first guitar
    Part 20 - Left-handed guitar players
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