Three Keys To Practicing String Skipping

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One of the major advantages of working with a guitar teacher instead of trying to learn the instrument yourself is that you’ll get help with the long list of challenging techniques that you need to master. As you improve your skills, your teacher will continue to introduce you to new techniques that you can add to your repertoire. One such skill is string skipping — a technique in which you jump over one string instead of picking strings that are side by side.…

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What To Know About A Pop-Up Opera

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One of the most popular trends in the past decades has been flash mob dancing. Flash mob dancing is when a group of people (who practice ahead of time) get together in pubic to spontaneously perform and then they walk away like nothing happened. For instance, a lot of flash mob dances take place in public places like shopping malls or centers. One new trend to be on the lookout for in 2020 is flash mob operas.…

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Are You A Fan Of A Specific Guitar Player? Try Adding These Instruments To Your Collection

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If you’re into collecting guitars, there’s a good chance that you’re into listening to guitar music — and that you likely have a favorite player. There are multiple ways to approach building a collection, but one option is to focus your collection around the player who inspires you the most. Depending on the popularity of this player, there may be a number of different guitars that you can focus on adding to your vintage guitar collection.…

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