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    Top 5 Fender Tele Tone Tips

    By Stefan Vos
    In February 5, 2019
    Some background before we dive into my top 5 Fender Tele tone tips: When Leo Fender introduced the Fender Telecaster, early in 1951, it was derided by some as a “boat paddle” and “snow shovel”. You may still hear modern players affectionately refer to their Telecaster as a ‘plank’....
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    Top 5 Fender Strat Tone Tips

    By Theo Young
    In January 11, 2019
    The legendary Fender Stratocaster is the electric guitar that has set the industry standard for the modern age of music since the 1950s. It is set as the face of the electric guitar through the iconic artists and songs that we have come to know. Here are my top...
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    Top 5 Electric Guitars

    By Jacques Bekker
    In December 18, 2018
    The universe of guitars can appear to be overwhelming to explore. Every guitar has a soul of its own, so it can be hard to choose when buying a new “axe”. However, there are guitars that have become staples of the music industry. Here are five electric guitars that...
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    Funk Guitar Lesson – The Muting Technique (Part 1)

    By Erick Gerber
    In October 31, 2018
    In this lesson, we’re going to work on three things: Developing your 16 note rhythmic prowess at different tempos. Feeling 16 notes to a metronome is considerably more challenging than 8th notes. The muting technique – playing all the strings without a single note or harmonic ringing out, giving...
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    How To Make Your Guitar Vegan

    By Craig Goudge
    In October 9, 2018
    Can your Guitar be Vegan? It’s an interesting question considering the modern focus on healthy eating patterns. Let’s take a look at what to consider if you have the urge to make your guitar Vegan: Before we get into the details it would be important to be clear on...
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    Using Minor Pentatonic Over Major Chords – Theory Explained

    By Darren Powell
    In September 11, 2018
    The Minor Pentatonic scale is the all-so-famous scale most guitar players start with. It is almost evident everywhere in music. It is in the main riff of Smoke on the Water by Deep Purple and in Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes. ‘Pent’ is the Greek word for ‘five’. So...