What is a Guitar Capo
Capo is short for capotasto, which means “head of fretboard” in Italian. A guitar capo is a clamp used on the neck of the guitar to shorten the playable length of the open strings
LearnToPlayMusic.com presents Episode 9 of the Music Space webcast – the live Google Hangouts show. Our hosts Gary Isaacs and Sarah Petrusma, had special guest guitarist, John Delany on the show. We discussed the art of
Playing Your First Saxophone Notes
One of the most important aspects learned in your first saxophone lessons is the ability to produce a strong, even tone. This largely depends on the position of the mouth and lips,
LearnToPlayMusic.com presents Episode 8 of the Music Space webcast – the live Google+ Hangouts show. In today’s episode our special guest, Adelaide-based lead guitarist & music director, Rob Pippan, demonstrated some great lead guitar improvisation tips using guitar modes.
What are Guitar Arpeggios?
A guitar arpeggio is a playing technique where the notes of a chord are played one at a time, instead of being strummed together. The word comes from the Italian word arpeggiare, which means, “to play on a harp.”
From “un-cool” to “very-in”, the ukulele (or “uke”) has come a long way in popularity over the past few years. Where once ukes may have been hard to find, now high quality ukuleles are