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Articles, Tips and Advice for Learning Guitar

Level TitleTopicID
Choosing A Guitar Teacher Learning CO-10
Guide To Buying Your First Guitar Shopping CO-01
Guitar Forever FAQ How-to CO-58
Acoustic vs. Electric Guitar: A Beginner’s Guide Shopping CO-02
Best Acoustic Guitars in Every Price Point Shopping CO-04
Bastard Guitars: How to Identify a Bad Guitar Shopping CO-05
Are Your Children Old Enough for Guitar Lessons? Advice CO-30
Why You’re Too Old To Learn Guitar Advice CO-31
Why You Need Guitar Lessons Learning CO-12
Should You Play Left-Handed or Right-Handed? Advice CO-33
Benefits of Learning Guitar Advice CO-39
Most Essential Guitar Accessories Shopping CO-09
What To Do About Sweaty, Clammy Hands Advice CO-65
Preventing Cold Hands in the Winter Advice CO-66
Why Guitar is the Best Instrument to Learn Advice CO-70
The Perfect Practice Space Advice CO-71
Pick the Perfect Guitar Shopping CO-78
Should You Buy a Guitar Online or In a Store? Advice CO-83
Basic Guitar Anatomy Learning CO-89
Guitar Capos Compared Shopping CO-90
Private Lesson Success: Making the Most of Your Private Lesson Learning CO-11
Practice Efficiently: Make The Most of Your Practice Time Learning CO-50
Should You Learn Tablature or Music Notation? Advice CO-64
How Much Time Should You Practice Each Day? Learning CO-24
How To Tune Your Guitar How-to CO-18
Why You Need To Get Your Guitar Set Up By a Pro Shopping CO-06
Best Apps for Learning Guitar on iPhone or iPad Shopping CO-07
Finding the Right Difficulty Level Advice CO-67
Why You Need Hearing Protection Advice CO-72
Why Some Styles are More Represented Advice CO-79
How Long Does It Take To Learn Guitar? Advice CO-23
Avoid Practice Distractions Learning CO-56
Practice Distractions: Stop Looking at the Clock Learning CO-63
How Often Should You Change Your Strings? How-to CO-17
How to Deal With Discouragement Advice CO-26
Prevent Damage to Your Guitar Advice CO-27
Practice Motivation: How to Meet Your Practice Goal Learning CO-51
Best Websites for Learning Guitar Shopping CO-49
How To Change Your Guitar Strings How-to CO-19
How to Find Material That Fits Your Level Advice CO-35
Why You Should Take Lessons on Skype Learning CO-14
When and How to Use a Metronome How-to CO-22
Real Work is Hard Advice CO-68
Practice-Resistant Problems Advice CO-69
How to Avoid Falling Into A Rut Advice CO-73
Common Setup Problems Affecting Beginners Advice CO-81
Best Chair for Practicing Guitar Shopping CO-87
Practice Without A Guitar Learning CO-61
Are You a Solo or Ensemble Player? Advice CO-62
How to Memorize Guitar Songs How-to CO-16
Learn to Play and Sing at the Same Time Advice CO-25
Travel Guitars Reviewed: What Guitar is Best for Travel? Shopping CO-03
How to Avoid Guitar Injuries Advice CO-44
Traveling With Your Guitar How-to CO-54
How To Learn Ear Training and Music Theory How-to CO-20
Top 6 Myths About Learning Guitar Advice CO-32
Complete Guide to Guitar Picks Shopping CO-08
How to Organize Practice: Use Evernote to Get On Top How-to CO-21
Looking At The Guitar While Playing: Is It Bad? Advice CO-37
Sitting Or Standing: Which Way Should You Practice Guitar? Advice CO-38
Focus on Function To Learn Guitar Learning CO-52
Become a Better Player Each Time You Practice Advice CO-74
Coming Back after Time Away Advice CO-80
Guitar Hacks: Tips and Tricks Advice CO-82
Conditioning for the Hand, Wrist, and Fingers Advice CO-57
Guitar Calluses: Hand Care and Conditioning Advice CO-45
Guitar Nails: Care and Grooming Advice CO-28
Guitar Plateau: How to Jumpstart Progress When You’re Stuck Advice CO-29
Practice Anywhere: Take Your Practice On The Road How-to CO-55
Think Creatively: Become Your Own Teacher Learning CO-15
Learning Guitar By Ear: Why You Need to Work on Transcribing Advice CO-40
Correct Guitar Posture: Tips for Good Health Advice CO-46
Ideal Guitar Lesson Length Advice CO-75
Best Time of Day to Practice Advice CO-76
How to Assess Your Guitar Playing Advice CO-77
Why You Should Take Out a Loan to Buy a Guitar Shopping CO-84
Uninspired? Maybe It’s Time To Buy Some New Toys Advice CO-86
Letting Go of Practice Guilt Advice CO-59
Get a Gig: Work Opportunities for Guitar Players Advice CO-34
How To Find Performance Opportunities Advice CO-36
Too Complicated? Why Learning Hard Music Makes Everything Easier Advice CO-41
Should You Sharpen Strengths or Reinforce Weaknesses? Learning CO-53
Head Hands and Heart Advice CO-42
Why You Should Skip Music School Advice CO-43

As the creator of Hub Guitar, Grey has compiled hundreds of guitar lessons, written several books, and filmed hundreds of video lessons. He teaches private lessons in his Boston studio, as well as via video chat through TakeLessons.

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