I remember when my mom used to teach me piano and I always struggled to read both the bass and treble clef at the same time. For some reason my 10-year old brain just couldn't grasp the difference between those lower notes and the melody I was hearing on the higher … Read More
In many respects, the music world has moved away from complex and fast lead guitar solos.
And that's not … Read More
In addition to being a great tab and notation generating software, Guitar Pro 6 is also a robust sound processing bank that stores guitars, effects and even amp models that can be applied to whatever piece of music you're working on.
In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how … Read More
Lately, there have been some instances where I've wanted to use Guitar Pro 6 to build tab sheets without the standard notation. In other words, I wanted to display tabs only.
But I just had no idea how to do it.… Read More
Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” was completed in 1801, formally titled the “Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor” or “Quasi un Fantasia.”
The entirety of the piece consists of three movements:
- Adagio sostenuto (C♯)
- Allegretto (D♭)
- Presto agitato (C♯)
We’ll cover the first movement, Adagio sostenuto, perhaps the most … Read More
There have been many different interpretations of John Newton‘s poetic hymn.
As a result, Amazing Grace chords and tabs are difficult to normalize.
Keys change, progressions change and in some cases even the melody and lyrics are altered.
So we’ll establish some reliable standards when it comes to playing this … Read More
This lesson is intended to provide a sort of quick-start guide for getting into classical guitar.
I've compiled short bits of easy classical guitar tabs that are just enough to get your fingers moving on a few popular classical pieces.
You can think of it as a starter kit for … Read More
If you’re a beginner on the guitar, straightforward and easy-to-read tabs are always a welcomed sight.
You want to … Read More
For the most part Tool's music is incredibly complex, especially in terms of their rhythm and timing.
For us guitar players the rhythm aspect of our music is less pressing (than if we were playing, say, bass or drums) but there are still some complexities we need to deal with.… Read More