More than Chords and Scales

Playing and Picking

 Instrument List

  • Acoustic & Electric Guitar
  • Classical Guitar
  • Electric Bass
  • Piano & Keyboard
  • Ukulele

(Try clicking on pictures through out this website.)

A few very talented self taught musicians have been able to become legendary performers, however for most people, the most reliable path for quickly becoming a proficient player is paved with (one on one) private lessons.

                               

"Picking and a-grinning" is more than just a catchy phrase about music makers. There is a certain bonding between the player and his or her instrument that the musician enjoys when he or she is making music, especially if it is an original melody, riff, or rhythm strumming pattern. Playing music is about creativity, passion, and expression.

Unfortunately, becoming addicted to that certain phrase can become like a dead end street. Because it brings so much enjoyment it becomes the "go to" piece for repeated practice and the player cannot seem to break away from it to create something different or to learn something new. Sometimes, the best way to unlock more of your creative side to take it to a new height is with a measure of guidance, accountability, and the gentle challenge from a more accomplished musician.

No matter what style you want to learn to play from Bach to Rock, the basic foundational principles are the same, even for singers. The greater your knowledge is - the better your "chops" will become.**

I invite you to learn more about my continual musical journey here.

I have published some links to educational websites that will also help you in your pursuit of achieving musical excellence, here.

I have also included links to vendors that sell high quality musical instruments and offer wonderful customer service, here

In the footer below I have published categories of my recommended links. Please take note of my disclaimer. I have many interests and hobbies (other than music making) that I want to promote and causes that I want to support. Please take a moment to scroll down and click on a few.

Please contact me if you have any questions or comments.

 

 

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