Musical Instruments

If you play a musical instrument then take a look at one of our dedicated areas:

Vocals Area

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Our vocals area includes lots of tutorials and articles to help singers become informed about singing techniques and common issues.

Award winning Jazz and Blues singer and vocals professor Cheryl Hodge is our vocals / singing area editor.

Visit Singing / Vocals Area

Guitar Area

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In our guitar area we have a number of guitar tutorials and articles offering advice to guitarists.

If you are a lead, rhythm or bass guitar player you'll be interested in our scales and finger exercises to improve your solo work, and our chord translator is invaluable for transposition of songs and working out finger positioning. As part of ongoing site development we also plan to add an online guitar chord reference in the very near future.

Visit the Guitar Area

Bass Guitar Area

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The bass guitar area has several bass guitar video tutorials and bass guitar articles to help bass guitarists.

The Bass Guitar Area is a relatively new area. Look out for new articles appearing soon!

Visit the Bass Guitar Area

Drums and Percussion Area

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We've a broad range of video tutorials covering a number of techniques and practice routines presented as text with images and video examples.

Area editor Tom Hoffman is a very experienced drummer, multi-instrumentalist and active songwriter.

Visit the Drums and Percussion Area

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