Guitar Lesson Expert GuitarsThere are hundreds if not thousands of styles of guitar that you could play, and yet fundamentally a guitar is six strings, stretched between a nut and saddle, allowing you to “fret” different strings at different points to make notes higher or lower. This is what makes fretted instruments differ from the piano or the harp. Interrupting the string at various fret points to make notes higher or lower across an assortment of strings is what allows the guitar to be such a great harmonic or chordal instrument for accompaniments, and simultaneously be an amazing solo instrument, stringing individual notes in interesting melodic lines.

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David is a lifelong guitarist and songwriter, with a highly developed knack for producing and arranging. He spends a great deal of time mentoring and coaching aspiring music artists and songwriters to rise to the pinnacle of their abilities. Music definitely is a language we all can understand. Connect with David on Google+.

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