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Started by Ed McKechnie
2 replies, latest 4 months ago

What chords should I learn first?
Started by p sherman
6 replies, latest 4 months ago

Getting Out of First Position
Started by Kevin Croston
3 replies, latest 4 months ago

Look further
Started by Matthew Sarad
2 replies, latest 5 months ago

"Introductions" section? "Looking for local musicians" section?
Started by Doug Clark
4 replies, latest 5 months ago

Playing Guitar Group - Discussions

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Jim Lair

Wearing Finger Picks

How do you wear finger picks when playing acoustic guitar? I did not realize most people wear them upside down. That is they are upside down to the way I wear them. The pad of my finger tips are in contact with the string. I treat the finger pick...

Posted 1 year ago - 23 replies, latest 1 year ago

David Bagley

Changes to AC Digital Magazine

What do you think about the new version of the digital magazine? I am disappointed: I can't view it on my iPad1 and I can't download it. That means viewing it on my desktop which isn't convenient. Step backwards? David

Posted 1 year ago - 11 replies, latest 1 year ago

Joseph Jacobs
Joseph Jacobs


I'm not much of a lead guitarist, so I don't do a lot of lead licks per se. Anyway, I do have a boat load of lick books from the past. Can anyone enlighten me as how does one knows what key the lick is in. The books never say. There has got to...

Posted 1 year ago - 2 replies, latest 1 year ago

Mike Lowell

Playing at the next level.

I have been playing for about 3 years, most flatpicking. I can play first position chords, bar chords, and play scales with proficiency...but feel at best I am an intermediate player. When I listen to other players, they make the guitar

Posted 1 year ago - 8 replies, latest 1 year ago

Glen McCarthy
Glen  McCarthy

Travis Picking

Besides Dirt in the Breeze AKA Dust in the Wind and Landslide what other songs do you teach/play that uses Travis Picking?

Posted 1 year ago

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