There seems to be an idea that yodeling had little history in cowboy tradition. However, this sentiment does not line up with the observations of John Lomax.
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Here’s a superb introduction to the unique chord progressions of this toe-tapping sound, geared toward the rhythm guitarist.
Before you spend any money on a mic, spend just a couple of dollars on some great information—The Beginner’s Guide to Microphones by Brendan Krueger.
Getting into guitar or mandolin picking? One of the first things you will need (besides your instrument) is a good collection of picks.
Allow us to share a few tips for keeping your strings clean and at their best for as long as possible. (Hint: These tips work great for mandolin, banjo, and Dobro, too!)
Whether your headphones are for recording or mixing, attention to quality, shape, and comfort are critical.
Left-hand agility is a skill that can be acquired and improved with practice. These tried-and-true exercises will help you sharpen that skill.
Brushing up on your guitar playing abilities? One area where you might want to put in some work is the left hand.
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