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Guitar & Music Institute Online Shop

The GMI - Guitar & Music Institute Online Shop - A Growing Range Of Guitar Products The GMI - Guitar & Music Institute Online Shop...
Riff Master Pro

Riff Master Pro A Great Tool For Transcribing Guitar Solos

Riff Master Pro For Guitarists Looking To Transcribe Or Learn To Play Fast Passages Of Music? If you are struggling to catch the notes in...
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Second Hand Guitar Hunting – A guide

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmwxAzJqBK8 Second Hand Guitar Hunting Subscribe to my channel by clicking here: http://bit. Second Hand Guitar Hunting thumbnail courtesy of youtube.com Excellent idea which should be brought...
how to tune a guitar

How To Tune A Guitar – Let’s Look At The Options

How To Tune A Guitar - The Options Available Gone are the days when tuning a guitar could only be done by ear. Well, it was...
Anouck Andre

Ten Guitarists You Should Know And Learn From

Ten Guitarists You Should Know And Learn From So, why are we blogging about ten guitarists you should know and learn from when we are...
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Ten How To Play Rock Guitar Books

10 How To Play Rock Guitar Books...You Should Buy GMI launched a new and exciting book in 2016 and we created this how to play rock guitar...
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How To Practice Guitar

HOW TO PRACTICE GUITAR - MAXIMISE THE BENEFIT OF YOUR TIME I suppose the meaning behind the question when students ask "how to practice guitar" is;...
10 Indian guitarists you should know

10 Indian Guitarists You Should Know!

INDIAN GUITARISTS At GMI, we want to promote guitarists from around the world and shine a spotlight on guitarists who are not in the mainstream...
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Discovering Guitar Infographics!

Guitar Infographics - A Picture Says A Thousand Words Guitar Infographics what are they? Well, everyone likes a picture or image. Why? Well the fact...

How to Sound Like The Beatles Using Modern Guitar Gear

Late last week, the gang at Reverb.com posted their latest "Potent Pairings" video. The series shows guitarists how to sound like their favorite bands using various modern pedals—pedals that, in most cases, were never used by the bands themselves. This time around, Potent Pairings checked in with the Beatles.

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