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Dickey Betts "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" Guitar Lesson

Dickey Betts and his son Duane Betts show you how to play “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed”. This is easily one of my favorite songs by Dickey Betts. 56 more words


The room

The whistling wind blew into his face and creating a tornado consisting of itself and dead leaves; however this monstrosity proved much weaker than his shoes as Timmy walked past the small twister on his way to his school. 3,956 more words

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Joe Bonamassa's Gibson Les Paul tone tips guitar lesson

Joe Bonamassa, master blues-guitarist shows just how versatile a Gibson Les Paul can be, by running straight into the amp, using no pedals. By using nothing more than different pickup selections and tone/volume pot adjustments, he gets a surprisingly wide variation in sounds, from clean to dirty, and much in-between. 53 more words


Blues Guitar Lesson by Billy Gibbons of ZZ TOP

Billy Gibbons, master blues-guitarist of ZZ TOP fame teaches basic blues progression and some of his favorite licks.

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Australian Music Schools Provides Right Flute Lessons

For the aspiring musician, getting the right music lessons from an early age will not provide them a strong base but also help increase their capability in music learning. 214 more words


Hooked on Mozart: Phonics and Whole Language in Music

Hooked on Mozart: Phonics and Whole Language in Music

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The Talent Code

Not so long ago (late 90s), in a country you may live in today, there was a war. 596 more words


Broken Windows in a band room

I just finished reading an amazing book by Daniel Coyle called:

The Tipping Point

It is a book about epidemics of all kinds and how they achieved there …. 501 more words