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Name 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

I don't have my little finger, but I am interested in playing Guitar. Can I still learn and play in front of audience?

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Adil replied | 18 Jul

yes. you just have to put the work of your pinky finger to the your rest of the fingers. it's 0 issue.:)

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Harish replied | 18 Jul

Hi, Yes you can learn guitar even without the little finger. There are many good guitar players with this problem. when it comes to holding certain chords you may have some challenges however a good teacher should definitely guide you properly. Get started !!!!

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Shobhana 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

Is Banjo similar to Guitar?

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Arup replied | 03 Aug

No certainly not , but you can develop the playing technique to some extent similar by trilling . For that you have to be expertise on the instrument .

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Princy replied | 05 Aug

the only similarity is both are string instruments but it has diff style and way of playing

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Pethanan 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

Should I stick to one kind of music like rock, jazz etc. and play Guitar or play all kinds of songs?

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Harish replied | 18 Jul

Hi Pethanan , If you are an absolute beginner then even before stepping into different genres you might have to learn a whole lot of other things which will enable you to play or decide what style to play. Try to learn the songs that you normally listen to. There are lot of advantages if you learn songs from different genres however not all genres are easy to pick up.

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Arup replied | 03 Aug

play different genere of music . That will help you to develop your versatility .

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Mukul 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

Who is the best Guitarist in the world till day?

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Sidharth Kumar replied | 21 Jul

Well this is a difficult question. There can be great players. Since, all great guitarist has their own playing style and their own fan following, so it is difficult to say. This question is more like, who is the best god out of Shiva, Bramha and Vishnu...!!! Every one will have his own opinion about that..!!

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Tarun replied | 23 Jul

There is none yet

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Ritishkumar 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

Who is your role model for playing Guitar?

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Varun replied | 19 Jul

Tommy Emmanuel.

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Princy replied | 05 Aug

Jon Gomm's style of playing amazed me.

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Franziska 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

Can guitar soothe one's mood?

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Atulya replied | 19 Jul

Yes if u play it well

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Varun replied | 19 Jul

Yes, if you have interest.

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Dipak 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

How do I record what I am playing Guitar such that no other noises are heard?

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Soul replied | 18 Jul

Make your room sound proof while recording...
if do not want to spend much...then pls put all clothes available near you in the corners of your room...
and rest clothes everywhere in the room...
try to use smallest available room...

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Francis replied | 27 Jul

Easy. Buy a USB Audio Interface. Most of them come with a free lite version of some branded recording software. Connect your electric guitar or acoustic guitar with pick up and start recording.

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Preeti 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

What are Guitar Pro and Mysongbook softwares?

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Atharva replied | 16 Jul

Guitar Pro is a tablature editor software for guitar, bass, and other fretted instruments.. also for transcrib e songs and mysongbook is that gives access to legal tablature/music scores written by professional musicians. This is a library including genuine classics from Pop to Metal music in full scores.

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Adil replied | 18 Jul

these are basically the sites where you can learn all the notes and tabs of a song that you would like to learn but only if you can read music. :)

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Rayaan 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

If I practice Guitar for 1 hour every day, will I be able to learn Guitar in 1 month?

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Ishaan replied | 18 Jul

Yes. It all depends on how well you practice.

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Rohit replied | 18 Jul

Nope, at least 6 months

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Ritu 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

How electric guitar produces sound?

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Emmanuel replied | 19 Jul

It produces sound by the help of pickups fixed under the strings which. When plucked acts as a Mic to catch the tone or.sound produces by vibration of strings and hence amplifying it further by.an amp.

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Sidharth Kumar replied | 21 Jul

There are pickups on your guitar. These pickups are nothing but electromagnet. The vibrational or sound energy from your guitar gets converted into electric signal by these small electromagnets. These electrical signal , then are again needed to be converted into sound energy,(otherwise there would be no point of playing an electric guitar). This conversion of electrical signals...  more»
There are pickups on your guitar. These pickups are nothing but electromagnet. The vibrational or sound energy from your guitar gets converted into electric signal by these small electromagnets. These electrical signal , then are again needed to be converted into sound energy,(otherwise there would be no point of playing an electric guitar). This conversion of electrical signals into sound waves is done by using your amplifier or any sound output device.
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Madhusudhan 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

If I am a beginner, what kind of strings should I use to play Guitar smoothly?

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Jackson Noronha replied | 19 Jul

always start practising with thick or higher gauge strings , since it'll toughen your finger tips and you will never have issues in the future

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Atulya replied | 19 Jul

Use authentic steel guitar strings

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Madhavan 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

If I want to know, what gauge strings I have on my guitar, how will I know?

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Jackson Noronha replied | 19 Jul

gauges vary even by .05 - 0.1mm
lighter the gauge brighter the tone of the guitar
so you can only judge by the feel and tone of the guitar

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Princy replied | 05 Aug

if you have a basic acoustic guitar then it must be of .012 gauge and it sounds light..which is common one avlbl in market. For electric guitars commonly used string gauge is .009 or .010.
And it also depends on what type of strings you are uasing ...bronze or steel. It varies actually.

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Nitin 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

How do you interpret tabs and play Guitar?

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Shreyas Kumar Hegde replied | 16 Jul

In tabs.. the topmost line represents the 1st string or the high E string. And the bottom most line represents the 6th string or the low E string. If a string is numbered inticates tjat string is to be struck and the number indicates the fret number to be fret

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Adil replied | 18 Jul

if you want to learn how to read tabs, you first need to learn how to read music. there are classes available for such.:)

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Momin 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

If I want to buy, what is the cost of strings?

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Adil replied | 18 Jul

it basically starts fro 150/- but good quality strings might be upto 300/- :)

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Soul replied | 18 Jul

good strings cost around 400 INR
else you can get those in just 50 rupees too... :)

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Mrinal Kanti 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

Do you get handy guitars that can just fit in your palm?

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Gaurav replied | 16 Jul

You can get a smaller instrument of it called as ukulele!

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Shubham R replied | 16 Jul

Yes, there are various sized and even shapes that are made for the users comfort and preference. I'd suggest to personally go to a store and test instruments before buying them.

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Jareena 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

What is the difference between pitch fork and pitch pipe for a Guitar?

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Emmanuel replied | 19 Jul

Difference between a pitch fork and pitch pipe, both are used for tuning string instrument basically. The only difference is the method and the medium the fork produces a certain tone by
Vibration and the pipe produces a tone by help of aur blown into it.

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Jackson Noronha replied | 19 Jul

pitch fork is a a frequency measuring device usually used in the department of physics
Pitch pipe has 6 different pipes adjusted to 6 different frequencies which in turn matches to the frequency of 6 strings respectively

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Gaurav 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

How can one change the chords faster?

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Anson replied | 16 Jul

There's only one answer my friend: Practice, practice and more practice :)

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Atulya replied | 19 Jul

Practice with chord charts

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Geet 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

How to find Chords in a specific Key?

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Harish replied | 18 Jul

Hi Geet,

Lets say if the key is C then normally the chords would be C major, D minor, E minor , F major, G major , A minor and B diminished however this may vary depending upon the song. (Scale used to compose the song etc) , Typically Major , minor, minor, Major, Major, minor, Diminished is the chord pattern. Ask your teacher regarding chord families or chord progression...  more»
Hi Geet,

Lets say if the key is C then normally the chords would be C major, D minor, E minor , F major, G major , A minor and B diminished however this may vary depending upon the song. (Scale used to compose the song etc) , Typically Major , minor, minor, Major, Major, minor, Diminished is the chord pattern. Ask your teacher regarding chord families or chord progression or look up on YouTube and you will find tons of lessons explaining the theory behind chord progression. «less

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Princy replied | 05 Aug

to get chords for a specific key you need to learn chord families and to understand it properly find a teacher who can explain music theory.

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Mridulika 06 Jul in  Guitar Classes

If I want to play in a band as a guitarist, what are the requirements?

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Adil replied | 18 Jul

the only requirement is that you should know how to play the guitar. if it's checked you are good to go :)

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Harish replied | 18 Jul

Hi Mridulika , It depends on what style of music you want to play, How many members in the band etc.
Typically a band would have drums, rhythm guitar, vocals,lead guitar and bass however there is no fixed rule.
If you are a beginner and if can strum chords then you could fit in as a rhythm guitarist. Watch few bands playing and try to make out who is playing what. Also...  more»
Hi Mridulika , It depends on what style of music you want to play, How many members in the band etc.
Typically a band would have drums, rhythm guitar, vocals,lead guitar and bass however there is no fixed rule.
If you are a beginner and if can strum chords then you could fit in as a rhythm guitarist. Watch few bands playing and try to make out who is playing what. Also dig into Elements of Music if you have time. «less

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Gagan 04 Jul in  Guitar Classes

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Varun replied | 18 Aug

Guitar basics are simple, depends on practise n pickup. Music theory needs time and devotion.

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Princy replied | 23 Sep

find a good teacher for yourself........new and unknown things always looks difficult. Once you will understand...everything is easy.

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Arjun 21 Jun in  Guitar Classes, Tuition

I want to register myself as guitar tutor, how do I do that?

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Arnab replied | 23 Jun

Mr.Arjun,on urbanPro there have options to create your personal profile as a teacher,you may find it.Options are given thoroughly.Put your correct address and other informations like what do you want to teach and tell about your self,how many years you have been playing your instrument(basically your experiences)and your teaching skills in the description.Other options are there(below)...  more»
Mr.Arjun,on urbanPro there have options to create your personal profile as a teacher,you may find it.Options are given thoroughly.Put your correct address and other informations like what do you want to teach and tell about your self,how many years you have been playing your instrument(basically your experiences)and your teaching skills in the description.Other options are there(below) and you do not have to describe thoroughly except the first description(about your self),just click on those options. I hope this will help you. -Arnab Dey. «less

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Subhankar replied | 30 Jun

if you completed grade 8 from LCM then you can registered internationally as RGT

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Srikanth replied | 15 Sep

try for online classes

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Divya replied | 18 Sep

Schedule weekend batches, when schools have holidays

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Ratul Banerjee replied | 07 Jul

I think, its all about how dedicated and how much practice goes into playing the instrument. Except for that, i think the Trinity degree is only for academic purposes

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Rakesh replied | 19 Aug

So many people don't know that we can apply central govt jobs on musical trade, in air force navy crpf, as a musician in band, with that trinity qualification

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Gaurav 31 May in  Guitar Classes

What is the fees for Guitar classes?

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Moses replied | 15 Jun

if it's an institution or online training it's around 2k, for home tuition it's around 5k depending on the distance.

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R 20 May in  Guitar Classes, Music Classes

what is the difference between classical guitar and spanish guitar?

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Mala replied | 09 Sep

Classical guitar is used to lead the song but Spanish guitar is used to give codes. Classical guitar is used in classical music but Spanish guitar is used in light music.

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Princy replied | 11 Sep

one of the classical guitar types are Spanish guitars with nylon strings produce warm and mellow sound with broad neck, fixed bridge but without truss rod (generally). On Spanish or you can classical play finger style are used to play.

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