Updated 2019-12-21 Did you realize there were so many resources available to help learn how to play an unfamiliar guitar chord? This is part 3… Read More »How do I play that chord? Part 3: Desktop tools.
How do I play that chord? Part 2: Look it up. This post was rewritten 2019-12-20. The original version was published in 2010. Things change.… Read More »How do I play that chord? Part 2: Look it up online.
While on vacation last week I encountered a G7b5b9 chord in a lead-sheet to a tune I wanted to play. I thought I was ready… Read More »How do I play that chord? Part 1. Figure it out.
LilyPond is free open source software designed to create “beautiful sheet music”. It is available for Windows, Mac and Linux systems. The creators describe the… Read More »How to Create Sheet Music. Part 3: Music Engraving by LilyPond
I discussed software for creating guitar tablature in my previous post, How to create sheet music. You can also create scores in standard musical notation… Read More »How to Create Sheet Music. Part 2. The ABC’s of Notation
I had another post in mind about how I used the import, export and conversion functions of several software programs to get from a Real… Read More »Lead sheets, Fake Books, Real Books and Guitar Books
Summertime is vacation time and vacation time is when I have to figure out which instruments I’ll bring with me on this year’s vacation. I get the summertime blues when I can’t bring a guitar with me on vacation.
If you’re considering your vacation or travel guitar options here’s some things to consider:Read More »Vacation Guitars