January 14, 2021
Find out the different ways you can learn to play songs on guitar and whether you should learn to read music.
I'll walk you through the different options you have and why there are so many conflicting opinions about reading music for guitar.
Check out tutorials for all types of written music for guitar at //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-24/
January 6, 2021
Learn the important differences between single and multi-effects pedals and which one suits you best.
There are a lot of different guitar pedals you can choose from, so this episode will explain what really matters and how the type of pedals you use impact your tone and playing.
Check out guides and reviews on a wide range of pedals at //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-23/
December 22, 2020
Learn what it means to find your unique voice on guitar and why it matters. This episode is important for any time you feel bored with guitar, you lack motivation, or you just feel stuck.
Find your voice on guitar in this episode and check out resources to help you out at //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-22/
December 15, 2020
Find out how to get started writing your own music and what to add to your practice routine to work on songwriting skills.
Songwriting is a tough topic to talk about, so this episode will give you some clear exercises to practice so you can start writing your own music.
Check out resources for this episode at //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-21/
December 7, 2020
Are you better off using a pick or your fingers to play arpeggios? Should you grow your nails long or keep them short? How do you learn and practice arpeggios?
This episode answers some questions from a listener on how to learn and play arpeggios on guitar.
Check out resources for this episode at //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-20/
November 29, 2020
Many guitarists believe if you learn music theory, it hurts your creativity. Does music theory turn you into an emotionless robot?
This episode talks about why so many guitarists think about music theory in very different ways. If you've been wondering whether you should learn music theory or not, listen to this episode.
Check out resources for this episode at //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-19/
November 21, 2020
Find out about a trap any musician can fall for and how it can trick you into thinking you're making progress.
I'll share a story about two technically accomplished musicians who weren't able to improvise the simplest of solos. Once you learn how something like this can happen, you can avoid falling into the same trap
Check out the page for this episode here: //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-18/
November 13, 2020
Find out why the typical advice on how to create a guitar practice routine may not be the best approach for you.
Hear some examples of different practice routines to learn what might work best for you.
Check out the guide to creating a practice routine and other practice tips here: //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-17/
November 6, 2020
Using tools to help you get more out of your practice can speed up your progress. Find out three ways you can use a looper pedal to improve your guitar skills and become a better guitarist.
If you don't have a looper pedal, by the end of this episode it should be clear why you might want to get one.
Check out the exercises covered in this episode here: //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-16/
October 29, 2020
A metronome can have an incredible impact on your guitar abilities - if you use it properly.
This episode explains three different ways you can use a metronome to improve your guitar skills as well as exercises to get you started.
Listen to this episode whether you've used a metronome before or never used one.
Check out the rhythm exercises for this episode here: //guitargearfinder.com/podcast/episode-15/