New Beginner Drum Fills – A Guide

The bass drum has many sonic applications. While it may not be the main focus of a lot of drummers, it does deserve a fair bit of love. Since the bass drum only plays three beat drum rolls, it is fairly easy to jam over and sing along to. Furthermore, there are certain bass drum […]

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Playing Guitar Notes Vs. Chords: What to Know

If you’re anything like the staff here at Jam Addict, you’re constantly on the lookout for ways to up your guitar skills.  One of the questions we see crop up a lot online has to do with the differences between playing/practicing individual notes (melodies) and chords.  You can play the guitar in all kinds of […]

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The BEST Way To Practice Rhythm on Guitar!

What is the rhythm guitar? In modern-day music, the terms “lead” and “rhythm” are almost completely irrelevant. Most players do a bit of each, depending on what the song calls for, but to say you’re a RHYTHM guitarist is kind of like…what? All guitarists should be rhythm guitarists! Today, if you wish to be an […]

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How to Learn Guitar By Playing Songs

I have discovered that there are two types of students generally speaking. One type that simply wishes to learn their favorite tunes no matter difficulty or skill level. The other type has a desire to understand what they are playing—they want to go deeper and understand the makeup of chords, scales and theory. Both are […]

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Can We Learn The Guitar Online?

How difficult is it to actually start learning the guitar online as opposed to using a qualified teacher? I will start by saying this. A qualified guitar tutor can be invaluable for your development. There are things that just ‘stick’ in your brain better when you learn them in person, and a good teacher can […]

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Beginner’s Guide—What Scales to Learn on the Guitar?

Scales can be overwhelming! With many notes and positions, it can be difficult to know where to start if you’re a beginner. In this lesson, we are going to start with one of the first scales you should learn on guitar—the blues scale. The blues scale is not only incredibly important for your understanding of […]

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