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Feb
14
comment Will learning to play another instrument help me to become a better guitarist?
Accepting the answer because you also have mentioned the back-draws: "Learning another instrument will not necessarily make you a better guitarist; since the time spent learning another instrument is time that your spending not building your technical ability on the guitar." Thank you!
Feb
13
comment Improving fretting hand strength
@Chris, I'm really glad that you found my advice useful! Keep on!
Feb
12
asked Which steel strings are more suitable for fingerpicking on acoustic guitar?
Feb
12
answered Improving fretting hand strength
Feb
8
answered Fingers Too Short for Barre Chords?
Feb
6
answered Is it possible to mute some of my strings?
Feb
5
asked Will learning to play another instrument help me to become a better guitarist?
Feb
1
answered Learn guitar chords?
Jan
30
asked Right hand accuracy
Jan
29
answered Are there any books or videos out there that teach you SLOWLY and do not focus on learning TABS?
Jan
27
answered What should a guitarist learn first: Rhythm or Lead?
Jan
26
answered Do left-handed guitarists view the same patterns as right-handed?
Jan
23
answered Acoustic Guitar Intonation Adjustments
Jan
21
comment Putting guitar and song together
@bobobobo, yes, sorry, added one :)
Jan
21
answered Putting guitar and song together
Jan
21
comment Free exercise books
@Jimi Oke, yes, I understand that! I would be grateful if you can recommend something non-free. A good material is usually worth it.
Jan
21
comment What is the first scale one should learn on guitar
@Alex Basson, yes, thank you.
Jan
21
comment What is the first scale one should learn on guitar
@DRL quite possible, I'm just judging from my own experience. It was the first scale I've learned, and it helped me very much, when I learned the next ones, including pentatonic.
Jan
21
answered What is the first scale one should learn on guitar
Jan
20
asked Singing notes while playing scales