• Guitar Picks 101: How to Pick Your Pick

    Posted December 20th, 2019

    Although small in size, guitar picks possess a lot of power. In fact, many beginning guitar players often don’t realize just how important guitar picks really are. While it is very possible to play the guitar without a pick (and sometimes preferred for stylistic reasons), these small, but mighty tools can h...

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  • Tips for Choosing a Good Band Name

    Posted December 10th, 2019

    Once you’ve reached that point in your music career where you’ve perfected your skills to a T and learned all you can through music lessons, the next logical step is showcasing your talents around Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and beyond! For a majority of musicians, that means forming a band or joining an ...

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  • Why Music Lessons Make The Perfect Holiday Gift

    Posted December 4th, 2019

    Make this holiday season shine! Instead of giving your loved ones yet another typical gift, why not give them something unique and extra special? This year, shake things up by giving them the gift of music lessons, one of the only gifts in the world that actually gives back in return. Read on to discover w...

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  • The Best Motivational Tips to Reach Your Music Dreams

    Posted November 4th, 2019

    Going after your dreams is never easy. In fact, at times, it can seem almost impossible. Between all the music lessons, practice sessions and new songs, any musician (no matter how great) is bound to get burnt out at one time or another. When those hard times hit and your musical dreams seem more out of reach...

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  • Beat The Winter Blues With the Power of Music

    Posted November 1st, 2019

    During these chilly winter months, it’s not uncommon to feel a little down in the dumps. Without the normal sunshine that’s characteristic of Phoenix and Scottsdale during the majority of the year, the time between December through February can seem extra long and gloomy. But fear not—there’s a cure f...

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  • The Best Vocal Cool Down Exercises For Singers

    Posted October 21st, 2019

    Chances are you’ve heard that vocal warmups are key to keeping a singer’s voice in tip-top shape. But, did you also know that cooling down after a performance is just as important? Any vocal lessons instructor will tell you that cooling down after prolonged singing should be a routine habit for all vocali...

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  • How To Prepare For Your Kid’s First Music Lesson

    Posted October 7th, 2019

    As a parent, you want to do everything you can to support your kids and help them reach their goals. When it comes to learning music, that means enrolling your child in music lessons and finding them the best music teacher Scottsdale and Phoenix has to offer! To ensure your child gets the most out of his or h...

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  • An Intro Into Guitar Wood Types

    Posted September 30th, 2019

    When you think of acoustic guitars, wood probably doesn’t spring to mind but it should. Wood is one of the main materials used in the construction of guitars. Not only that, but the type of wood used can have a profound impact on a guitar’s overall sound. Interested in learning more? Read on to discove...

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  • Make The School Year Better With Music Lessons

    Posted September 18th, 2019

    Are you suffering from the back-to-school blues? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! While all the early mornings, homework, and constant routine can be a drag, it doesn’t mean you can’t have fun along the way. In fact, one of the best and easiest ways to spice up the school year is by learning a new instr...

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  • How to Choose The Right Music Teacher

    Posted July 16th, 2019

    While there are many paths to music stardom, most involve some combo of practice, music lessons, and a supportive and caring music teacher to guide your learning. In fact, a good music teacher is absolutely critical and can make all the difference! But, just like no two instruments are alike, neither are ...

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