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Learn Lead Guitar - I Really Like Guitars

Learn Lead Guitar

I am often baffled about the question if someone asks whether I play lead or rhythm guitar. I always wonder, how many piano players are being asked whether they play lead or rhythm piano? The great thing is that the same guitar can do both. Just in the same way as a piano can be used to accompany a song and to play solos too.

PRS SE Angelus Custom Review - I Really Like Guitars

PRS SE Angelus Custom Review

The PRS Angelus acoustic guitar has been very well received and luckily for us its Korean made little brother, the student edition PRS SE Angelus Custom has inherited some really nice features. The three things I like the best about the PRS SE Angelus are its looks, its playability and its sound. Let me tell you a bit more about each of those features.

PRS P22 Tremolo Review - I Really Like Guitars

PRS P22 Tremolo Review

Thank you for checking out my PRS P22 Tremolo review. This is obviously not the first review of the PRS P22 ever made. For this reason I will leave most of the ramblings about technical specifications to the other reviewers and get straight to the points points about what I really like about this guitar.

Body Side Truss Rod Adjustment - Gregg Bennett Truss Rod - I Really Like Guitars

Acoustic Guitar Body Side Truss Rod Adjustment Video

This is a quick video to explain how to adjust the truss rod on an acoustic guitar. Acoustic guitars often have the truss rod adjustment nut on the body side. Sometimes people get confused about what directions they should use to adjust the truss rod when working from the body side of the guitar and not from the headstock side.

Guitar String Bending - Correct - I Really Like Guitars

Five Guitar String Bending Tips That Made Me A Better Guitar Player

Bending the strings on a guitar, especially on an electric guitar, creates a unique sound that we all have learned to love, instantly recognize and associate with specific music styles. Just think about how many power ballad guitar solos start with that huge up-bend that normally goes on and on for several beats. Can you imagine the Blues without those singing guitar notes?