Get Started Now. Daniel Coyle has spent time in the world’s most talented places. A Moscow tennis club which had, over three years, produced more top 20 women players than the entire united states, a ski academy in Vermont which had produced over 50 olympic skiers in the past 40 years, a Dallas vocal studio which has produced millions of dollars in pop-music talent. What do these places have
Get Started Now. You may have seen the 2009 Axis of Awesome video demonstrating that thousands of songs use the same chord progression. This particular progression, the most popular of them all, is called the I – V – vi – IV (one, five, six, four). In the key of G that’s G, D, Em and C. So without further ado, here are 39 songs in chronological order from 1969 – 2013,
On June 21st Guitar World’s Acoustic Nation and NYC Guitar School will host this free, live, EPIC ensemble of guitarists open to players of all ages, styles, and skill-levels at Union Square. Festivities kick off at 4:00pm with practice sessions, and booths by Mass Appeal Guitar sponsors including Guitar World’s Acoustic Nation?and special sponsor Martin Guitar. Enter the drawing at th
Get Started Now. What do most of our most successful students have in common? They perform at our open mics and showcases! Midtown, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan East all have regular performance opportunities–so that means that YOU have a performance opportunity coming up soon near you. Why perform? The majority of our students are learning to play guitar because it’s fun and not bec
Get Started Now. How about a nice simple chord of the week? Am7 is a two finger chord that can be played in place of a regular Am anytime you feel like adding a little James Taylor style flavor to your chord progression (see Fire and Rain). You can also use this one to start off Rocky Racoon by the Beatles. Have fun!
Get Started Now. If you can play guitar at any level you are overqualified to play the ukulele! Even a song with a complex chord structure like What a Wonderful World first recorded by Louis Armstrong! Don’t believe me? Grab a uke and try it out! (We’ve simplified it ever so slightly for beginners) Watch this video tutorial. …and here’s the original.