- My favourite clip-on tuner.
- Online Tuner.
- Free Tuner App from the Google Store.
- Free Tuner App from the Apple Store.
- Online Metronome.
- Free Metronome App from the Google Store.
- Free Metronome App from the Apple Store.
- The first metronome I ever used.
- Colapsable stand with carry case (cheapest, but a bit flimsy)
- Sturdy, solid back stand (the one I’ve seen around the most, but not very compact)
- Sturdy, solid back, easy to use high quality stand (therefore more expensive)
Here are some strings I recommend and feel free to buy a multi-pack as you will need them and that way it works out cheaper.
- Great Nylon Strings, “Normal” Tension should work for everyone, including 3/4 sized guitars.
- These are the Nylon Guitar Strings I prefer using – just for the tension and the colour (feel free to judge )
- Steel Acoustic Guitar Strings – this brand lasts for longer, so you would need to change them less regularly.
- Steel Acoustic Guitar Strings – these are cheaper.
For electric guitar, it depends highly on the scale length you’re using, but here is a link to ones that will work fine on any guitar, but are perfect for longer scale lengths.
- Electric Guitar Strings – this brand is long lasting and the one I use.
- Electric Guitar Strings – cheaper ones that work fine, but will wear out times faster.
- Foot stool (but you can also use a pile of books to support your foot)
- Music Theory Book
- Peg Winder – cruicial for changing strings
You can find a lot of good guitar backing tracks if you CLICK HERE. Another good place for finding them is on YouTube. Just type your song name +backing track. YouTube is also the best place to find backing tracks to practice your improvisation. If you want to practice your C scale and your improvising over it, just type “backing track in c” and you’ll find tracks of all genres to experiment with. You can also get some on Amazon if you wish.
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