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  1. Express Yourself as a Musician

    Expression is considered to be at the pinnacle of qualities for any artist let alone a musician. Regardless of the genre, instrument or language, every musician tries to express a certain story, concept or thought process in the music he/she creates. For a guitarist, to be able to carve the right chord backing or improvise a solo befitting a song is very very important. Regardless of how many scales you know or how advanced of a guitar player you are, to be expressive is its own cup of tea. This article gives you insight as to how you can become a more expressive guitar player, though the idea applies to any instrument. http://www.songstuff.com/guitar/article/express_yourself/ Be sure to share and like the article if you find it useful. If you have any questions, feel free to discuss it on the Songstuff Community Forums.
  2. Hello everybody, my name is Theodore, I'm 18, and currently writing and performing my own songs and compositions on the guitar, cello and in electronic music. I also produce short films professionally. There are a hell of a lot of things I want to communicate, and I know my imagination is limitless with the right attitude, but I don't know quite where to begin. So, I hope to learn a lot from participating in this forum and perhaps I can help others too! All the best to you, wherever you are! Theodore Kitching
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