The Guitar Corner

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  1. Hootenanny/Jam Corner:  Over two hundred songs and others resources for friends and colleagues that meet periodically to make music, eat and be merry! 

  2. Sing those Songs:  A songbook containing chords & lyrics to over 300 great songs. These are Microsoft Word documents

    (i.) Table of Contents; (ii.) Songs A to F; (iii.) Songs G to O; Songs P to Z (iv.) Cover of Book


  3. Guitar Tablature, Instruction and other resources



  4. Jamming   Links to articles that discuss some of the mechanics of getting people together to make music and have fun.


  5. Puget Sound Guitar Workshop  (The Ultimate Summer Guitar/Music Camp!)

    Even after nearly 30 years there is still no better place to learn music than at the Puget Sound Guitar Workshop's summer guitar camp. Each summer since 1974 PSGW has taken place at a camp/retreat hidden away in the tall pines of Washington State's Olympic Peninsula. "Guitar camp" offers classes in the morning and early afternoon, workshops in the late afternoon, and special events in the evening. In addition to the scheduled events, every day has opportunities for jamming, swimming, or just playing hooky and sleeping so as to save energy for late night jam sessions that run well into the morning hours. The food is great as are the people at camp. Check it out---You'll be glad you did!! 


    Here's a review of PSGW's "Guitar Camp:"

    View information from this year's brochure (2010).  I'm attending Session 2 this year: Saturday August 7 - Friday August 7, 2010.  It would be great to see you at this summer's guitar camp! Click here for this summer's classes.4-14-2010


  6. Sites with free and legal downloadable MP3 recordings of Grateful Dead live performances

  7. Voice and Ear Training

    1. Voice Training Website    An excellent resource with many lessons, vocal exercises, tutorials, tips, links to free downloadable ear training software and mucho more.  

    2. Functional Ear Trainer an easy to use freeware ear training program for Microsoft Windows operating systems. Try it, you'll like it.

    3. Play Guitar by Ear  A useful article with links to assist with ear training with the intent of learning to improve one's ear for both playing the guitar and singing.


  8. Guitar Jokes from Some examples...

    Q: What did the deadhead say when he ran out of pot?    A: "God Almighty, this music sucks!!!"

    Q: What do you call a deadhead that just broke up with his girlfriend?  A: Homeless

    Q: What's the difference between a musician and a pizza?  A: A pizza can feed a family of four.

    Q: How do you get an musician off your front step?  A: Pay for the pizza.

    Q: How do you get an electric guitarist to stop playing so loud? A: Put a piece of sheet music in front of him.

    Q: What's the difference between a guitar player and a certificate of deposit?  A: The CD will eventually mature and make money.

    Q: What's the difference between a lawnmower and an Electric Guitar? A: You can tune a lawnmower.

    Q: How many Electric Guitar players does it take to change a light bulb? A: Five. One to change it and four to discuss how Eric Clapton would have done it.

    Q: What is a gentleman? A: Someone who knows how to play Heavy Metal Music but doesn't.

    Q: What does a Heavy Metal Musician use for birth control?  A: His personality and looks.

    Q: What's the difference between an Electric Guitar player and a dog? A: The dog knows when to stop Howling.


  9. Midi Sites

  1. Beatles Jukebox

  2. Midi Database--A great searchable database of midis classified my genre:

  3. Great site with loads of 60's and 70's tunes alphabetized by title:

  4. Lot 's of classical rock alphabetized by performer, with a very large Beatles collection:

  5. Wide variety of midis categorized by style: folk, rock, classical, religious, bluegrass, jazz, big band, broadway musicals, love songs, funky songs, marches, blues. You name it, the style of music is there:

  6. Christmas music:

  7. Extensive list of midi sites:

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