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A Handy List of Helpful Guitar Tips, Hacks and Tricks

The amazing Steve Onotera aka SamuraiGuitarist offered up some helpful guitar tips. Included in this list are such subjects as flying with a guitar, properly wrapping a guitar cord, slowing down a song to learn it, creating an ad-hoc capo with a chopstick and putting a clock on a pedal board. Keep a clock on...
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