Finally got my new Mac updated with old Mac stuff, took advantage of Native Instruments' 4th of July sale (when am I going to have time to learn all these plug-ins???), now I'm back to work on tunes! Got a sample of one below, actually a tune from the distant past that's being updated. You ever create something and think, "Yeah, that's cool." then hide it away never to be seen … [Read more...] about New Song Update & Playing in Santa Monica/Venice
Sitting on my bed with the Taylor, retuned to DAGDAD and ran through a few riffs I picked up over the years. Then I wanted to play my favorite tune I picked up from a Celtic guitar book years back. Song took me forever to learn, and I continued reviewing it for years, but I hadn't played it in perhaps a couple years? I can't remember. I spend an hour trying to recall it, … [Read more...] about I forgot how to play a favorite tune until I remembered it?
Does this website need a companion Facebook page? Probably not...well, definitely not. But it's getting one anyway. Keith's Facebook page. Stop by and hit the like button on stuff to help boost my SEO. ;) The wiener dog image has nothing to do with this. But I think I'll be there. (And is it weird that the event is being sponsored by Wienerschnitzel, a franchise … [Read more...] about www.keith-moore.net Facebook Page
It's back! After "accidentally" destroying my website and moving to a new city I finally got some guitar chord posters back on my Etsy page. I designed this poster back in the days I was teaching full-time, 30-40 students a week. Students would pick up traditional major and minor chords, quickly moving on to "Now what?" Sure, a bunch of chord shapes were nice, but how do you … [Read more...] about The Guitar Chord Poster is back!
(A blog from my teaching days...) I get this question from my students occasionally, the motivated ones who want to maximize their improvement without wasting any time. It’s a good question, though, what essentials should you tackle first. Of course, I am but one humble lifelong student of the guitar, so what do I know about the essentials? And then you have all the … [Read more...] about Six Important Things EVERY Guitarist Must Learn