5 Must-Visit Music Websites

There are tons of guitar and music websites out there, perhaps too many. It can be hard to separate the good from the bad. The following is a list of sites I find useful, interesting, and/or informative. If I missed any of your favorites feel free comment below. .

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1. Songsterr.com – Now I’m no fan of tabs, so why is this at the top of the list? Because this is what tabs could be like. First of all they actually include the rhythms. Secondly, they are accurate and legible. What’s amazing about Songsterr.com is that you can hear all the tabs and play along with them. It also has great tools for learning the song (e.g. half-speed playback and looping). I’ve been using it with my own student lately and they love it. .

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2. BlankSheetMusic.net – I can never seem to find blank music paper so I visit this site often. It’s fairly simple, but saves you from spending an hour trying to make blank manuscript paper on PhotoShop.

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3. NYPhilKids.org – This a beautiful site with tons of neat stuff to explore. Not just for kids, the composer gallery is a great way to expand your knowledge of classical composers.

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4. JazzBooks.com – If you like Jazz or Blues, you need to get to know Jamey Aebersold and his collection of play-alongs. Many years ago I participated in one of his Jazz camps and learned a ton.

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5. Pandora.com- Listening to great music is an important part of learning an instrument. Tune into Pandora’s free radio and get your fill. Might I suggest my own station, look for “William Wilson”(Shamless Self-promotion!) .

One Response to “5 Must-Visit Music Websites”

  1. JimmyBoy says:

    Cool man… thanks so much!

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