Painful Picking: How Beginning Guitar Players Can Reduce The Risk Of Developing Repetitive Stress Injuries
If you are a beginning guitarist, you're probably excited about learning all of the right chords and strumming techniques. You may also be looking forward to playing your first live show or recording your own music in the future. But you may not be thinking about repetitive stress injuries as you begin your guitar playing journey. However, repetitive stress injuries are something every new guitarist should be aware of. Learning ways to help prevent them can save you a lot of pain.
When you begin to show interest in playing the guitar, you might end up with a hand-me-down model from a parent or other family member. Once you've played a bit on this old instrument and know that you want to pursue this hobby, it's time to save up some money and buy your first guitar. The route you take to buy your first guitar can vary greatly depending on what genre of music you enjoy playing.
If you are purchasing your first violin to learn on, you may be overwhelmed by the number of choices and the wide variety in price currently available. Generally, a student violin is less expensive than a professional violin. However, it is still important that it produces a quality sound in order to learn on it and to keep your motivation to continue playing. You may be surprised by how inexpensive a decent student violin can be.
With easy access to information online through video examples, blog posts and "how to" websites, anyone can try their hand at DIY projects to complete at-home car care maintenance. While something simple like changing your oil may be easy enough to execute on your own, other projects should be left to the professionals. Whether it is due to a lack of knowledge or the fact that the average car owner doesn't have the right tools to get the job done, there are some DIY tutorials that you should avoid when caring for your vehicle.
The next time you have an Irish wedding, or celebrate St. Patrick's Day, be sure you go all in, or you may be accused of "not doing this right." That includes Irish food, Irish ale, and of course, famous Irish folk songs with Irish folk dancing. Here are five celebrated Irish folk songs you cannot do without and why. 1. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Perhaps the one song most synonymous with being Irish, this one is especially nice to sing along to at an Irish wedding because it reminds guests that the Irish bride and/or Irish groom are so happy that their "