Mammoth reviews for guitarists by guitarists
How loud is a guitar, you ask? A guitar’s volume is anything from 50 dB (an un-amplified electric guitar) to 135 dB (an electric guitar though a stage amplifier) depending on the type of guitar and its amplification.
If you’re looking for the best Drop D songs of all time, you’re in the right place.
Why play the guitar if you’re going to sound like everyone else? The guitar is about expressing yourself and finding your own unique guitar tone. And weird guitar pedals are a great way for guitar players to do just that.
The short answer is six months. The article could end here. But there’s so much more to dive into and things you can do to speed up your progress. So let’s answer the question, how long does it take to learn guitar?
We’ve compiled the greatest 71 Drop C songs ever recorded so you don’t have to. So drop them strings and let’s get HEAVY.
While the guitar is 100% likely to make you cooler, there is no end of other fascinating guitar statistics to dive into. So grab your spectacles and let’s get nerdy with the stats behind guitars.
Explore the best 45 songs in open D of all time (according to us dorks).
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Guitar Mammoth was founded by Drew Haselhurst, a gear-obsessed guitarist and ukulele player with over 25 years of experience.
Our mission is to help musicians find the equipment and information that need to play better, more often, and have more fun.
We’re committed to providing the best gear reviews and learning guides on the web.