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A Guide to Playing an Electric Guitar If you have experience playing the guitar, you may want to consider learning how to play an electric guitar. This is a bit different than the acoustic guitar, but it is a lot of fun learning how to play. It is also a great way to improve your guitar playing skills. You will find that there are many similarities with the acoustic and electric guitars,... Continue Reading

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