HomeLearning to play by ear was the answer when flaming fingers left me cold

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Continuing our playing-by-ear series, we’re very pleased to welcome the first of our “home team”, Easy Ear Training author Nick Long, to share his experiences learning to play by ear. I decided I wanted an electric guitar aged 14 after … href="http://www.EasyEarTraining.com/2012/10/03/learning-to-play-by-ear-was-the-answer-when-flaming-fingers-left-me-cold/">Continue reading class="meta-nav">→ style="clear:both;">Related posts:

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