“A metronome is any device that produces regular, metrical ticks (beats, clicks) — settable in beats per minute. These ticks represent a fixed, regular aural pulse; some metronomes also include synchronized visual motion (e.g. pendulum-swing).” Source: Wikipedia

I find a metronome useful when practicing rhythm exercises. I also find it’s a good tool to help you learn to play with other people. Although people don’t play at a perfect steady tempo, using a metronome will help you to develop a sense of rhythm and how to keep up with a beat. I’ll explain during lessons!

I found this metronome at It is the “SIMPLE” model. You can download it onto your computer or use it right now from my website.

It’s very easy to use. Here’s a 34-second video with instructions.

Don’t forget to tap your foot!

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“In music, an electronic tuner is a device used by musicians to detect and display the pitch of notes played on musical instruments.” Source: Wikipedia

This tuner is for standard tuning: E-A-D-G-B-E

This Guitar Tuner courtesy of the folks at Wimpy Player

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