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Twenty-one music tutorials based on playing the guitar! Many people love music but only few became a musician. But if you really love music that badly, you might want to learn how to play guitar. The good thing is that, playing the guitar is really simple as long as you have the well to learn. Inside this ebook, you will learn...
Twenty-one music tutorials based on playing the guitar! Many people love music but only few became a musician. But if you really love music that badly, you might want to learn how to play guitar. The good thing is that, playing the guitar is really simple as long as you have the well to learn. Inside this ebook, you will learn various guitar keys and understand the uses of each keys.
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Strumming Technique

What is strumming technique? The hand that’s not on the fretboard is responsible for the guitar’s rhythm. Whether or not you use your fingers or a pick. This hand has the task of constructing your guitar groove and move in time.

Start Out with Your Thumb

Since you’re still getting accustomed forming chords, you wish to start out with the most basic strumming hand technique. Here we tend to use the pad of your thumb to strum chords. Then we tend to move on to using picks and fingerpicking. Continue reading

Guitar power chords

Guitar power chords are very similar to barre chords. As you learned by now. Barre chords (and other chord formations) are comprised of R-3-5. Power chords are simply R-5. Power chords are not recognize as true chords, like other chords. Because they don’t have the 3rd tone and they are call dyads. It makes sense, dy meaning 2. Continue reading

Minor 7th open chords

A minor 7th open chords are just like the major 7th only with the minor chord formation formula. Let’s take a look at what this looks like. A C minor scale is C D Eb F G Ab Bb C, Root = C, 3rd = Eb, 5th = G, and 7th = Bb. The formula for this chord construct is R-3b-5-7. Just like the major 7th chord. Standard triad consist out of the R-3b-5 and the 7th tone is added in.
Find here some of the common ways how these chords and notes are going to be referred to. Cm7, Dm7, Em7, Fm7, Gm7, Am7, Bm7, Cmin7, Dmin7, Emin7, Fmin7, Gmin7, Amin7, Bmin7.

minor 7th open chords

MINOR OPEN CHORDS

minor open chords for guitar

With minor open chords everything is like with the major chords, Solid dots represent finger positions. Diamonds represent played notes. X es represent a string or note not played (muted).
Each of the minor chords consists of a triad in notation. The formula for a minor triad is as follows: R- (flatted) 3- 5. This means if your C minor scale is: C D Eb F G Ab Bb C, Root = C, 3rd = Eb, 5th = G. Notice that it is exactly the same as a minor triad except for the flatted (b) 3rd. Also, the only notes played will be the R-3-5.
Here are some of the common ways that these chords and notes will be referred to. Cm, Dm, Em, Fm, Gm, Am, Bm, Cmin, Dmin, Emin, Fmin, Gmin, Amin, Bmin.

Posture for playing guitar

Correct posture for playing guitar is important because as a guitar player, you want to eliminate any excess tension or straining on your body. You need to sit up straight and make sure you have a flat back. Do not lean over the front of your guitar to see what you’re doing with your fingerings. Instead of looking over your guitar, use your fret dots to know where your fingers are. Ultimately you will play without looking at your instrument and fingers.

posture for playing guitar
A lot of novice guitar players will sit anywhere; place the guitar on their right thigh and play. Why this is a problem? When your posture for playing guitar is completely Continue reading

Play guitar hand and fingers

Lets see for a moment how does it looks like with play guitar hand and fingers basics for playing guitar.
First you will have one fretting hand, which is responsible for creating chords or single notes. And one picking or strumming hand. Both hands are very important, with fretting hand you are creating chords and with picking hand you are making rhythm and melody, there starts the magic.

 

play guitar hand and fingers

Here is a picture of your fretting hand and how to refer to your fingers. This will be a great visual aid for correct chord placement. It will be tempting Continue reading