Your complete guide to playing the C major scale for guitar. On this page you’ll find C major guitar TAB, notation, and scale patterns / fretboard diagrams for electric, acoustic and classical guitar.
On this page you’ll find a complete guide to playing the major scale on guitar.
TAB and notation has been provided along with movable scale patterns, allowing you to play all major scales – wherever you are on the fretboard.
On this page you’ll find blues scale guitar TAB, patterns and notation that will allow you to play blues scales all over the guitar neck. Read on for a complete blues scale guitar lesson…
On this page you’ll find a complete guide to learning and using pentatonic scales on guitar. From the basic pentatonic scale guitar fretboard pattern to improvising using minor pentatonic scales all over the guitar neck; once you’ve been through this guide you’ll be a pentatonic scale expert!
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Learn how to play chords on guitar with this complete guide for beginners.
In this lesson you’ll learn how to strum guitar chords. Audio examples have been provided so that you can hear how the chords sound when being strummed.
- Learn how to play every major, minor, seventh and minor seventh chord here: All Guitar Chords
- If you come across any terms that you don’t know, check out this article: Guitar Basics
- You can download a printable guitar chords book here: Guitar Chords Book
- Learn how to strum chords here: Guitar Strumming Patterns
Christmas Guitar TABs, notation, chords and lyrics – all in one book! Give your own recital or use the arrangements to accompany a singer or choir. Play sample pieces below.
• Christmas guitar TABS
• Printable sheet music download
• Fingerstyle arrangements for beginner and intermediate players.
• Notation, Chords & Lyrics are all included.
• 14 famous Christmas songs.
The electric guitar is a very versatile instrument; by using the guitar’s own controls, the controls on the amplifier and separate electronic effects, the player can create a large variety of sounds. [ad name=”Google Adsense Lge Rec”] Electric Guitar Sound Electric guitars, when plugged straight into an amplifier without any effects, produce a sound that …
Part 4 of our Beginning Guitar series looks at guitar notation and the differences between the different systems. Guitar Music Notation Many great guitarists do not read music of any type, relying on their ears and improvisation skills to produce their music. However, it’s a very useful ability to have, and most guitarists can follow …
Guitar Playing Techniques – Using A Plectrum Vs Fingerstyle Playing With A Plectrum Plectrums are used for strumming chords, and for playing single-note (when only one note is sounded at a time) riffs and solos. Players such as Steve Vai and Joe Satriani use plectrums, using various picking techniques to play very fast passages. Using …
Beginning Guitar – Guitar Strings Acoustic Guitar Strings Acoustic guitars are strung with steel strings (often simply called ‘acoustic’ strings on the packet). It’s best to stick with medium or light gauge strings to start with. Very light gauge (the lighter the gauge, the thinner the strings) strings can be easier to play, but can …