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Want to be a great guitar player? Master the Basics!
Learn how to play...
Free guitar lessons and daily routines.
To learn how to play guitar, a student has to make a commitment to take
lessons, study every
day and be disciplined to do this over and again, for years to come.
It could and often does take thousands of hours of practice without producing any real
short term satisfying results.
This is mostly due to the inability to know
what to study and in which order. With over 10,000
chords, thousands of
arpeggios and a whole plethora of
scales, figuring out how it all relates
and fits together, usually takes years to grasp song writing and what make
music sound good.
In the pages to come, the are two major guitar lessons: a
Crash Course to minimalize the amount of time it takes to have some basic
understandings, and Daily Lessons to put it all together in logical set of
simple patterns and exercises to dramatically reduce the amount of memorization and
repetition needed to play. These learning systems
focus on the three fundamentals of all music theory: Scales, Chords and
Arpeggios.
Master the basics of how all these elements relate and work together
and you can write songs, improvise, play in a band or apply what you have
learned, to virtually any instrument...
Before starting with the daily lessons, take...
A Crash Course in
Guitar Theory
based on the book by Kirk Malay
Chapter 1 - The Basics Lessons 1 - String Names
Looking at the fretboard diagram, it may seem upside down or backwards, but this
is what it looks like when you're holding the guitar, from your point of
view.
There are 6
stings on the average fretboard. The first. and biggest string is known
as the
Low (big) E STRING. The second largest string is the A STRING.
The third biggest string is called the D STRING. The fourth string is
just a bit smaller is a G STRING. The fifth string is a
tiny bit smaller and is called the B STRING. The sixth is the
smallest and is known as the HIGH (small) E STRING.
To remember the
string names, use the following acronym...
Enjoy All
Daily GuitarBasics.com
Exercises
Continue on with
Chapter 1 - Lesson 2...
Getting started with...
The Daily Guitar Lessons
A day-to-day exercise routine, for basic theory mastery.
These
Daily Lesson System
exercises, are for the dedicated students to practice every day. Each
day of the week and each month of the year, the lessons are different and
organized into a systematic, well thought out pattern, for the entire year.
By learning guitar in this format, a student will be familiar
with all the common; modes scales, chords and arpeggios, in every key, over
the entire fret board, within one year. An actively aware
and participating student, should be able to demonstrate how these
basic elements all relate and fit
together in songwriting.
If a student misses a day or starts in the
middle of the week or year, the guitar lessons are cleverly designed so that
it does not matter. Each week there are 10 guitar exercises for each
day of that week. At the end of the ten daily routines, the student
can either go back and practice them again or wait until the next day for
another set of lessons. At the end of the week, another set of
exercises (chapters) are added. The student may repeat the chapter for
up to 4 weeks (great for muscle memorization and mental understanding) or
move on to the next chapter. In all the routines, the lessons shift to
another position each month. This make it so that the entire fret
board gets utilized and understood.
Before becoming an official student, beginners
should start by following the free basic daily lessons (11 for each day of the
week) until they feel comfortable with the format. Once a beginner is
serious about practicing every day and has a strong desire to "master the basics"
of guitar theory, they should then become a
Registered Student and complete the full 12 month lesson plan course.
Start the
daily exercises...
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Major scales are constructed
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What guitar scales should I learn?
Major Scale
Minor Scale
Church Modes
Pentatonic
Harmonic
Melodic
Chromatic
Blues
What are the basic arpeggios?
Major triad arpeggios
Minor triad arpeggios
Diminished triad arpeggios
Major 7 arpeggios
Minor 7 arpeggios
Dominant 7 arpeggios
Minor 7 flat 5 arpeggios
What are the basic chords?
Major triad chords
Minor triad chords
Diminished triad chords
Major 7th. chords
Minor 7th. chords
Dominant 7 chords
Minor 7 flat 5 chords
How to play
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Low E string
A string
D string
G string
B string
High E string
Song structure elements...
12 bar progression
Riff approaches
How to understand tablature...
Tab (short for "Tablature") shows where to place
the fingers on the fretboard. The numbers represent the fret number to place
your fingers. The number 8 is the 8th. fret, 10 is the...
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Beginners should get a starter pack...
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Typical types of guitars for sale...
Electric
guitars are mostly Available in solid,
hollow and simi-hollow body. Being electric, they are meant to be
plugged into an amps so that the volume can be controlled. Some of the most popular brands are:
Gibson, the first electric guitar invented by Les Paul.
Fender, perhaps the most popular of all.
Jackson, a favorite of rock and roll players.
Ibanez,
a great for the price, good for beginners.
PRS,
otherwise know as Paul Reed Smith.
Acoustic
guitars usually have thick empty hollow
bodies and are good for playing anywhere with or without an amp. Some brand
names are:
Martin, has made
instruments since 1883.
Epiphone acoustics have a great sound for the price.
Ovation, innovative use of composite synthetic material.
Takamine,
was one of the first acoustics with
electronics on board.
Classical
guitars: have nylon string instead of steel strings. Some brand names
are:
Jose Ramirez, student of luthier Francisco Gonzalez of
Spain.
Manuel Rodriguez, started working in Jose Ramirez shop in 1914.
Yamaha, started making pianos in 1897.
Cordoba traditional craftsmanship meets
a more modern development.
View all guitar brands...
Once you have a guitar...
Some accessories you should have.
Make sure you also have plenty of
picks and
strings! Also consider buying a
tuner, a
strap, a
stand
and perhaps some
headphones
and the great learning game
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