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Fretjam Guitar Lessons - Be Yourself On Guitar

Fretjam Guitar Lessons - Be Yourself On Guitar

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JGuitar JGuitar is a set of useful tools for players of stringed instruments. JGuitar's powerful chord and scale calculators replace traditional chord and scale dictionaries by providing dynamic calculation which works for any stringed instrument in any tuning. Users can alter the tunings of the instruments and even the instruments themselves. In fact, JGuitar was designed to work with any number of strings or frets. Our best of breed tools are gaining a reputation as the best on the web. Once you try JGuitar, you'll never look for another chord finder again. Ear Training Guide There are extensive written materials provided for every song we cover in a Communiy Guitar class, which has an upside and a downside. The upside is that you can use those written materials as a reference as you learn and later try to recall the songs in your Community Guitar repertoire. The downside, however, is that you can become overly dependent on written music. A jam just isn't a jam if everyone's noses are buried in sheet music. A lot of guitarists say they "play by ear", but I would most often call it playing, not by ear, but by feel. What's the difference?

Learn The Guitar Fingerboard Thoroughly in 16 Days Photo by John W. Tuggle If I have to name two things that took my guitar playing to the next level I would say music theory and memorizing the fingerboard. Proven Lead Guitar Speed Drills: Guitar Finger Exercises For Blazing Through Any Guitar Solo You Want! Home Shred Guitar Lessons Lead Guitar Speed Drills Here are the top lead guitar speed drills for becoming a faster, more impressive lead guitarist! These hand-picked guitar exercises will teach you to effortlessly blaze through any guitar solo you want, having the strength and speed to pull it off like the pros! Learning Lead Guitar Speed Drills makes your guitar playing faster , better , and cleaner!

» Guitar Jam Tracks - Have Fun Practicing With 100% Free Backing Tracks Playing with a metronome of some sort is vital to your progress as a guitarist, but we all know that can get very boring after a while. On this page you will find loads jam tracks that will make practicing fun and help you not only with your timing but you stylistic playing as well. The first section is just a collection of basic drum beats in 4/4 time that you can use for practicing instead of just using a simple metronome click. This can make things a bit more fun. Easy Guitar Songs, Video Lessons Welcome to our main guitar lesson list page, where you'll find all of our video guitar lessons. Check out our beginner guitar lessons and learn easy guitar songs by clicking the watch lesson buttons adjacent to the song of your choice. As you'll know, learning to play songs will really advance your guitar skills and allow you to practice in a fun way, so get your guitar and start practicing!

16 Legendary Fingerpicking Patterns For tabs see below. Fingerpicking style is a technique that is used in many famous and legendary songs over the years. The 16 examples in this post are a good source to learn the most common fingerpicking patterns you will ever come across. The fingerpicking patterns can be applied to almost every folk, pop, country or rock song. Try and figure out which pattern suits your favorite song. Maybe you’ll already recognize some of these patterns from songs you heard before.

All major scales on the piano and treble clef, in all 12 circle of 5ths keys and other theoretical keys This page shows piano and treble clef diagrams of all major scales, starting from note C. All keys are shown, including the commonly used 12 keys of the Circle of fifths diagram, and other theoretical (ie. not practically useable) keys. Theoretical keys are clearly marked (they would have double sharps or flats in the key signature), and alternative enharmonic keys that sound the same are suggested in each case. Tuck &Patti: Pick &Fingerstyle Techniques [Note to the reader: Eventually I hope to offer illustrations or video clips to exemplify the various technical details I describe here, but I don't have that ability yet. Meanwhile I have tried to be as clear as possible using words to describe hand positions.] 1.1 Pick technique: Ways to hold the pick 1.1.1 Standard Style1.1.2 Thumb pick1.1.3 Wes Montogomery technique1.1.4 Standard style, variation 11.1.5 Standard style, variation 21.1.6 Standard style, variation 31.1.7 Circle picking1.1.8 George Benson's picking style1.1.9 Notes about the Benson approach 1.2 Pick technique: Other picking issues

99 Ways To Play Better (And Sound Better) Right Now 99 Ways To Play Better (And Sound Better) Right Now - See more at: Here at GP , we figure that if you’re going to expand and maximize your talents, you may as well learn from the best. So we offer these 99 tips from cats who know their stuff—from rock royalty to jazz patriarchs to any-and-all, top-of-their-game bad asses. FretQuiz - Guitar Music Theory Quiz App Select your level. Level 1 is the basic knowledge that all beginner guitarists should have. It covers: note naming, note locations on the fretboard, intervals, major scales, chords and time signatures. Level 2 is more difficult and aimed at intermediate level guitarists. It covers: interval inversions, harmonic, melodic and natural minor scales plus major and minor pentatonic scales, chord inversions, chords of keys, rhythm and syncopation.