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GuitarBob - Les leçons de gratte du Bob

GuitarBob - Les leçons de gratte du Bob
Salut tout le monde ! Allez, il n'est pas trop tard pour (re)souhaiter la bonne année à tous les membres de Guitarbob ainsi qu'aux nouveaux venus. Que cette année soit guitaristiquement prolifique ! :) Toujours surchargé de taf, la suite des leçons s'est bien ralentie ces derniers mois. Cependant, c'était sans compter le courage et la détermination de quelques gratteux généreux. Parmi eux, Yann, à qui je lève mon chapeau, nous a pondu un bien joli tuto : Retour sur le tapping.

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Cool Jazz Chord Progressions for Guitar Are you looking for some cool jazz chord progressions for the guitar? Sometimes guitar players who are coming from a blues, folk or rock background think that jazz music is a cacophonous assortment of random notes. While such an argument could be made about some forms of free jazz, many jazz songs are based around standard progressions that aren't much different than the progressions found in other forms of music. Read on to learn more about some really cool jazz chord progressions for guitar. Get a Chord Chart Before you read on, you need to take a quick detour and download LoveToKnow's free chord chart if you haven't already.

Guitar/Guitar Chords Song Library The following is a list of notable easy to learn guitar songs from the 1950s to the present. It also contains links to external websites containing different informal chords to songs which represent many different authors' own interpretations of the original songs. Most of the chords on the list are relatively easy to learn, and would be a great start for novice guitar players who are interested in improving their playing abilities. The technical difficulty and skill level required to play each of the songs is defined with a star rating system: - Easy Song - Intermediate Song - Difficult Song Basic Guitar Chord Patterns

Speed exercises for guitar - StumbleUpon I've used these myself, and have found them to be quite amazing, both in strengthening your fingers and in training your mind. If you look at the patterns, they represent the three patterns that most scales are composed of: Half step -whole step, whole step - half step, whole step - whole step. If you get fast enough at playing it, people will worship you.

210 Awesome Open Guitar Chords and How to Use Them - A Kings Mercury Are you bored of the sound of standard chords? Then, using open guitar chords is a way to pimp up your playing and boring chord progressions. There are thousands of open guitar chords and millions of ways to use them creatively. Cutting a Fanned-Fret Fretboard Here's a simple method for accurately slotting a Fanned-Fret fretboard using standard fretting templates. I made two saw guides out of 1/2" aluminum angle stock, slotting one edge of each on my table saw to the two different scales, using my usual Stew-Mac blade and templates. Then I double-stick taped them to the fretboard and sawed the slots with a backsaw, using the slots in the aluminum to guide the saw.

Guitars Lefty Gibson ES-345 Gibson's ES-345 appeared in 1959, following closely on the heels of Gibson's original semi-hollowbody model, the ES-335, and the fancier ES-355. The 345's double-parallelogram fingerboard inlaytook the middle position in ornamentation between the 335's dots and the 355's pearl blocks. Like the ES-355 of 1959, the 345 was outfitted with stereo electronics and a Varitone tone selector. Gibson's hollowbody trio sold in reverse proportion to price, so the ES-345's are not as plentiful as 335s.

Calculating Fret Positions Woodworkers' Popup Units Conversion Tool Converts to/from decimal inches, fractional inches, millimeters. Popups must be enabled for this site. Modes Modes are basically scales that are derived from the major scale. The only difference is that they have some flatted or sharped notes. For example: the interval pattern for the major scale was R (root)-2-3-4-5-6-7-O (octave) and the steps went W-W-H-W-W-W-H... The Dorian Mode has an interval pattern of R-2-♭3 (♭=flat) -4-5-6-♭7-O so its steps went W-H-W-W-W-H-W... So guess what... Knock'in on heaven's door - Bob Dylan Soutien Rythmique et Théorique en Vidéo sur la version adhérente. Sol Ré Lam(2) Mama, take this badge off me Sol Ré Do(2) I can't use it any more Sol Ré Lam(2) it's getting dark, too dark to see Sol Ré Do(2) I fell like i'm knockin'on heaven's door Sol Ré Lam(2) knock, knock knockin'on heaven's door Sol Ré Do(2) knock, knock knockin'on heaven's door Sol Ré Lam(2) knock, knock knockin'on heaven's door Sol Ré Do(2) knock, knock knockin'on heaven's door

Blues Guitar Riffs, BB King - Free Blues Guitar Riffs & Blues Guitar Lessons! <A HREF=" Widgets</A> This free Blues Guitar Riff is "The Thrill Is Gone" by BB King. Here is the intro to the song and is one of the most famous Blues Guitar Riffs out there. This Blues Guitar Riff uses the B Minor Pentatonic Scale. Make sure to use the backing tracks and learn to play blues guitar like BB King.

Basic building blocks of melody and harmony Chapter 4 of the Outline of basic music theory – by Oscar van Dillen ©2011-2014 The beginner’s learning book can be found at Basic elements of music theory. Overview of chapters: Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Sound and hearing Chapter 3: Musical notation Chapter 4: Basic building blocks of melody and harmony Chapter 5: Consonance and dissonance Chapter 6: Circle of fifths and transposition Chapter 7: Concerning rhythm, melody, harmony and form Chapter 8: Further study Scales Definition of scale

C chords – Guitar Chords World Guitar Chords World guitar chords and more… C chords Blues Guitar Riffs, Eric Clapton - Free Blues Guitar Riffs & Blues Guitar Lessons! <A HREF=" Widgets</A> This free Blues Guitar Riff is "Crossroads" by Eric Clapton. Here is the intro to the song and is one of the most famous Blues Guitar Riffs out there. This Blues Guitar Riff uses the A Minor Pentatonic Scale. Also don't forget to check out the free Blues Guitar Lessons! Here's another Blues Guitar Riff from "Crossroads" by Eric Clapton. How to read and write Tab back to classical guitar tablature page The Guide To Tab Notation below, written in 1995 by Howard Wright, has been slightly amended for this html version. A more recent version may be available on the newsgroup rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature

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