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CHAPTER-9.2: PERPETUAL MOTION ON PENTATONIC

Perpetual means Continuing without interruption, completing it without any break. This Chapter will lead you to create severe consistency on playing and accurancy build up. Be sure you have learn The Major and Minor Pentatonic scales from different keys/home Refer to Chapter-9.1 first. Part A Task: Play the following exercise which is based on A minor pentatonic. You have to …

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CHAPTER-9.1: PENTATONIC SCALES

Pentatonic Scales are directly derived from natural Major and Minor scales. Penta is 5, tonic is Tones-our sounds-A scale with 5 tones or notes. Pentatonic scales are very common and are found all over the world. Major Pentatonic: Dismiss 4th and 7th notes from Natural Major scale, from any root. Example Tab of A Major Pentatonic  1st octave(A,B,C#,E,F#,A): Task :Play …

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Chapter-8 :Circle of 5ths and chord relations

Read it on our Android app What is Circle of 5ths? The circle of fifths is a diagram used in music theory that helps students memorize and understand the 24 major and minor keys used in music, key relationships, and many chord relationships.Logically, this diagram is pretty fascinating. It ties together many common relationships found in music. The circle of …

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CHAPTER-6: INTRODUCTION TO ARPEGGIOS(Triplet and Shuffle)

What is an Arpeggio? The word comes from the Italian word “arpeggiare”- which means “to play on a harp.” An alternate translation of this term is “broken chord.”In easy words, The notes those simply make the chords are called the Arpeggio of that chord.For example if we have C major chord, it has 3 notes in common those are C E G …

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CHAPTER-3.2: BARRE CHORDS AND RHYTHMS

At this stage I presume you have already learnt all the basic major and minor chords.Things to consider learning barre chords are: Barre chords are strong, so your hand might have some pain. You must not skip any forms,go serially and make sure you do the following tasks. Barre chords are harder,you will find 5 strings sound round,1 does not.You …

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CHAPTER-3.1: BASIC CHORDS & RHYTHMS

Beginners find it very difficult to hold chords,learn and change them.This chapter demonstrates the easy way out of the frustrations,and right way to practice. Chord Diagram Reading Hints: 1-The Top to bottom(Vertical) lines are you Guitar strings, Just the way you see a guitar from top to bottom.From left is 6th=E, 5th=A, 4th=D,3rd = G, 2nd = B and 1st …

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Chapter-2:BASIC FINGERING

 Why basic Fingering? Reason is very simple, you have to make your hands and fingers ready for guitar, remember the first time you tried to hold a pencil or pen? well this is it,the holding pencil part for guitar for the first time.This chapter is your gateway to the future of your guitar playing hobby or carrier or anything you …

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