Showing posts with label Guitar Basic Lesson. Show all posts
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Thursday, June 7, 2018

How To Tune A Guitar Without Guitar Tuner | Easy Trick For Musician |

How To Tune A Guitar Without Guitar Tuner  | Easy Trick For Musician |

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Here I come with new Guitar Article in this  Post we learn How To Tune A Guitar Without Guitar Tuner 

Relative tuning is a process of tuning the guitar that is based on the pitch of the low E
string. All strings will be tuned according to the pitch of this string. If the low E string
is pretty close to being in tune, then this process will work fine. If it isn’t, then you will
be tuning the guitar too low or too high. You can obtain the correct pitch for this string
by using a piano or a pitch pipe.
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Relative-Tuning
Relative Tuning

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Once you have the pitch for the E string, you will then tune all the other strings by using the sound of another string.
Use these steps to tune the guitar by using relative tuning.
 1. To tune the A string put your finger on the 5th fret of the low E string. This will give you the sound for the A string.

 2. Now put your finger on the 5th fret of the A string. This will give you the sound for the next string down, the D string.

3. Again put your finger on the 5th fret of the D string. This will give you the sound for the next string down which is the G string.

4. Now when you get to the G string, put your finger on the 4th fret to give you the sound of the next string down which is the B string.

5. Finally put your finger on the 5th fret of the B string to get the sound for the next string down which is the high E string.

Tuning this way takes practice, which is why I recommend buying a tuner. You will be very glad you did.

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Monday, May 28, 2018

How To Read Guitar Sheet Symbols Guitar Basic Lesson

How To Read Guitar  Sheet Symbols Guitar Basic Lesson



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Here I come with new Guitar Article in this  Post we learn

How To Read Guitar  Sheet Symbols on Acoustic Guitar.

When we try do some things new lots of things are come in the mind. 
Same as when we try to learn  Playing Guitar then on thing come The Music Symbols what is that we just Confused, No Problem Dear Here is a Way to Read to All Music Symbol Eassy.

 Notation


 Pitch Notes convey pitch and rhythm. Notes are held on a staff. A note towards the top of the staff is higher in pitch than one towards the bottom of the staff. Bar lines separate measures, measuring time or rhythm. The time signature tells how much time, or how many beats are contained in a measure. Most music has 4 beats per measure, with the quarter note equal to 1 beat.

Pitch

Guitar-Pitch
Pitch

The treble clef circles the note G

The notes on the spaces can be remembered by what they spell:

 F,A,C,E 

Guitar-Picth-clef
Guitar Picth clef

The notes on the lines can be remembered by acronyms: 

Every Good Boy Does Fine or Empty Garbage Before Dad Flips


Guitar-Picth
Guitar-Picth


Notation


Rhythm
Time-Signatures
Time Signatures



The top number gives beats per measure, the bottom number gives the note value of the beat. Four-four time is four quarter notes. Three -four time is three quarter notes. Six-eight time is six eighth notes, and so on


Bar-Lines
Bar Lines





w Whole note = 4 beats h Half note = 2 beats q Quarter note = 1 beat „ Whole rest Ó Half rest Œ Quarter rest


Rhythms #1





w Whole note = 4 beats h Half note = 2 beats q Quarter note = 1 beat „ Whole rest Ó Half rest Œ Quarter rest



For this rhythm exercise, pluck an open string and let it sustain for the duration of the note value while you count “one, two, three, four” out loud. 



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Thursday, May 24, 2018

How to Play Barre Chords on Acoustic Guitar Beginner Basic Lesson

How to Play Barre Chords on Acoustic Guitar Beginner Basic Lesson  


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Here I come with new Guitar Article in this  Post we learn Barre chord  on Acoustic Guitar.





In music, a barre chord (also known as bar chord or rarely barr chord) is a type of chord on a guitar or 

other stringed instrument, that the musician plays by using one or more fingers to press down multiple strings across a single fret of the fingerboard (like a bar pressing down the strings).





Using the barre technique, the guitarist can fret a familiar chord that is usually played with open 
Barre-Chords
Barre Chords
strings, and then transpose, or raise, the chord a number of half-steps higher, similar to the use of a 
capo.

 For example, if a guitarist plays an E major and wants the next chord to be an F♯ major, barring the open E major up two frets (thus two semitones) from the open position produces a barred F♯ major chord.

 They are considered notoriously hard to play for beginners due to the pressing of more than one string with a single finger.

Barre-Chords
Barre-Chords



A barre chord ("E Major shape"), with the index finger used to bar the strings.



Open E major chord, E major barre chord, then open E major chord. About this sound Play open E-major chord .



"The Hardwork is The Main Reason Behind Every Success "Keep Moving on You Reach the Goal"



“Remember the direct correlation between time spent in practice and ability to play.”





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Saturday, May 19, 2018

Daily 30 Minutes Routine Acoustic Guitar Practice For Beginners


Daily 30 Minutes Routine Acoustic Guitar  Practice For Beginners




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Here I come with new Guitar Article in this  Post we learn read chord charts  on Acoustic Guitar.


How to practice 

 Practice is essential to any creative discipline. To make steady progress with your instrument, consistent, deliberate, regular practice is necessary. The following are some suggestions for maintaining a healthy practice routine:

 1) Designate a regular time and place to practice – 
preferably away from other distractions such as the television or stereo or any other background noise.

2) Have a goal
 It may be a new scale, exercise, or the first few bars of a new song. Start with a warm-up exercise, then play something familiar. After you’ve loosened up to play, begin working toward your goal.

 3) Reward yourself –
 Don’t practice for too long without a break. If you begin having trouble concentrating, take a few minutes to stretch and get a drink.

 4) Don’t give up –
Skills take time and effort to develop. Practice may seem tedious at times, but diligent, steady progress is the only way to develop solid musicianship.


Sample practice

 Warm-up 5 min. 

Familiar song 5 min.


 Lesson 20 min. 


“Remember the direct correlation between time spent in practice and ability to play.”

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Friday, May 18, 2018

Learning to read chord charts Acoustic Guitar Basic Lesson

Learning to read chord charts 

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Here I come with new Guitar Article in this  Post we learn read chord charts  on Acoustic Guitar.

The most important thing to know when learning how to play the guitar is chords. Chords allow you to play all the songs you ever wanted to learn. To play these chords, we must first learn how to read chord charts. Don’t worry, this is fairly simple. To read these chord charts, we must remember 3 things:

• What finger do I use?

• What string do I play on? 

• What fret do I play on? 

Your fingers are labeled as follows: 

• 1 – Index finger

 • 2 – Middle finger

 • 3 – Ring finger

 • 4 – Pinky

 These numbers will be shown on a chord chart like this.

X- do not play

O- open string 

Readable-Chord
Readable Chord



 The black dots are the places to put your fingers. Underneath are the numbers 1, 3, and 2. These numbers represent which fingers to use to hold down a string. 

The strings are the vertical lines, with the far left line being the thickest string- the low E string.

 The frets are the horizontal lines. As you can see, they are labeled on the right. When playing on a fret, remember to play immediately behind the fret. For example, if you need to play on the 2nd fret, count up 2 frets then put your finger immediately behind the 2nd fret. This will give you the best possible sound from the guitar. Take a look at the chord chart on the next page. We will dissect all the parts so it makes sense to you.



Readable-Chord
Readable-Chord


  To play the D chord shown above, start reading from left to right. This means to find the 1st finger, then the 3rd, and then the 2nd finger. It’s just like reading a book. Start with finding your 1st finger, which is your index finger. Now find what string to play on. To do this, count from the left to the right until you get to the string which is played by your 1st finger. In this case, it is the 4th string from the left. Now find which fret to play on. Count down the frets. Fret 1, Fret 2. Your 1st finger goes on the 4th string down on the second fret. Now repeat the process for each finger. Not only can you now read chord charts, you also know the D chord!



 Tip­ - try to relax when you practice. It will make your playing sound so much better. 

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Chord Chart on Acoustic Guitar Basic Lesson

Chord Chart on Acoustic Guitar  Basic Lesson 
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Here I come with new Guitar Article in this  Post we learn About Basic Chord Chart  on Acoustic Guitar.


Chord-Chart-on-Acoustic-Guitar- Basic-Lesson
Chord Chart on Acoustic Guitar  Basic Lesson 


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Monday, May 14, 2018

Guitar Basic Lesson Using a Pick

Guitar Basic Lesson Using a Pick



Guitar-Basic-Lesson-Using-a-Pick
Guitar Basic Lesson Using a Pick












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 One question many people have when they begin learning the guitar is “What kind of pick should I use?” The answer is simple. Use whatever feels comfortable for you. Some people use thick picks.

Some use thin. Each kind of pick has a different sound to it, so experiment with different ones.
 When you decide what kind of pick to use, try holding it between your thumb and your index finger or your thumb and middle finger.

Remember, do what feels comfortable for you. Take a look at the picture below.
This will give you a reference on how to hold the pick. Some people don’t even use a pick.

I myself just use my fingers a lot of the time, although I do use a pick for certain things.
I believe you should learn to use both. There are certain things that will sound better with a pick, and certain things that will sound better using your fingers.

To find out what feels the most comfortable, experiment with different picks and using only your fingers. In this book, we will concentrate on using the pick.

In my opinion, it is necessary to learn how to play with a pick in order to achieve the many sounds capable on the guitar.



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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

How Tune a Acoustic Guitar Basic Lesson | Guitar Smart Supporter |

How Tune a Acoustic Guitar Basic Lesson | Guitar Smart Supporter |


How Tune a Acoustic Guitar Basic Lesson | Guitar Smart Supporter |

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Here I come with new Guitar Article in this  Post we learn how tune a Acoustic Guitar.

Every Guitarist have to know how to tune a Guitar.

Standard Acoustic Guitar have Come With Six Strings and you have to tune every strings in the Standard Tuning Point on Volume.

 I have a idea to remember the Strings names And Tune volume  how to learn quick.

E, B, G, D, A, E

This is basic Name of Guitar and now The Tune Volume or value

E4, B3, G3, D3, A2, E2

This is standard value of acoustic Guitar for Tuning.

The Formula for Learn Strings Names.

E stand Every

B stand Beautiful

G stand Girl

D stand Deserve

A stand An

E stand Eye

The Formula for Learn Strings Names.

Every Beautiful Girl Deserve  A Eye

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Thursday, May 3, 2018

Guitar Basic Lesson When You Start Learning Guitar

Guitar Basic Lesson  When You Start Learning Guitar


Guitar  Basic

First you have to know which type of Guitar you Are Using to Play.
There are Two types Use Mostly

1. Electric Guitar

2. Acoustic Guitar

And these another types are divided with Sound Quality and Bass.

Guitar Parts Basic 
 
 Tuning Keys

Top on the Guitar Here is Tuning Keys Which is used for Tune the Guitar.
Here is Six Tuning Keys in Standard Guitar.

 Nut

After Tuning Keys Next Part is Nut Which is the main part of every Guitar if we remove the nut you can't play guitar without  Nut. Because  Nut Hold the Guitar Strings and make sure Sound are Good.

 Fret

Fret is the Area on the Guitar Where you can make a Chords and play a unique sound . We also called it Fret Board.

 Fret Marks

Fret Marks make a mark which Tab you are placing finger or make a Chord in different Fret.

 Bridge

Bridge is also main part of guitar like Nut. Bridge make a area where you can place the Strings.

 Strings

Strings are main in Guitar Without String you can't think about Guitar.
The Standard Strings in Every Guitar is Six

 Pick

Pick is use for playing Guitar

 Sound Hole

Sound Hole is Make Guitar Sound.

these are the main basic part which you have to know about if learning Guitar.
There are too many parts in a Guitar which you can  learn when you start playing Guitar as Well you know.

 In The Next Article We Learn About The Guitar String And How To Tune A Acoustic Guitar.

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