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You have probably heard about Guitar Hero and how it is this new and exciting game is taking over the nation. It’s just not a game but a superhero’s game. You could not walk through any electronics store or Best Buy without seeing customers young and old standing in front of the monitors with a plastic guitar strapped around them strumming to a Pat Benatar’s “Hit Me with Your Best Shot.”
I should know I was one of those customers! The overwhelming popularity of this fun game is a testament to not only the fantasy we have about being the next great rock star but the popularity of the guitar.
The guitar is among the most popular musical instruments around. Because of how versatile the guitar is, it is a popular instrument to learn how to play. The guitar can play any kind of music that suits you interest whether it is rock, country or jazz or any other style of music. You may be interested in playing your favorite songs or maybe you are a budding songwriter and you would like to write your own songs.
Either way, the guitar would be the perfect instrument to learn in these cases. Like all musical instruments, if you want to learn to play the guitar you will need plenty of practice, perseverance and patience. Learning to play the guitar will be very rewarding experience if you stick with it and the guitar can give you many hours of enjoyment.
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The Complete Guide to Learning the Guitar
This is a detailed report with insights into the guitars structure and how to play a regular guitar before you can concur the Guitar Hero game. The book explains everything you need to know about the guitar and it’s origins which allows you to understand more about the guitar before you can play the game. This will give you an edge over your appoint.
There is information regarding the tuning and positioning of your hands and feet, your whole body when you are playing with a guitar, either a real one or the Guitar Hero game. There is also a chapter in tuning your guitar, playing notes and cords, scales and your first song, and much, much more.
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Day 1 Pages 4-12
- Fundamentals of Your Guitar
- Hand & Finger Basics
Day 2 – Review of Day 1
(Practice “For What it’s Worth”) Pages 13-21
- Open Chords
- Major open chords
- Minor open chords
- Dominant 7th major chords
- Major 7th open chords
- Diminished chords
- Augmented chords
Day 3 – Review of Day 1 – 2
(Practice “Hurt”) Pages 22-37
- Beginning Theory
- Major scales
- Minor scales
- Harmonic minor scales
- Melodic minor scales
Day 4 – Review of Day 1 – 3 Pages 38-45
- Beginning Theory Cont.
- Key signature glossary
- Notation & other music symbols
Day 5 – Review of Day 1 – 4 Pages 46-47
Day 6 – Review of Day 1 – 5
(Practice “Hey There Delilah”) Pages 48-64
- CAGED system for barre chords
- E & A Forms
- Power chords
- Strumming Patterns
Day 7 – Review all Days
(Practice “Seven Nation Army”) Pages 65-71
- Time to Play
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DAY 1 – INTRODUCTION
It looks like you want to learn the guitar! Congratulations! You will find this endeavor rewarding and at times, very trying.
I have been a musician for nearly 30 years and am here to inject my musical wisdom into you. There won’t be a magic button you can press that will make you good. Practice will be the only way to get where you want to go and play the way you want to play, a lot of practice.
I’m going to walk you through the very basics of your guitar, tuning, posture, how to hold your pick, exercises, notation, tablature, scales, beginning theory, chords, strumming, and some simple songs you can rock to!
Don’t limit yourself to one genre (style) of music. You should really diversify. You will learn so much more by listening to rock, jazz, blues, bluegrass, classical, and Spanish styles of guitar. Be sure that as you learn that you spend time with people that are musicians. Learn from their experience and expertise. Everyone possesses a different interpretation of music and songwriting, so take it as a free lesson.
The last thing I want to say before we get started is have fun. Playing the guitar is an enriching experience with many rewards along the way!
FUNDAMENTALS OF YOUR GUITAR
One of the first things you are going to want to do is get familiar with your guitar, guitar part names, and accessory names.
All parts of the guitar are equally important, but some of the areas of interest are (from the bottom up) the bridge, strings, neck, fret, and tuning pegs.
Let’s begin with the bridge. This is where your stings will be changed. There are round pegs at the end of every string. These will need to be pulled out and new stings inserted. You will need to learn the string names. Beginning from the top (biggest) string to the bottom string (smallest): EADGBE. The top and bottom strings are the same note, just different octaves.
On the neck of your guitar you should notice two things. One, there are going to be a series of metal lines that extend from one end of the neck to the other. These are called frets. Two, if you look down the side of the neck of your guitar you will see dots. The dots are located at frets 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 15, and 17. Fret 12 has a double dot for which I will explain further once we get to that portion of these lessons.
Let’s talk for a minute about the tuning pegs at the top of the guitar on the headstock. This is where the stings end. Before you ever change strings, pay attention to which peg each string ends up.
Here is a helpful hint for remembering how the strings are placed into the tuning pegs. If you are holding your guitar in posture (which will be discussed a little later) there will be three pegs pointing toward the ceiling (upright) and three pointing toward the ground (downward). If you are looking at the guitar as the diagram indicates, there will be three pegs on the left and three pegs on the right. Let’s work with the latter example. Low E (biggest string) goes into bottom left peg, A goes to middle left peg, D goes to top left peg, G does to top right peg, B goes to middle right peg, high E (smallest string) goes to bottom right peg
Here is an important reminder for you once you have reached this point. Be sure that you thread all strings the same way. What I mean by this is be sure that when you turn the peg clockwise, it tightens the string while counterclockwise loosens the string.
One thing you can try, and I suggest, is that you change out one string at a time. Do not just take out all the strings and go for it. This is where mistakes happen when trying to get your strings in the correct place and through the tuning pegs. Pay attention to what you are doing so that you don’t find your guitar in a mess.
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