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By William Leavitt

ISBN-10: 0793545110

ISBN-13: 9780793545117

This sensible, accomplished process is used because the easy textual content for the guitar application on the Berklee collage of track. quantity One builds a superb beginning for starting guitarists and lines a finished variety of guitar and track basics, together with: scales, melodic experiences, chord and arpeggio stories, find out how to learn song, certain routines for constructing approach in either fingers, voice best utilizing transportable chord varieties, and extra.

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IS DETERMINED BY THE FINGERING TYPE. (FINGERING TYPE I = 1st FINGER STRETCH, TYPE IV = 4th F. S. ) WHEN THE OUT OF POSITION NOTE IS NOT A SCALE TONE AND MOVING UPWARD USE F. S. 1, AND MOVING DOWNWARD F. S. 4. . REGARDLESS OF FINGERING TYPE. (ALL SCALE FINGERINGS INTRODUCED FROM THIS POINT ON WILL NOT USE ANY OPEN STRINGS, AND THEREFORE THEY A R E MOVABLE, IN THE SAME MANNER AS THE CHORD FORMS PRESENTED EARLIER. SEE P. 45) (Remember - All natural notes on the guitar are 2 frets apart, except E to F and B to C) DO NOT PRACTICE these two pages.

The major and relative minor key signatures are the same. There are 3 different scales in each minor key. . A - N A T U R A L MINOR (All notes exactly the same as its relative, C M a j o r ) - We now begin to observe that many chords have more than one fingering. The choice of which one to use generally depends upon the chord fingerings that immediately preceed and/or follow. In the" following exercise use the large diagrams OR the smaller optional fingerings in sequence - DO NOT MIX THEM. . Smooth, melodic rhythm accompaniment depends on the number of chord forms mastered.

S. IS DETERMINED BY THE FINGERING TYPE. (FINGERING TYPE I = 1st FINGER STRETCH, TYPE IV = 4th F. S. ) WHEN THE OUT OF POSITION NOTE IS NOT A SCALE TONE AND MOVING UPWARD USE F. S. 1, AND MOVING DOWNWARD F. S. 4. . REGARDLESS OF FINGERING TYPE. (ALL SCALE FINGERINGS INTRODUCED FROM THIS POINT ON WILL NOT USE ANY OPEN STRINGS, AND THEREFORE THEY A R E MOVABLE, IN THE SAME MANNER AS THE CHORD FORMS PRESENTED EARLIER. SEE P. 45) (Remember - All natural notes on the guitar are 2 frets apart, except E to F and B to C) DO NOT PRACTICE these two pages.

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