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Guitar

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Radel Reyes

on 1 December 2014

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Transcript of Guitar

Acoustic Guitar
The parts of the guitar and its function.
The basic guitar chords.
Fingerstyle method.
Parts of the Guitar
Tuning pegs
Head Stock
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The main function of a headstock is to hold the instrument's strings.
Turning the peg tightens or loosens the string, changing the pitch produced when the string is played and thereby tuning it.
Its function is to maintain correct string spacing and alignment so that the strings feed into their respective tuning pegs.
Body
Neck (Fret Board)
Contains 21 - 23 frets.
Frets
Pressing the strings against the frets changes the vibrating length (changes the pitch).
Bridge
It is designed to hold the strings at a suitable height above the fretboard of the guitar.
It also controls the spacing of the strings from one another and this is accomplished by its saddle.
Saddle
Basic Guitar
Chords
(Standard Tuning)
Low E
A
D
G
B
High E
A guitar chord is a set of notes played on a guitar.
A chord's notes are often played simultaneously.
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2nd Fret
Muted Strings
Fingerstyle (Finger Picking)
a method of playing a stringed instrument (a guitar) with the thumb and tips of the fingers rather than with a pick.
Thank you, any questions?
Instead of playing them simultaneously, the notes are played sequentially in an arpeggio.
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