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Playing the Guitar

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Mr Dickson

on 11 November 2014

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Transcript of Playing the Guitar

Playing the Guitar
There are 3 main types of guitar
Electric Guitar
What's the difference?
How to hold a guitar properly
All the parts of the guitar
The notes of all the strings
How to play a 12 bar blues
Today I will learn...
How do we look after our guitars?
How do we look after our Guitar?
Bass Guitar
Acoustic Guitar
Electric Guitar
Acoustic Guitar
Bass Guitar
Parts of the guitar
Body
Sound Hole
Bridge
Neck
Frets
Fretboard
Head
Tuning Pegs
Strings on the guitar
E
A
D
G
B
E
Low
High
How do we remember the note names of the strings?
E A D G B E
Eddie Ate Dynamite, Good Bye Eddie
Elephants And Donkeys Grow Big Ears
How to read TAB
Guitar music can be written in standard notation (like your keyboard music) or can be written in TAB - Which is only for guitar.
The number tells you what fret to play. If you see a '0' then you play the string without any fingers down.
Look at the stave to find out the rhythm
TAB music is made up of 6 lines, each representing a string on the guitar.
Created by K Dickson
12 bar blues
Here is how to play a 12 bar blues
|A
|A
|A
|A
|A
|A
|D
|D
|A
|E
|D
|E
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- - -
- - -
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- - -
- - -
- - -
- - -
- - -
- - -
- - -
- - -
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What have we learnt so far?
How to hold a guitar properly
All the parts of the guitar
The notes of all the strings
How to play a 12 bar blues
Classical Guitar
Examples
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