Continued from previous page – Understanding TAB – Tabulature Part 2 Take a look at the next part in the Tab of ‘Hall of The Mountain King’ We’re now going to be playing a note on the 1st fret Use your 1st finger to ‘fret’ this note. To play the above note: Press the ‘A’ string on the […]
Continued from previous page – Understanding TAB – Tabulature Part 1 We’re now going to stick to one image example for each part explained. The image below is a quick example of a typical guitar tab. The above tab is the first part of ‘Hall of The Mountain King’ To play this we need to do a […]
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Easy to play arrangement for Silent Night – Both TAB and Chords. Tabulature can be played with fingers or plectrum – if using plectrum the lower bass note can be missed out to make playing the melody easier. If playing with fingers use Thumb to play string while finger plays thinner string. It’s arranged in […]
As part of my tuition for guitar I’ve written out some of the best beginners peices. The following is and excellent introduction to the E, A and D strings. To play and exercise you fingers properly try and play it using the correct fingers. For this peice use the same number finger as the fret: […]
Untidy Arrangement of O Come All Faithful Click image to enlarge…
Nice and Simple version of Silent Night written in TAB To see a large version click on picture.
First Christmas Carol up, Away In A Manger. Click on image to make bigger!
Previous article: Guitar Primer: Plectrum, Fingers and TAB (pt3) Continuation of guitar primer lesson involving how to hold plectrum, how to read tab and which fingers to use. Click above picture to play sequence… This is the TAB that is being played, A few tips to try: ‘Alternative picking’ V = Down Stroke X = […]
previous article(pt2) Hopefully you’ve read the previous free guitar lessons giving you a few ideas and tips on correctly holding your plectrum. This the 3rd article in this primer will talk about fingers in relation to TAB or tablature. —Dealing with TAB— Reading guitar tabulature: Lines = Strings The ‘Bottom E’ is the thickest string […]
previous article: Guitar Primer: Plectrum, Fingers and TAB (pt1) CLICK Once you’ve got to grips(ahem) with holding your plectrum you need to get your hand position correct when striking strings. Getting a comfortable position to stike the strings of your guitar is very important. If you look at the above picture you can see that […]
In the first part of this primer I’m going to introduce how to hold your plectrum. This article is part of the free online guitar lesson material that is hosted on untidymusic.com Choosing your plectrum. The above picture is of the typical plectrum shape, of course there are others, A lot of of plectrums though […]
Scales of C Major for guitar and in staff view. Also how to play on keyboard/piano. Staff View: Using Treble cleff C Major Scale: C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C ————————————————————————————————————————————————- Guitar: Click on image to see larger version on scale. Again C Major Scale: C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C […]
Continued form part 1… In the previous article I stated that in order to understand intervals and their importance we need to listen to them. In order to create a better feeling for the sound we also need to correlate that with playing. Below are pictures and tab describing how to play the major 2nd […]