Intervals in guitar notes Here is a chart to help you visualize the different categories of intervals. Loading… If you don’t know how to play guitar, click on the link below to learn it easily >> Click to learn guitar – from Beginner to Advanced Become a guitar player by learning online through guitar tutorials.
List of Major Scales in Guitar Symbols : (Ab) means A flat and (A#) means A sharp and so on ….
Slide, bend, Hammer-on, Pull-off and Tapping in Guitar Sliding to Notes : SLIDING involves approaching a note from above or beneath, usually from a half step or whole step. Bends : BENDS involve playing a note and then bending the string, either a half or whole step, to another pitch. Always bend to a specific pitch. […]
Pentatonic Scales and Pentatonic Forms in Guitar PENTATONIC SCALE : It is a five note scale derived from the major scale. It uses the first, second, third, fifth, and sixth steps of the major scale. Example : C major scale : C D E F G A B C C Pentatonic Scale : C D E […]
Major Scales on guitar MAJOR SCALES are the building blocks for all of music. Major scales are built on a specific pattern of half-step and whole-step intervals. The pattern for a major scale is Whole-step, Whole-step, Half-step, Whole-step, Whole-step,Whole-step, Half-step. Starting on any note, if you follow this pattern you will build a major scale in the […]
Half Steps and Whole Steps on guitar A HALF-STEP is the distance from any note to the very next note. A WHOLE-STEP is two half-steps put together. On a guitar, each fret is a half-step apart. On a piano, each key, whether white or black, is a half-step apart from the next key. Even though some white […]