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. 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 […]
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 […]
Sharps and Flats on guitar Sharps : (SHARPS#) raise up any note one half-step or one fret. The sharp sign appears before the note that is to be sharped. Flats : (FLATS b) lower any note one half-step or one fret.
How to Read Guitar Tablature – Tabs/Lead Tablature is music notation with the help of which one can play sound by choosing which string to be played and on what fret finger is to be taped. Here I will discuss about reading the guitar tablature : See this example… E |—-|–1—————–7—–0—–|| B |—-|—–2———–6—–8——–|| G |—-|——–3–4——————–|| […]