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Keep it slow and steady playing C-Major and G-Major guitar chords using the pick strum pattern. In this section I will show you some tips on how to increase your chord change speed in the left hand. C-Major x 2 (pick, strum, pick, strum) G-Major x 2 (pick, strum, pick, strum) C-Major x 1 (pick,...
1) Review the chart. 2) Listen for blocked notes, lack of pressure and make adjustments as needed. 3) Practice moving from C-Major to G-Major guitar chords. It’s a little tougher due to rotation but with practice it gets better.
I have spent thousands of dollars on DVDs online courses and memberships with no success. After several attempts and lots of frustration, I happened by chance to come across Levels For Guitar. I could not believe how I found a step by step program which will take you from A to Z, and actually teach...
This level picks up from the previous string crossing guitar exercise, adding different fret positions. 1) Goal tempo on the metronome for this guitar string crossing exercise is 100 to 120 bpm. 2) Practice on the high and low fret positions on the guitar. 3) Playing the scale near the 1st guitar fret requires more...
Commit the following to memory: 1) The “sharp” raises a note by a ½ step. The sharp symbol looks like this: # 2) The “flat” lowers a note by a ½ step. The flat symbol looks like this: b The following chart shows all the notes on the guitar using sharps. That’s because we are...
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