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How guitar works

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Barre Chord Basics

Learn all about barre chords and how they are played with this video tutorial. What exactly are barre chords and what makes them so interesting? They are simplistic chords that can be shifted anywhere up and down the neck while retaining the same shape. This allows you to hold the same shape with your hand while moving up and down the neck to play different chords. No need to change finger positions!

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music guitar picking patterns

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How to Play Romantic Piano

Here is a nice introduction to improvising romantic-sounding music and songs on the piano. The first half of the video is more pertinent to beginning pianists. Practice moving through the C, Fm and G chords while improvising notes with the right hand. This chord progression is at the “heart” of many romantic ballads and songs.

Here are representations of the C, Fm and G chords that he uses in the video.


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Guitar scales game

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music chord finder

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How Do You Read Music Notes on the Guitar?

This video tutorial will show you! Pay attention to how he breaks down the guitar into it’s most simple, easy to understand components. Apply the fundamentals of the music staff to the guitar with this simple understanding of the guitar in mind. This will allow you to really visualize how notes are laid out on the guitar’s fretboard and begin to read music.

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