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Absolute newbie track conception For Blues Guitar

Are you embarassed to confess you don't understand any song concept? if this is the case, cease it. There's not anything to be embarassed approximately. a lot of people choose up an device with no ever studying the fundamentals of song theory.

You can study loads of stuff with no ever understanding what you're doing. but when you're keen to benefit the main easy parts of track thought, every little thing you do will make extra sense.

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You must know the progression and which part you’re ‘over’ at any time. You must have an arsenal of licks/chords you know that match those root notes. What About The Pentatonic Scale? What Is It? Major Scale I II I II III IV V IV V VI VII I Major Pentatonic Minor Scale Minor Pentatonic III VI VII I What About The Pentatonic Scale? The Pentatonic Scales define the sound of blues soloing. But you don’t play scales, you play licks. Blues Soloing The Sound Of Blues Soloing The Sound Of Blues Rhythm Licks Minor Pentatonic Major Pentatonic Major Scale In E I II Natural Minor Scale In E I II III III IV V IV V VI VI VII VII I I What About The Pentatonic Scale?

Chords Simple Chords in E E Major Scale I II E Minor Scale I II Simple Chords I Chords Major Other notes Root Note Minor III III IV V IV V IV Chords Major Minor VI VI VII VII I V Chords Major Minor V I II III VI VII I IV V I Chords These were only simple examples. This is the scary world of chords. It can be very complicated. More advanced chords have complicated names. 7th, 9th, 13th, sus4, ♭5, etc... Those names reflect how the chord is built, which notes are used. Just try to understand where chords come from…a root note from the scale, plus other notes that sound good with it.

That’s why the blues is so popular, it’s simple. Time Signature Your Guitar Open Strings Fret Note Names Tuning Down Building The Scale Your Guitar The Open Strings A440 A A E BC B" 110Hz E 220Hz 440Hz D E F G C! E" A F! A" B C B" D C! E F E" A G F! A" 880Hz A B G D A E When you tune the string, you change how fast it vibrates. Your tuner measures the vibrations as you tune, and compares it to the right frequency for each string. Fret Note Names How 1/2 Step 1/2 Step F E F! B C C! G A" A D E" E A B" B E F F!

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