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Gettingt o K n o w Y o u r G u i t a r H o l d i n gh e G u i t a r t Picks R i g h tH a n dT e c h n i q u e LeftHandTechnique CorrectFingering Tuning UnderstandingTablature


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P l a y i n gt h e g u i t a r i s g r e a t f u n . l t c a n b r i n g y o u a l i f e t i m e o f p l e a s u r ea n d m a k e y o u m a n y f r i e n d s . l t ' s a l s o a n e x c e l l e n tw a y t o r e l a x a n d h e l p y o u e s c a p e l i f e ' s u p s a n d d o w n s , a n d i f y o u ' r e o n e o f t h e r e a l l yl u c k yo n e s p l a y i n gt h e g u i t a r c o u l d m a k e y o u a millionaire! This book covers the basic art of lead guitar and has been written for the total b e g i n n e r ,o r a n y o n e w h o ' s t r i e d t o l e a r n b u t h a d n o s u c c e s s l t ' s l a i d o u t i n a s i m p l e . down to earth manner,using tried and tested methods that l've learned from years of t e a c h i n gb e g i n n e r s . 'road-tested' All the solos that follow have been thoroughly by hundreds of students aged from six to sixty over a period of three years with great results.The simple TAB n o t a t i o nw h i c h i s u s e d t h r o u g h o u tc a n b e l e a r n e de a s i l yi n a m a t t e r o f m i n u t e s ,g e t t i n g y o u u p a n d p l a y i n gw i t h t h e C D q u i c k l ya n d p a i n l e s s l y . M y p h i l o s o p h yi s t h a t l e a r n i n gt o p l a y t h e g u i t a r s h o u l d b e f u n , a n d t h a t i s w h a t I always aim for in my lessonswith my students, and what l've aimed for here in this book. E n j o yy o u r m u s i c Alan Lord

SectionI Learning fhe Basics .

/ {i Headstoo< o t'! i l' kt- .A- Nut o @ .\ \g/ o @ @ . * $* ' 3....to Getting KnowYourGuitar Electric Acoustic -'r@.adsbe Strings Body S o u n dh o l e plate Scratch . M a c h i n eH e a d so r T u n i n g P e g s 3d . .Frets ' Neck/Fingerboard Fret markers il 5 4 3 2 1 ó .Pick-ups Tremolo armlwhammv bar Pick-up selector switch Volume nd a tone controls Bridge Output socket .

Holding Guilar the You can play the guitar standing. ".l I 1. .*v' aif*t *.n t l t ' .:. ."''lIJ *\.' ' i ' X...é/.When playingfrom this book or from other musicusea musicstandadjusted a comfortable to height.\ \fr..t $ f i i"".. I\ " \ \ . psl .but while you are learningI recommend that you sit usinga firm chairor stool. .. ..lX'ï \ j I .

70mm. buy severaldifferent sizes and see whichsuitsyou best.Picks Notes are producedon the guitar by pickingthe stringswith a pick (sometimes Picks come in several calleda plectrum). with just the point showing(Fig. sizes.lt shouldbe held at right anglesto the thumb. Fig. thinnestbeing around0.2).ó0 or . F i g .The best pick sizefor you is all down to personal preference. I suggest you startwith one around. but Once you have a few weeks' playing under your belt.50mm the going up to the thickest around2 or 3mm.1 P i c k The pick is held in the right hand betweenthe thumb and indexfinger.2 .

. Fig.3). of the guitar(Fig. Please 1/4 shoulduá lusi enoughto movethe pick pastthe string. Takácarethat your handdoes not come into contactwith the strings.not the elbow.a) anJwith a downwardmotionfrom the wrist. pickthroughthe string_(Fig. I F i g . that the movement note that it'svery important '---{ 'l . picf onih" (8mm).3 The circleshowsthe right hand restingon the bridge' shownin Fig. This string(Fig.4 F i g .approximately of an inch movement comesfrom the wrist.3.5 . your handin the position 'trt 5).RightHandTechnique steadyyour hand by restingthe under part of your wrist on the bridge In order to pick the stringsaccurately. Now restyour get To giveyou an ideaof the pickingactionrequired.

roughlyoppositethe middlefinger.ó Fí9.You'llneà to keej your fiigernailsshortso to that your fingertipsmake good contactwith the fingerboard.9 F i g .1 0 1 s tf r e t . L i t t l ef i n g e ra . that you g"iyorr thumb in the correctposition. M i d d l ef i n g e r2 .and on the 3rd fret with the 3rd finger. Make sure.Studythe diagrams carefully make sure you get all to these points right from the start. 9. onlythe fingersmove. the F í 9 . R i n gf i n g e r3 .8 F i g . all I 8.on the 2nd fret with the 2nd finger.7).LeftHandTechnique The fingersof the left hand are numberedas follows: I n d e x i n g e r1 .too. and in every case all notes on the 1st fret are playedwith the 1st finger. ) f As this book is aimedat beginners.but this will soon disappear the skin becomeshard.3rd finger 10 .7 Left hand techniqueis very important.2nd finger 3rd fret . 1O). placeyour finglrtips alongside the fret (Fig. Note from the diagrams that the handstaysin the sameposition. You may experience rorná pain iÀ your fingertips at first. liketo callthis correctfingering(Figs. as All the music in this book is played on the first three frets. CorrectFingering F i g .Also notethat the fingersnot being useástayas close as possibleto their respective frets readyfor the next note.This is if is the first areato checkif things don't sound right.ó .This applies across six strings.1 s tf in g e r 2nd fret .When pressing the stringl.Usejust enoughpressure get a good cleannote.and accuracy essential you are to get the best from your guitar. littlefingeris not usedin any of the solos. ( F i g .

rnËr" are other waysto tune up and two of them are shownbelow.but you may ""ry need to developyour 'ear' b.5th A. you can use them effectivery. tuner.it's reálly for oí.i:l In order for you to play along with the cD in this book. asuitar is Plavins that's stishtty oftune ruin even out can everyrhi iïIt"ilï::: LïJ. Ïhe answer to a guitarist. your guitar needsto be tuned to concert pitch. the electronic tuner rrackoaoooo You can tune to the six tonesat the beginning of the CD. They normally cost from aroundflo and you can buy them from all good guitarstores." fo. Ask the salesman a demo when you buy your tuner . 11 .Tuning The Electronic Tuner properlvessential. 4 t h D. kno* n"*.à. as this will ensure that your guitaris perfecilytuned.sprayer. óth E On the CD Pitch Pipes Hereyou simplyblow into the pipesand tune the stringsto the appropriate pitch. 2 n d B . 3 r d G . ï h e y a r e i n o r d e r :1 s t E . ïhis can be done in several but I stronglyrecommend that you use an electronic -i"tt.

u UnderstandinlfTablaf re way of writing down guitar music.that represent six stringsof the guitar as shown here.lt consists six horizontal of (thinnest) 'lst string 2 n ds t r i n g 3rd string 4th string 5th string óth string (thickest) TAB indicate whichfret you on that are readfrom left to right. very easyto learn. 3rd fret 1st string open 1s t s t r i n g 1st fret 2nd string open 3rd string 2nd fret 4th string 3rd fret 5th string 3rd fret óth string 1ct ctrina _3_0 2 n ds t r i n g 3rd string 4th string 5th string óth string 12 .and it's Tablature TAB as it is better known. zero (0) meansthat the stringmust be playedopen (not pressedby the left hand must A fingers).Thesenumbers On theselinesare printednumbers pressyour fingers.is a very simpleand effective or the lines.

l-fzl o""r. s t t r t Happy Birthday 1 s ts t r i n g 2nd string 3rd string -0-0-2-0 4th string 5th string óth string 1st string 2nd string 3rd string -0-0 4th string 5th string óth string t-u t-J-t- 2 Noie Values You now know that when reading TAB the six lines representthe six strings and the numbers tell you which fret to press.H u p p yB i r t h d a y . the Half note which is 2 beats long. In the diagrams below two of the notes have stems or tails. lt is the shape or absence of this stem that tells you how long the note must last. The notes shown here are the Ouarter note which is 1 beat long. Ouarter note = I beat Half note = 2 beats Whole note = 4 beats beats tr 0"".. s ed o w n w a r d y w s U ( p i c k i n g t r o k e sh r o u g h o u a n d r e m e m b e t o u s et h e c o r r e c f i n g e r i n g s e ep a g e 1 0 ) .Happu Plauing TrU Birihdrg T u n eu p y o u r g u i t a ra n d h a v ea g o a t p l a y i n g o m e t h i n g o u k n o wr e a l l y e l l . Flll Long stem sr'oírír No stem 13 . and one has none. Next you need to learn how to read the time value or length of each note. Study the diagrams and memorise the shape and value of each note. and the Whole note which is 4 beats long.

.r.!l:"f All the sotosin th. ïhese rines tp"t" t"i*een each pai.1 2 4 beats per bar beats are quarter notes 4- = 3 beats per bar beats are quarter notes 14 .oi-lin"s is carteJ.... orbeats bottom f3ï":ïrs vou F i g .À. the number p".ï... At the beginningof eachsolo you will. nrrLËr"i..Lï.. .marked doubre by barrines.Ëg 11)or three beatsper bar (Fis. ir..'i.r.làn tinu the caíreJa measure)... (sometimes lnthesolos this in book fi"i[. u'ia'..""ii:..the to beats'vertical linesare usedto dividethe music are calledbar lines'and the into smailsections. The first bar in each líneis numbered barlines The very lastbar is marked b y d o u b l eb a r l i n e s TirneStgnature . p. Thisis cared the Time u"ut..sbook "."ilïji'.. 12).. . iJli*uy.ïFíïï'ï.i." *ry r".#. see two numbers written a bit rikea fraction..:.1 1 F i g . i.Bars To makeit easier count.

lf we now put everything together. 3. Exercise 1 Q. Eachexercise the CD startswith 4 clicks count you in.t h e s t e m h o w t ( p a g e1 3 )a n d t h e t i m e s i g n a t u r eh e n u m b e ro f b e a t sp e r b a r ( p a g e1 4 ) . on ó. ( 9 y 4 . p A l s o c h e c kt h a t y o u r g u i t a ri s t u n e da c c u r a t e l(y a g e1 1 ) . t l o n g t h e n o t e m u s tl a s t 1. 2 and 3: first to the CD to get the feel of eachexercise. to 5. you've learnedinto practice. c h e c k o u r l e f t a n d r i g h t h a n dt e c h n i q u e p a g e s & 1 0 ) . to Notes for Exercises 1. Listen 2.uarter notes on string 1 EEEE TEEE EETE EET E EE r E EEEE rErr EET E 15 . l f t h e n o t e sd o n ' t s o u n dg o o d .Exercises 2 and 3 are a warm-up routine It's time now to put everything designed get you readyfor the solosin Section2.it Putting All Together we that givesus allthe information need. Usedownwardpickingstrokes throughout(page9). havea completepieceof music we ( w T h eT A Bl i n e s e l l u s w h i c hs t r i n gt o p l a y( p a g e1 2 ) . 1. countingthe beatsas you play. The numbersin the grey boxesshowthe beatsthat belongto eachnote. Takecarethat you usethe correctfingering(page 10).t h e n u m b e r s h i c hf r e t t o p r e s s p a g e1 2 ) .

uarternotes on strings 1 & 2 ETEE EEFI Flttl I tl '31 [:3 t-- 13 4l 't234 16 . and Q.Exercis 2 e Ouarter and Half notes on string 1 EETE EEEE E Ef [I tr7 E:l tl rltrI tr-.l Fl Exercise3 Whole. Half.

{r p: a"" j oq.\" '''\. ..r Jf r.. . \**-.' ï {$.ff ËFjÈ ' i t m 1í a.i.. \ fii fÈii i$.' "i i .. . " . j =é *'r. . P l a ya l o n gw i t h t h e C D o n l yw h e ny o u k n o wt h e s o l ow e l l e n o u g ht o p l a y it without mistakes.". r a d u a l l y u i l d i n g o u r s p e e d . . .. * .$. .Section2 the Plaging Solos Beforeattemptingeachsolo.1 . 'à ï ' ..listento the CD trackto get the feel of the y g b t m u s i c T h e np l a ys l o w l y h r o u g ht h e p i e c e . . and confidence. I j è- í". t tr-ï '-. \.\*...)" ttrl . i.\ ï'1.!t'. Y ' à.-J ''. It.l' \ '*.'\. \..

These are shown so that a m o r e e x p e r i e n c e dg u i t a r i s t.y o u r f i r s t s o l o ! U s e d o w n w a r d p i c k i n g t h r o u g h o u t a n d d o n ' t f o r g e t t o u s e t h e c o r r e c t f i n g e r i n g . C F G 18 O Copyright 2005 by De Haske Publications BV. . The letters that appear above the TAB (E.m a y b e a f r i e n d o r y o u r t e a c h e r.a n d t h e d i a g r a m sa t t h e t o p o f t h e p a g e s h o w h o w t h e chordsare to be played. f i r s t t h e c o m p l e t e v e r s i o nf o l l o w e d b y t h e s a m e t r a c k m i n u s t h e l e a d g u i t a r .Orl tTltï ?l tffr iÍ r 1 i l t l C Tighfrope i111i Em7 0 Em7 Èt?FÍfiïEtïFttlrrs@ A t l a s t. E a c h s o l o a p p e a r s t w i c e o n t h e C D .m a y a c c o m p a n yy o u .G and C i n t h e e x a m p l e s h o w n h e r e ) a r e c h o r d s y m b o l s .

19 .Don't worry about this for the momentas it doesn'taffectwhat you will be playing.. pickingand the correct O Copyright 2005 by De Haske Publications BV. commonlyreferredto as a 'shuffle'.qrg Searching -3- iI ) t -.) J' (shufflefccl) Em 0-0 0-2 I I I Em c 0 D 2 I Em rfiFrfiïEtïEËtlrur*s This sign in the top left hand cornert f] = J )) inai.tes that the musichas a swingfeel.Again use downward fingering throughout.

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and upward picking ( V see note below) on notes that land on '&' the beats. This means using downward picking ( n see note below) on notes that land on beats 1 2 3 or 4.1 4 Two eighthnoteswith tailsjoined EEEEEEEE Fig. 1 3 ) . '13 Fig.Eighth Notes At this stage of the book you have a new note to learn. '15 Alternate Picking When playing eighth notes it's good to use alternatepicking. the Eighth note. 1 4 ) . E i g h t h n o t e s h a v e a t i m e v a l u eo f h a l f a b e a t . These have a long stem with a short t a i l ( F i g .o r i f t w o o r m o r e a p p e a r t o g e t h e r t h e t a i i s m a y b e j o i n e d ( F i g . Note: ll = downward pick and V : upward pick Exercis 4 e Pi c k n V n Beats1 & 2 n 3 n 4 n 1 nV n 2 & 3 n 4 r'rnnVnnVnVnVn 1&2 1 2 3&4 &3&4 21 . s o t o c o u n t t h e m w e h a v e t o d i v i d ee a c h b e a t i n h a l f b y c o u n t i n g 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & a n d s o o n ( F i g .1 5 ) . counting the beats asyou go. Study exercise4 whilst listeningto the CD and then play through it slowly. Eighthnote = beat F i g .

...Org BluePlanet l-iEIII Qa i l l.Y _ -t --l I 5G Dsus4 0-0-0. ..G 0- c .. lt at 22 @ Copyright 2005 by De Haske Publications BV.. may feel strange first but it will pay off later.l ......._ + .t-t Am t- GDG 2_0 | 2-o ^Em v J I I Dsus4 Em r) Am I I Em I J Dsus4 0-3 Dsus4 _0_1_1_0_ 3 I I '.- Dsus4 Lf Dsus4 ^.l f l il fflrt l1] Li Em G Dsus4 t- ffi ^ta z -0'-_.G Dsus4 Dsus4 0 *ÍriÍrïïHïrtlrrurl& Don'tforgetto usealternate picking..

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.This lt you to playthe musicwith a shuffle this ) ) Remember sign in the top left handcorner? tells z+ O Copyright 2005 by De Haske Publications Bv. feel.b u t t h e b e s t w a y i s t o l i s t e n c a r e f u l l yt o t h e C D a n d s i m p l y c o p y t h e w a y i t ' s p l a y e d . I c o u l d g i v e y o u a l e n g t h y e x p l a n a t i o n .|]:J) (shufflefeel) DeltaGirl A5 3-3-3-3-2-0 NC 0 +TrrfÍrfiErïErrrlr'rr*S -3- D: r e f e r st o t h e w a y t h e e i g h t h n o t e s a r e p l a y e d .@^oo .

17). A l s o t h e r e ' s a n e w n o t e f o r y o u t o l e a r n . A dot after a note increasests value by half. t h e d o t t e d h a l f i note. ln other words the half note is 2 beats long (Fig. 1ó) but the dotted half note is 3 beats long (Fig. 2005by De Haske Publications @Copyright 25 . BV.l t t e l l s y o u t h e r e a r e 3 b e a t s t o t h e b a r ( s e e p a g e 1 4 ) a n d t h e r e f o r e o n l y t h r e e c l i c k sa t t h e b e g i n n i n g o f t h e t r a c k .@oo the Chasing Shoals [ïïi? i ll If tI IflilFmajT ?? i FmajT FmajT FmajT rfiFrfiHïErlrlrrr*S Fig. 1ó Half note 2 beats long --1- E lt' Fig.'I T h e f i r s t t h i n g t o n o t e h e r e i s t h e t i m e s i g n a t u r e .17 Half note Dotted 3 beats long -1- F.

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Groupsof noteslikethis are calledchords.o& Crossthe Line -Tlïr I laa :ï-nl :lll l lrl A5 ÈErrfiErtr!lrurs$ ln bars12.24 and 3ó you'llseethe numbers alignedvertically. . 34 @ Copyright 2005 by De Haske Publications BV. means are This the strings to be played are togetherwith one downwardstrokeof the pick. with the samekind of movementyou usewhen you play just one string.

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Thiscurvedline is calleda 'tie'. playingtied notesonly the first note is pickedand allowedto ring for the combinednumberof beats {hen of the tied notes(asindicated the numbers the grey blocksin the examples by in below). & & & 3 4 ffi?- & 3 4 && & 1234 3ó .TiedNofes ln No More B/ues page 37 you'llsee that in some bars(bar4 for example) on two notesare linkedtogether by a curvedline.

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