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Guitar Finger exercises

Guitar Finger exercises

 

guitar finger exercises

What are the benefits of the guitar finger exercises ?

byneri singapore In this article I will give you 3 powerful guitar finger exercises that will improve your technique by practicing just 10 -20 minutes a day.

Guitar finger exercises are basically just like eating healthy food. They are extremely important for developing a good technique.

Think of the guitar finger exercises just like being the equivalent of going to the gym and working out.

The Pentatonic Scale Chart – The relationship between the Guitar Shapes and the Guitar Chords

The Pentatonic Scale Chart – The relationship between the Guitar  Shapes and the Guitar Chords

pentatonic scale chart

bitcoin trading platform singapore Hey guys, as promised in the pentatonic guitar scales article, in this article you will learn how to combine the pentatonic scale chart fingerings with the CAGED system chart.

In this article you will learn the Benefits of learning the link between the pentatonic scale chart and the caged system chart.

By doing this:

  • You will learn how to improvise all over the fretboard

The Pentatonic Scale – Guitar

The Pentatonic Scale – Guitar

singapore crypto trading platform Hey guys, today I want to talk to you about probably the most used scale in the vocabulary of rock, blues and probably jazz music : The pentatonic scale.

The pentatonic scale is probably the most used scale when it comes to guitar playing and  soloing  for the simple fact that it only contains 5 notes. That is the reason why it is called the pentatonic, because PENTA means 5 in english.

How to practice chord triads second inversions ?

How to practice chord triads second inversions ?

Hey guys welcome the third and final part about the chord inversions.

I hope you practice the etudes I showed you in the first 2 articles and have a clear perception of how they sound and what are their shapes.

The second inversions will seem more familiar as they are basically the major and minor shapes of the E, A and D chords in open position for the major and minor chord triads  second inversions.

How to Practice Chord Triads First Inversions ?

How to Practice Chord Triads First Inversions ?

As promised in my first article from the series “ How to Practice Root Position Chord Triads ” now I am going to show you another etude for mastering the first inversion chord triads.

If you haven’t practiced the last exercise I invite you to go and first learn that etude in order to better comprehend what I am going to show you here.

Chord triads First Inversion Etude

 

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