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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

A lot of the times I give lessons to guitar students I notice


that many of them have one
problem in common. They all know the notes on the guitar down
low on the E and A
strings, maybe D string, and well of course the high E string
since it's the same as the 6th.
But most of them get lost on the higher end of the neck,
especially on the middle strings.
SO, every once in a while look at the neck of your guitar and
think about where you can
find a G note on the second string, and F on your third, etc.
This is very important It'll help you never be lost again.

Through out this book I talk about thirds, fifths, ninths,


sixths, etc.
Well we need to know this, and it is very simple, especially
on the guitar.
First of all, those numbers are the scale numbers. Take a look
at the CM scale.
C D E F G A B C D E F G A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Now when I say the third, fifth, sixth and seventh you know
what I mean.
Knowing this is important because you'll know how to connect
your ideas better.
If you are playing an E note over a CM chord, and the next
chord happens to be a G7 it is
very helpful to know that F is the Ь7Л of G7, and this note
happens to be one fret away
from you.
How are chords made, and what notes are in what chords??
Here are some chords and the notes that form them
For the b notes just go down a half step.
There is nothing to memorize here. You'll see, it's all just
common sense.