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    guitar lessons for beginners, Learn to Play Guitar - How to Read Tablature, Learn to Play Guitar - How to Read TablatureIf you are learning to play the guitar or thinking about starting,you'd be well advised to take these 5 things and make sure you do them. You need to setup whatever works best for you. As with anything else that you want to learn, more is usually better as long as you're working on the right stuff.

    4) Setup and follow a practice plan

    This is where you pick the right things to be working on as mentioned in #3 above. If you've ever seen guitar home study courses advertised online, they are very structured (the good ones anyway). They might have CD's, DVD's, books, videos online and more but the bottom line is they are not just random "noodling".

    If it's a DVD's course, it will likely have a disc named DVD #1 which could start off with the very basics like stringing and tuning your guitar, how to hold the guitar, how to hold the pick and so on.

    Following one of these courses is a sure fire way to guarantee your success in become a good guitar player. e -2--3-3--2-0--2--|-0--0-0--0-0--0-

    B -3--3-3--3-3--3--|-2--3-0--2-3--2-

    G -2--2-2--2-2--2--|-2--2-2--2-2--2-

    D -0--0-0--0-0--0--|-2--2-2--2-2--2-

    A -----------------|-0--0-0--0-0--0-

    E -----------------|----------------

    3. G major pentatonic riffs

    Get a neat country or country rock influenced sound with these easy to play riffs from the G major pentatonic scale. You can use these riffs over a progression with G, C and D major chords.

    First, let's take a look at the G major pentatonic scale position used to create the riffs. If you're not familiar with this scale practice playing it up and down to get the hang of it.

    e --------------------------0--3-----

    B ---------------------0--3----------

    G ----------------0--2---------------

    D -----------0--2--------------------

    A ------0--2-------------------------

    E -0--3------------------------------

    Now you can combine this scale with some easy open G and C chords like in this example.

    e -3---------------|-0---------------

    B -0---------------|-1----------0-3--

    G -0---------------|-0--0-2-0-2------

    D -0------2-0------|-2---------------

    A -2--0-2-----0-2--|-3---------------

    E -3---------------|-----------------

    This kind of riff sounds great with some hammer-ons and pull-offs. Once you're comfortable with the chords and scale work some hammer-ons and pull-offs to and from the notes on the second and third frets into your riffs.


    These 3 easy guitar riffs create the distinctive sound of numerous rock and pop hits. Learn to play them and you are well on your way to becoming a great rhythm guitar player.
    These days, it is relatively easy to learn to play the guitar with the many guitar lessons software available allowing you to learn at your own pace with effective well thought out lessons.

    The only problem is finding the highest quality packages to get you started on the best footing possible. When I started learning the guitar, I tried to teach myself using simple tablature. Learn to Play Guitar - 3 Easy Guitar Riffs, Learn to Play Guitar - How to Read Tablature, guitar lessons for beginners The fun, well mapped out lessons makes the process of learning flow steadily and gives a real sense achievement.

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