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Most files are for everyone but some were created with a specific Fretroom Guitar student in mind. Either way, have a browse and download whatever you need.
Great Intro - Many ways of tackling it.
Check out Youtube and see the different ways people have managed to play this.
You just have to find your way.
I think the experimentation of where to play is a great part of learning this intro.
Great satisfying riff to play.
I use this song for most new starters, you'll be playing it in no time.
Lesson File showing the minor Pentatonic Scale within the CAGED system.
5 Blocks with 12 Frets each.
3 Blocks contains 12 frets each.
1st block has all the natural notes i.e. C, D, E, F, G, A, B.
2nd block adds the # (sharp) notes.
3rd block adds the b (flat) notes.
Neck diagram, Blank Fretboard.
6 Blocks with 12 Frets each.
A whopping 24 fret guitar diagram, showing the intervals based on various keys of the major scale.
The Chords for the CAGED system, flipped over for you lefties.
I'm a leftie (both in hand-writing and politics!) but it didn't occur to me to get a leftie guitar. I always wonder what sort of player I would be had I done so, hmmm.
The CAGED system is petty interesting, whether you use it or not, you have to admit, it is pretty clever.
The are 5 shapes and everything can be seen through the lens of one or more of these shapes.
These shapes are referenced by the chord that exists within them: C, A, G,E, D.
7 Blocks with 12 Frets each.
Blank sheet with Tab format for 6 stringed instruments.
Sketch out your ideas before you forget.
Diagram of the shapes created when applying the '3 notes per string' concept to the major scale.