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Neck diagram, Blank Fretboard.
10 Blocks with 7 Frets each.
14 Blocks with 7 Frets each.
3 Blocks, each with 24 Frets.
This file shows you the Barre Chord shapes you should be aware of.
Check out the Common Barre Chord Shapes for easier and more commonly seen shapes.
Exercises to get your fingers moving fluidly within one of the '3 notes per string' scale shapes.
Use alternate picking throughout and take care to follow the recommended fingering.
Nice example of playing with thumb and fingers for a Bluesy Rhythm
It starts of basic and adds a little more each time.
A fretboard diagram to show the chord formula in action using the notes from the C Major scale.
Take the 1st, then the 3rd and finally, the 5th note from the scale. That would be C, E, and G:
Those three notes make up the C chord.
Do the same thing starting from F, that would be F, A, C. G would be G, B, D....
5 Blocks with 12 Frets each.
The octave shapes are key to understanding the CAGED system.
Start on the low E, move along the fretboard until you find the next E.
That would be the 2nd fret on the 4th string.
Octave shape 1
The E chord contains this octave shape, and that is why the E chord is shape 1.
An outline of the chords used for this song.
I read somewhere that the solo for this song is benchmark for any emotive solo. Probably agree with that.
Just get used to the chord changes, make them smooth
Great riff, sounds kinda simple, but you have to nail the groove and play with the dynamics.
The trick is to play the same riff but with a palm mute by the picking hand and then later, a heavier attack without the palm mute.
15 Blocks with 04 Frets each.