Beginner guitar methods suck. Big time.
Beginner guitar 'tips and tricks' kill your flow down the road. Man, you are lucky. Starting out, you don't have any bad habits, nothing to undo:
This is universal. People skip steps learning the fretboard and then regret it later:
"I stuck to reading tabs for way too long and regretted it afterwards."
You have only one chance to get it right from the get go: learn from others' mistakes and you will avoid yourself years of pain and frustration.
Beginner guitar 'tips and tricks' means skipping steps. Fretboard Addicts starts you out from the very first step, without assuming you know anything beforehand. Get it right now and you won't have holes to patch later on:
This is so cool. Seeing things, understanding them... instead of trying to memorize things by repeating them endlessly.
Ever hear of RMS, folks? Kinda like PTSD for guitar players. Repetitive motion syndrome. Every guitar player has to contend with this. If you don't understand the music you play, directly on the fretboard, the only way around it is endless repetition.
Not only is this endlessly boring, you get chronic injury which stops you from playing ever again.
Back to that same Addict again:
That's so cool. It's just there, it's effortless. After twenty years of beginner guitar 'tips and tricks', lessons, books, online methods, you name it, it's finally here.
To put it simply, all those beginner guitar 'tips and tricks' tell you, the tab, the chord bibles, CAGED is... put your fingers there.
Never mind why, never mind the music. Just PUT YOUR FINGERS THERE.
No no no. This is wrong. You want to play music, you want to know what you're doing, you want to be confident in your playing.
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Beginner guitar step 1: The FretboardThe guitar fretboard in depth
Moving along the fretboard
Scales and modes along the fretboard
Moving across the fretboard
The guitar fretboard chart
Beginner guitar step 2: Scales and ModesPentatonic scales made easy 1
Pentatonic scales made easy 2
Pentatonic scales made easy 3
Introduction to guitar modes
Use pentatonic scales to help you learn guitar modes quickly and easily
Simplify learning guitar modes...
Beginner guitar step 3: Chords and harmony
We have a whole section exclusively to chords and harmony. Harmony is one of the basic building-blocks of music, so be sure to check it out!
Chord Chart 1: Major Triad Inversions
Chord Chart 2: Minor Triad Inversions
Chord Chart 3: Diminished Triad Inversions
Chord Chart 4: Augmented Triad Inversions
Chord Chart 5: Maj7 Chord Inversions
Chord Chart 6: Min7 Chord Inversions
Chord Chart 7: 7 Chord Inversions
Chord Chart 8: b5m7 Chord Inversions
Chord Chart 9: Dim7 Chord Inversions
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