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badgerbiker 25 Jul 06 - 09:56 AM
Scoville 25 Jul 06 - 10:45 AM
Scrump 25 Jul 06 - 11:02 AM
Sorcha 25 Jul 06 - 11:03 AM
GUEST,Bee 25 Jul 06 - 04:30 PM
Grab 26 Jul 06 - 05:16 AM
GUEST,gollygee 26 Jul 06 - 09:29 AM
GUEST,Guest Myron 10 Dec 11 - 01:20 AM
alex s 10 Dec 11 - 06:41 AM
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Subject: guitar tab in a d &e
From: badgerbiker
Date: 25 Jul 06 - 09:56 AM

Lots of people have told me that these are the magic chords (i'm just learning guitar, but I can 'do' these and c and g and a couple of others ) I've just about exhausted the tutor book that came with the guitar but loads of people have told me you can play hundreds of tunes with just the three chords.Does anyone one know of any books etc I could get my hands on that would be OK for a beginner please.Preferably folk songs of course!

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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: Scoville
Date: 25 Jul 06 - 10:45 AM

Well, there's always the famous/infamous Rise Up Singing if you know enough tunes (no tunes included).

Do you use a capo? If not, I'd encourage you to get one and use it, since then you can play hundreds MORE songs with just those chords, since you can change keys without having to learn more chord patterns. Also, if you play for a long time, playing C and G over and over again is sometimes less stressful on the left hand (on my left hand, at least) than scrunching up for D and A, and you'll get to use more strings on those chords.

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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: Scrump
Date: 25 Jul 06 - 11:02 AM

Learning a few minor chords (suggest Em, Am and Dm as easiest to learn) will greatly increase the range of songs you will be able to play. While there are many songs that can be played using 3 major chords (or even 2!), there are many others that can be played using a combination of major and minor chords. Don't know any currently available books though - if you have a music shop near you, go and browse through the folk music books and you should find something you like.

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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: Sorcha
Date: 25 Jul 06 - 11:03 AM

I don't play guitar at all, but don't you need a 7th for most things?

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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: GUEST,Bee
Date: 25 Jul 06 - 04:30 PM

I'm a beginner guitarist myself, and I'm finding many songs that can be played with the chords mentioned. If you add A7, B7 (tricky at first), D7, there are a lot more, and they sound real purty.

F chords (heh... I do a mean Fdim) and B chords are beyond me at the moment, but I just started fooling with a capo, and that seems interesting.

Oh, and dive into the Mudcat archives! I've hardly been up for air, copying tips and noting learning tools.

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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: Grab
Date: 26 Jul 06 - 05:16 AM

BB, if you're keen on folk music then I suggest getting the Russ Shipton series of guitar tutor books. They're set at a reasonable pace, and basically take you through everything you need to know to play folk guitar. And they've got a fairly good selection of folky songs in them too. Make sure you get the basic "guitar tutor" ones and not the "rock guitar tutor" ones (which often teach bad techniques that you just happen to be able to get away with on an electric with ultra-light strings).


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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: GUEST,gollygee
Date: 26 Jul 06 - 09:29 AM

I have been playing for quite some time now and have only ventured a little past g,c&d. I did do something that I like and some others like too. I wrote a couple of poems(wife says rhyme too much) and used g,c,d,Am,Em and B7. It got me out of the rut. My main problem is how to get rhythm with my right hand.

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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: GUEST,Guest Myron
Date: 10 Dec 11 - 01:20 AM

I have to strongly disagree with the capo. Learn more chords. That's the only way you will become a good guitar player. The capo has it's place, but if you start to rely on it early on you will be stuck in those same three chords forever.

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Subject: RE: guitar tab in a d &e
From: alex s
Date: 10 Dec 11 - 06:41 AM

get the action sorted out if it needs it and learn the basic barre chords - it's a whole new world.....

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