Many people dream of learning to play the guitar. Not always a teacher or just a person who could show a few chords is nearby. But you can try to learn how to play on your own, even if you don't know the notes yet.
It is necessary
- Guitar Tutorial
- Chords and Tabs Chart
- Player and recording of songs
Memorize the guitar parts. The housing in which the rosette circle is cut is called a resonator. The resonator has a top, bottom and side deck. The ribs along which the top and bottom decks are connected to the side decks are called shells. A guitar has a neck - it is a narrow board on which strings are stretched. On it are sills - metal strips. The distances between the stripes are called frets. The frets are numbered from the headstock on which the tuning pegs are attached. If you twist the peg in one direction or the other, the sound of the string will change. Twist the tuning pegs and listen to when the sound becomes thinner (higher), and in which it is rougher (lower). The numbering of the strings starts with the thinnest, it is called the first.
Learn finger numbering. On the left hand, the index is indicated by the number 1, the middle - 2, the unnamed - 3, the little finger - 4. In notes, they are usually indicated by numbers. The fingers of the right hand are indicated in the notes by dots or strokes. One dot denotes the thumb, two for the index, three for the middle, and four for the ring finger.
Take the tuning fork. If it is an ordinary tuning fork with a mustache, then it gives the sound "la". This sound should match the sound of the first string clamped at the 5th fret. The fifth fret on the fretboard is usually marked with a dot. All strings of a six-string guitar, except for the third, are tuned at the 5th fret. That is, the second string, clamped at the 5th fret, must correspond to the open first string. The third string is clamped at the fourth fret and must match the open second.
Take a chord chart and tablature. Try hitting the first chord. Usually they start with an A minor chord. Place your left index finger on the second string at the first fret, and with your middle and ring fingers, respectively, on the third and fourth strings at the third fret. You need to grip the strings firmly, but the hand should move freely. With your right hand, play the strings opposite the outlet. When you are more or less confident in playing the first chord, put on a capo on the fretboard and try to play the chords in the same position on different frets. Memorize the lettering of notes and chords. The note la is denoted by the Latin letter a. The same letter denotes the A minor chord. Further, the designations go in the Latin alphabet - the letter b denotes B-flat, c-to, and so on. The si sound is denoted by the letter h.
Search the chart and learn two more chords - D minor and E major. Knowing three chords, you can try to play some simple song already. It is better if it is a song in the rhythm of a waltz, since it can be played by brute-force.
Master the fight. The thumb of the right hand strikes the 5th or 6th strings, the rest are folded together (but not pinched) - 1, 2, 3, and 4 strings. Keep your hand free.
Try to make a barre. In this case, the index finger of the left hand rests on one of the frets across all or several strings, and the rest of the fingers grip one or another chord. Start with a small barre. When performing this technique, the index finger grips three or four strings. With a big barre, the index finger grips all the strings. Try barre at different frets. Once you master this technique, you will be able to play songs in any key using the same finger positions on your left hand. It is better to master more complex techniques of the game according to the self-instruction manual.