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 Common Electric guitar Tuning Composition

п»їIn this kind of lesson, you could have learned to:

Recognize three prevalent guitar tuning methods.

Track your guitar

You will at this point record and submit a performance of " Strums and Strokes" and " Picking and Strumming" for assessment: When you receive the grade, evaluate your self-evaluation with your teacher's assessment. Save your valuable self-evaluation for your forthcoming Discussion-Based Evaluation with your educator. 1 . 09 assignment instructions

The analysis for lessons 01. 2009 will be a video performance. This assessment will include three sectors. Record all three segments in one video program. 1 . With this video analysis you will show that your guitar is properly tuned. With your video camera recording, play each string slowly.

2 . " Strums and Strokes" (review lessons 01. summer if necessary)

a. Start by playing three thumb sweeps across most six strings. b. Then play 3 brush strums across almost all six strings.

c. Today play 3 rest cerebral vascular accidents with your thumb (p) for the sixth thread. d. Subsequent play a free stroke with each of the fingers (i, m, and a) for the third string. e. After that play 3 free cerebral vascular accidents with your thumb (p) around the fourth thread. f. Right now play an escape stroke with each of the fingers (i, m, and a) for the first string. g. End by playing a thumb sweep around all six strings, enabling the sound to fade away.

3. " Selecting and Strumming" (review lessons 01. 07 if necessary). Make sure to keep a steady defeat. a. Begin by using your any guitar pick to strum almost all six open strings using a down-up-down-up pattern. b. Right now play the down-up-down-up style on the 6th string simply. c. Replicate the first step, strumming down-up-down-up across all six strings. g. Now play the down-up-down-up pattern for the fifth string only. e. Repeat the process, every time moving to the next higher-pitched thread (fourth, third, second, and first). farreneheit. Finish by playing a downstroke throughout all six open strings, allowing the sound to fade.