H. Madison

Basics & Technique:

  1. Acoustic Gtr – Labeled parts
  2. Electric Gtr – Labeled parts
  3. Left Hand Position
  4. How to Hold a Guitar Pick
  5. How to Hold a Guitar the Right Way
  6. How to Read TABS
  7. How to Practice and Learn a Song

Chords:

  1. Your First Guitar Chord – Em –
  2. Easy Guitar Chords – E and Am
  3. Easy Guitar Chords 4  – G5 and C2
  4. Easy Guitar Chords 2 – D , A and G
  5. Easy Guitar Chords 3 – C and Dm
  6. Open Position Major Chords
  7. Switching Between Guitar Chords-Part I
  8. Switching Between Guitar Chords-Part II

Rhythm:

  1. Intro to Rhythm
  2. 4/4
  3. Whole Notes and Whole Rests
  4. Half Notes and Half Rests
  5. Rhythm Practice 1
  6. Rhythm Practice 1b
  7. Quarter Notes and Quarter Rests
  8. Rhythm Practice 2
  9. Rhythm Practice 2b
  10. 8th Notes and 8th Rests
  11. Guitar Strumming Basics
  12. Rhythm Practice 3 – finish for 3/31 – smooth in time, minimal mistakes, steady tempo.
  13.  Rhythm Practice 4  -5/26 practice whole song, counting out loud , try with metronome at 50BPM.
  14. Hand out – , try playing it   @ 55bpm 7/27

Reading:

  1. 1st String – 5/13 practice #1 and #2,  no looking at your hand, count and go slow!
  2. 1st String Practice – 7/27 – # 3 steady but slow tempo.
  3. 2nd String –
  4. Practice B C & D
  5. Practice: 1st and 2nd Strings Together
  6. 3rd String – G and A

Music Theory:

  1. The Musical Alphabet: The Naturals
  2. The Musical Alphabet: The Accidentals
  3. First Intervals – Half Steps and Whole Steps
  4. How to Find Any Note on the Guitar
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3 comments on “H. Madison
  1. Mackenzie says:

    Happy
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  2. madison says:

    White Horse – T Swift
    Happy –
    15 – T Swift

  3. Admin says:

    If I die Young – Perry

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