4th string root chords
|Notice that all the notes on the D string below are A notes. It is recommended that you learn how to play all these chords using a different root note. Move the root note up and down the fretboard and figure out the other chords as you move. You can use the blank guitar fret board illustrations to come up with your own chords.
Arpeggio Exercise in C Major
Learn to play a guitar arpeggio exercise using the chords of C, Dm, F and G. This exercise should be mastered. The fingering has been included for most of the chords. Notice that each note in the tablature is formed by the chord illustrated. To play this smoothly, your fingers must roll slightly. This means that you don't just finger the chords as normal. Go to the arpeggio lesson.
Heavier Rock type lead guitar part in C# minor
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