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مُساهمةموضوع: If you don't know how to read guitar tab   الخميس نوفمبر 05, 2009 3:45 pm

F
e |-13------------------|--------------------|---------------------|
B |-10------------------|--------------------|---------------------|
G |-10------------------|--------------------|-----------------10--|
D |-10------------------|------10-----10-12--|-10-12-14--12-14-----|
A |-12-10-12--10-12-13--|-12-13----13--------|---------------------|
E |-13------------------|--------------------|---------------------|


e |---------------------|--------------------|-------10-----10-12--|
B |-----------------10--|---10-11--10-11-13--|-11-13-----13--------|
G |----10-12--10-12-----|-12-----------------|---------------------|
D |-14------------------|--------------------|---------------------|
A |---------------------|--------------------|---------------------|
E |---------------------|--------------------|---------------------|

F Bb F
e |-10-12-13--13--------|-13-------13--------|
B |----------(13)-------|-15-------13--------|
G |-----------10--------|-15-------14--------|
D |-----------10--------|-15-------15--------|
A |-----------12--------|-13-------15--------|
E |-----------13--------|(13)------13--------|


















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Friday, May 22, 2009


F Major Pentatonic without Capo



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.
Wednesday's ascending awesomeness, tabbed in (low to high) E A D G B E standard tuning:
F
e |-8-------------------|---------------------|---------------------|
B |-10------------------|---------------------|-----------------10--|
G |-10------------------|-----------------10--|----10-12--10-12-----|
D |-10--------------10--|----10-12--10-12-----|-12------------------|
A |-8--10-12--10-12-----|-12------------------|---------------------|
E |(Cool------------------|---------------------|---------------------|

e |-----------------10--|----10-13--13--------|
B |----10-13--10-13-----|-13--------10--------|
G |-12------------------|-----------10--------|
D |---------------------|-----------10--------|
A |---------------------|-----------12--------|
E |---------------------|-----------13--------|
















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Thursday, May 21, 2009


G Major in F with Capo or Full-Step Down Tuning



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.
Yesterday's last chord, capo'd at the eighth fret:
F
c |--5--|
G |--2--|
Eb|--2--|
Bb|--2--|
F |--4--|
C |--5--|
Today, we'll play something valid either while capo'd at the 10th fret or with no capo but tuned down to (from low to high) D G C F A D:
F
d |-3-------------|---------------|---------------|---------------|
A |-0-------------|---------------|---------------|------------0--|
F |-0-------------|---------------|------------0--|---0-2--0-2----|
C |-0-------------|-----0----0-2--|-0-2-4--2-4----|-4-------------|
G |-2-0-2--0-2-3--|-2-3----3------|---------------|---------------|
D |-3-------------|---------------|---------------|---------------|

F Bb F
d |---------------|-----0----0-2--|-0-2-3--3------|-3------3------|
A |---0-1--0-1-3--|-1-3----3------|--------3------|-5------3------|
F |-2-------------|---------------|--------0------|-5------4------|
C |---------------|---------------|--------0------|-5------5------|
G |---------------|---------------|--------2------|-3------5------|
D |---------------|---------------|--------3------|(3)-----3------|


















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Wednesday, May 20, 2009


A Major in F with Capo



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.
Yesterday's last chord, capo'd at the fifth fret:
F
a |--3--|
E |--5--|
C |--5--|
G |--5--|
D |--3--|
A |-(3)-|

Let's capo the eighth fret, play the F major chord, go through a neat-sounding ascending F major pentatonic scale, and preview tomorrow's F chord (sans capo):
F
c |-0-------------|---------------|---------------|------------2--|
G |-2-------------|---------------|------------2--|---2-5--2-5----|
Eb|-2-------------|------------2--|---2-4--2-4----|-4-------------|
Bb|-2----------2--|---2-4--2-4----|-4-------------|---------------|
F |-0-2-4--2-4----|-4-------------|---------------|---------------|
C |(0)------------|---------------|---------------|---------------|

c |---2-5--5------|
G |-5------2------|
Eb|--------2------|
Bb|--------2------|
F |--------4------|
C |--------5------|




Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 1:31 AM

Labels: beginner, capo, f, f major, f major pentatonic, guitar, songwriting, tablature




Tuesday, May 19, 2009


C Major in F with Capo



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.
Yesterday's last chord, capo'd at the third fret:
F
g |--2-----------------------|
D |--3-----------------------|
Bb|--2-----------------------|
F |--4-----------------------|
C |--5-----------------------|
G |--------------------------|Let's capo the fifth fret:
F Gm Am Bb C Dm Edim F
a |--0--1--0--1--3--0--------|--3--|
E |--1--3--0--1--3--1--3-----|--5--|
C |--0--2--0--2--0--2--4-----|--5--|
G |--2--0--2--3--0--2--3-----|--5--|
D |--3-(0)-2--3--2--0--2-----|--3--|
A |-(3)----0--1--3-(0)-------|-(3)-|




Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: beginner, capo, f, f major, guitar, songwriting, tablature




Monday, May 18, 2009


D Major in F with Capo



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

Do you remember the last chord shape from yesterday's lesson (in bold), with the capo on the first fret?
F
f |--0-----------------------|--0--------------------4--|
C |--0-----------------------|-----4--2--0-----------5--|
Ab|--1-----------------------|--------------2--1-----4--|
Eb|--2-----------------1--2--|--------------------4--2--|
Bb|--2--------0--2--4--------|--------------------------|
F |--0--2--4-----------------|--------------------------|If we remove the capo, it would be tabbed like this:
F
e |--5--|
B |--6--|
G |--5--|
D |--3--|
A |-----|
E |-----|And if we capo the third fret:
F
g |--2--2--2-----------2--2--|--2-----------------------|
D |--3--3--3--3--3--3--2--3--|--3-----------------------|
Bb|--2--X--2--0--2--4--------|--2-----------------------|
F |--0--2--4-----------------|--4-----------------------|
C |--------------------------|--5-----------------------|
G |--------------------------|--------------------------|




Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: beginner, capo, f, f major, guitar, songwriting, tablature




Sunday, May 17, 2009


E Major in F with Capo



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We'll use a capo on the first fret with typical Key of E open chords, letting us play in F. Notice that compared to standard E A D G B E tuning, our capo'd tuning sounds a bit "brighter," just as tuning the guitar down to Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb sort of makes open chords sound "darker":
F
f |--0-----------------------|--0--------------------4--|
C |--0-----------------------|-----4--2--0-----------5--|
Ab|--1-----------------------|--------------2--1-----4--|
Eb|--2-----------------1--2--|--------------------4--2--|
Bb|--2--------0--2--4--------|--------------------------|
F |--0--2--4-----------------|--------------------------|




Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 1:01 AM

Labels: beginner, capo, f, f major, guitar, songwriting, tablature




Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Bb Groove in Standard Tuning, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're going to play a similar progression like yesterday's lesson, but in standard tuning (from low to high: E A D G B E), no capo. This one is more or less in 6/8 time:
Bbsus4
e|---------------------|---------------6--6--|
B|---------------------|---------------6--6--|
G|------------8--------|------------8--8--8--|
D|-6/8--8--8--8--8--8--|-6/8--8--8--8--8--8--|
A|-6/8--8--8--8--8--8--|-6/8--8--8--8--8--8--|
E|-4/6--6--6--6--6--6--|-4/6--6--6--6--6--6--|

F Fsus4 F Eb Ebsus2 Eb
e|------------8--8--8--|------------6--6--6--|
B|------10-10-11-10-10-|------8--8--6--8--8--|
G|-8/10-10-10-10-10-10-|--(Cool-8--8--8--8--8--|
D|-8/10-10-10-10-10-10-|-8(Cool-8--8--8--8--8--|
A|-6/8--8--8--8--8--8--|-5/6--6--6--6--6--6--|
E|---------------------|---------------------|











A Groove in Bb with Capo, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're going to play a similar progression like yesterday's lesson, but in standard tuning (from low to high: E A D G B E, with a capo on the first fret (F Bb Eb Ab C F). The tab numbers are relative to the capo. This one is more or less in 6/8 time:
Bbsus4
f |------------0--0--0--|------------0--0--0--|
C |------------3--3--3--|------------3--3--3--|
Ab|-0h2--2--2--2--2--2--|-0h2--2--2--2--2--2--|
Eb|---2--2--2--2--2--2--|---2--2--2--2--2--2--|
Bb|---0--0--0--0--0--0--|---0--0--0--0--0--0--|
F |---------------------|---------------------|

Fsus4 F Ebsus2 Eb
f |------------0--0--0--|---0--0--0-h2--2--2--|
C |------------0--0--0--|---3--3--3--3--3--3--|
Ab|------------2--1--1--|-1/2--2--2--2--2--2--|
Eb|-0h2--2--2--2--2--2--|---0--0--0--0--0--0--|
Bb|---2--2--2--2--2--2--|---------------------|
F |---0--0--0--0--0--0--|---------------------|









Monday, May 11, 2009


B Groove in Bb, Half-Step Down Tuning, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're back to the same (from low to high) Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb from last week's set of lessons. We're just going to get you started with a B-flat groove, which is usually B in standard tuning. Then take this little thread and make it a song (or at least a freeform jam), if you so choose. Tomorrow, we're probably going to try something else. This one is more or less in 6/8 time:
Bbsus4
eb|------------0-----0--|------------0-----0--|
Bb|------------0--0--0--|------------0--0--0--|
Gb|---4--------4--4--4--|---4--------4--4--4--|
Db|---4--4--4--4--4--4--|---4--4--4--4--4--4--|
Ab|-0h2--2--2--2--2--2--|-0h2--2--2--2--2--2--|
Eb|---------------------|---------------------|

F7add4 Eb
eb|------------0-----0--|------------0-----0--|
Bb|------------0--0--0--|------------0--0--0--|
Gb|------------3--3--3--|------------1--1--1--|
Db|---4--4--4--4--4--4--|---2--2--2--2--2--2--|
Ab|---4--4--4--4--4--4--|-0h2--2--2--2--2--2--|
Eb|-0h2--2--2--2--2--2--|-0----0--0--0--0--0--|





Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:36 AM

Labels: alternate tuning, bb, beginner, guitar, songwriting, tablature, waltz time




Saturday, May 9, 2009


E Riff in Eb, Bass Variation



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We'll embellish yesterday's bassline with slides. We'll even let the first guitar copy this modified bass line. We modified the second guitar to play Wednesday's bass guitar part (open Low Eb) while playing the octave lead. In any case, you can see that there are myriad possibilities even in the constraints of rather generic chord progressions:
Eb5 Gb Db Eb5 Adim Ab5
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--------------------------|
Db|--------------------------|
Ab|-----------5-----------7--|
Eb|--0--0-/3-----0--0-/6-----|

Gtr. 2
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--9--9-/12\11-16-16/15\14-|
Db|--X--X--X--X--X--X--X--X--|
Ab|--7--7-/10\9--14-14/13\12-|
Eb|--0--0--------0--0--------|

Bass
Gb|--------------------------|
Db|--------------------------|
Ab|-----------5-----------7--|
Eb|--0--0-/3-----0--0-/6-----|




Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: alternate tuning, bass, beginner, eb, eb minor, guitar, octaves, songwriting, tablature




Friday, May 8, 2009


E Riff in Eb, Guitar 2 Variation



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We'll have the Low Eb drone for the second guitar, and modify the last bit. We'll also have the bass play throughout the measure:
Eb5 Gb Db Eb5 Adim Ab5
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--------------------------|
Db|--------------------------|
Ab|--------5--5--------7--7--|
Eb|--0--0--3--2--0--0--6--5--|

Gtr. 2
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--9--9-/12\11-16-16/15\14-|
Db|--X--X--X--X--X--X--X--X--|
Ab|--7--7-/10\9--14-14/13\12-|
Eb|--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--|

Bass
Gb|--------------------------|
Db|-----------------------2--|
Ab|-----------5--------1-----|
Eb|--0--0--3-----0--0--------|




Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:59 AM

Labels: alternate tuning, bass, beginner, eb, eb minor, guitar, octaves, songwriting, tablature




Thursday, May 7, 2009


E Riff in Eb, Guitar 1 Variation



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

The focus here is the variation in the rhythm guitar part. We've also (re-)added lower bass notes for the second guitar to fill as an interesting fill in the blank when the bass isn't playing:
Eb5 Gb Db Eb5 Adim Ab5
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--------------------------|
Db|--------------------------|
Ab|--------5--5--------7--7--|
Eb|--0--0--3--2--0--0--6--5--|

Gtr. 2
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--9--9-/12\11-9--9-/15\14-|
Db|--X--X--X---X-X--X---X--X-|
Ab|--7--7-/10\-9-7--7-/13\12-|
Eb|--------0--10-------0--0--|

Bass
Gb|--------------------------|
Db|--------------------------|
Ab|--------------------------|
Eb|--0--0--------0--0--------|




Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 3:56 AM

Labels: alternate tuning, bass, beginner, eb, eb minor, guitar, octaves, songwriting, tablature




Wednesday, May 6, 2009


E Riff in Eb, Bass



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're slightly modifying the second guitar part, to add more breathing room to the bass guitar part we've added. Notice that the bass only plays the open Eb (for now) notes at "1-and" as well as "3-and." We'll propose various modifications and variations to the parts in the near future:
Eb5 Gb Db Eb5 A5 Ab5
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--------------------3--2--|
Db|--2--2--0--0--2--2--3--2--|
Ab|--2--2--2--X--2--2--1--0--|
Eb|--0--0--3--2--0--0--------|

Gtr. 2
eb|--------------------------|
Bb|--------------------------|
Gb|--9--9-/12\11-9--9-/15\14-|
Db|--X--X--X---X-X--X---X--X-|
Ab|--7--7-/10\-9-7--7-/13\12-|
Eb|--------------------------|

Bass
Gb|--------------------------|
Db|--------------------------|
Ab|--------------------------|
Eb|--0--0--------0--0--------|





Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:25 AM

Labels: alternate tuning, bass, beginner, eb, eb minor, guitar, octaves, songwriting, tablature




Saturday, April 25, 2009


Changing up the Rhythm Guitar in C#, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're going to arpeggiate the the thinnest strings of every chord to change up the Wednesday's rhythm guitar part. Remember, the time signature counts something like 1-2-3-4-2-3:

C#m C#m7 A Aadd9
e|--------4--------0--|--------5--------0--|
B|-----5--------0-----|-----5--------0-----|
G|--6--------6--------|--6--------6--------|
D|--------------------|--------------------|
A|--------------------|--------------------|
E|--------------------|--------------------|

E E5 B Badd11
e|--------7--------0--|--------7--------0--|
B|-----9--------0-----|-----7--------0-----|
G|--9--------9--------|--8--------8--------|
D|--------------------|--------------------|
A|--------------------|--------------------|
E|--------------------|--------------------|






Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: beginner, db, db minor, guitar, songwriting, tablature, waltz time




Friday, April 24, 2009


Finishing the Second Guitar Part in C#, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're going to try for a minimalist second guitar part to complement yesterday's strumming. To finish the part, we'll incorporate major 3rds, suspended 4ths, lowered 5ths, and octaves for the last two chords. Remember, the time signature counts something like 1-2-3-4-2-3:

C#m C#m7 A Aadd9
e|--------------------|--------------------|
B|--------------------|--------------------|
G|--------------------|--------------------|
D|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
A|--4--4--4--X--X--X--|--X--X--X--X--X--X--|
E|-----------4--4--4--|--5--5--5--0--0--0--|

E E5 B Badd11
e|--------------------|--------------------|
B|--------------------|--------------------|
G|--------------------|--------------------|
D|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--------------------|
A|--X--X--X--X--X--X--|--6--6--6--7--7--7--|
E|--0--0--0--7--7--7--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|






Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: beginner, db, db minor, guitar, songwriting, tablature, waltz time




Thursday, April 23, 2009


Building a Second Guitar Part in C#, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're going to try for a minimalist second guitar part to complement yesterday's strumming. We'll incorporate power chords, lowered 5ths, and octaves for the first two chords. Then we'll come back tomorrow for the last two chords. Remember, the time signature counts something like 1-2-3-4-2-3:

C#m C#m7 A Aadd9
e|--------------------|--------------------|
B|--------------------|--------------------|
G|--------------------|--------------------|
D|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
A|--4--4--4--X--X--X--|--X--X--X--X--X--X--|
E|-----------4--4--4--|--5--5--5--0--0--0--|

E E5 B Badd11
e|--7--7--7--0--0--0--|--7--7--7--0--0--0--|
B|--9--9--9--0--0--0--|--7--7--7--0--0--0--|
G|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|--8--8--8--8--8--8--|
D|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|
A|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|
E|--------------------|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|






Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: beginner, db, db minor, guitar, songwriting, tablature, waltz time




Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Thin Strings Ring in C#, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

We're going to let the two thinnest strings ring at the "4-2-3" count at the end of the measure. Remember, the time signature counts something like 1-2-3-4-2-3:

C#m C#m7 A Aadd9
e|--4--4--4--0--0--0--|--5--5--5--0--0--0--|
B|--5--5--5--0--0--0--|--5--5--5--0--0--0--|
G|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|
D|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
A|--4--4--4--4--4--4--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
E|--------------------|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|

E E5 B Badd11
e|--7--7--7--0--0--0--|--7--7--7--0--0--0--|
B|--9--9--9--0--0--0--|--7--7--7--0--0--0--|
G|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|--8--8--8--8--8--8--|
D|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|
A|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|
E|--------------------|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|






Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: beginner, db, db minor, guitar, songwriting, tablature, waltz time




Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Making It Four Chords (and the Truth) in C#, 6/8



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

Let's add the E and B chords to the C# minor progression. Remember, the time signature counts something like 1-2-3-4-2-3:

C#m A
e|--4--4--4--4--4--4--|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|
B|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|
G|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|
D|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
A|--4--4--4--4--4--4--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
E|--------------------|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|

E B
e|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
B|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
G|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|--8--8--8--8--8--8--|
D|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|
A|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|--9--9--9--9--9--9--|
E|--------------------|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|






Posted by Ryan DeRamos at 12:00 AM

Labels: beginner, db, db minor, guitar, songwriting, tablature, waltz time




Monday, April 20, 2009


Adding an A Chord to the C# 6/8 Groove



If you don't know how to read guitar tab (as computer text), this section of a Wikipedia article may help.

Let's add an A chord to the C#m chord. Remember, the time signature counts something like 1-2-3-4-2-3:

C#m A
e|--4--4--4--4--4--4--|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|
B|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|
G|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|
D|--6--6--6--6--6--6--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
A|--4--4--4--4--4--4--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
E|--------------------|--5--5--5--5--5--5--|
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