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  • 1. acoustic guitar book 29/01/2010 By Raman sanoria
  • 2.
    • The guitar has evolved from a simple 17th century 6 string instrument to a modern electronic tool used in nearly all types of music.
    17th Century Classical Guitars Brian Moore 2.13 MIDI Guitar
  • 3. Guitars are built differently depending upon the focus and technique of the musician.
    • Basic Differences Include:
    • Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar (Steel String), Electric Guitar
    • Nylon or Steel String
    • Solid, Hollow, or Semi-Hollow Body
    • Length, Width, and Height of the Body & Neck
    • Wood (ex: Mahogany/ Maple)
    • Finish (ex: Natural Wood/ Tobacco Burst)
  • 4. The rich history and complexity of the guitar is preserved today by most universities, which offer degrees in classical and jazz guitar.
    • Kenny Burrel, Jazz Program Director, UCLA
    UCSC Classical Guitar Ensemble
  • 5. Acoustic guitar book
    • Never stop playing
  • 6. VOL 1 It ’ s all about six strings
  • 7.
    • Guitar basics for beginners
    • LEARN TO PLAY CHORD A WITH ALL VARIATIONS
  • 8. A major
  • 9. A major VARITIONS
  • 10. A major VARITIONS
  • 11. A MINOR
  • 12. A MINOR VARITIONS
  • 13. A DIM
  • 14. A DIM VARITION
  • 15. A aug
  • 16. A aug Variations
  • 17. a sus
  • 18. a sus Varitation
  • 19. a 6
  • 20. a 6 variation
  • 21. A 7
  • 22. A 7 Variation
  • 23. A maj7
  • 24. A maj7 Variation
  • 25. a 9
  • 26. a 9 Variations
  • 27. a add9
  • 28. a add9 Variations
  • 29. a m6
  • 30. a m6 variation
  • 31. A m7
  • 32. A m7 Variation
  • 33. A mmaj7
  • 34. A mmaj7 Variation
  • 35. A m9
  • 36. A m9 variation
  • 37. A 11
  • 38. A 11 v ariations
  • 39. A 7 sus 4
  • 40. A 7 sus 4 Variations
  • 41. A 13
  • 42. A 13 variation
  • 43. A 6add9
  • 44. A 6add9 Variation
  • 45. A -5
  • 46. A -5
  • 47. A -5 Variations
  • 48. A 7-5
  • 49. A 7-5 variations
  • 50. A 7maj5
  • 51. A 7maj5 Variations
  • 52. A maj9
  • 53. A maj9 Variations
  • 54. THANKS FOR WATCHING GOOD LUCK FOR FUTURE NEVER STOP PLAYING

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