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Learn Guitar Theory

Music to your ears.

Lessons for all levels and styles

Learn Guitar Theory

by Raja Mohammad Zishanullah
iLearnGuitar
Learn Guitar Theory
Learn Guitar Theory

What is it about?

Lessons for all levels and styles... It doesn't matter if you play an acoustic guitar, electric guitar or both. Our lessons are designed for both. Whether you are a complete beginner or if you have been playing for years and years, we have designed an app for you that will change the way you look at the guitar.

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Appendix

Appendix.

Virtual guitar.

Virtual guitar

For those who...

  • It’s ideal for guitarists of all skill levels.

Not for those who...

  • None of the lessons themselves are interactive or animated. They’re all just static text.

Why we love it

If you’ve always wanted to learn tablature, finger placement, and everything else guitar-related, this is the app for you.

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App Details

Version
5.0
Rating
(564)
Size
55Mb
Genre
Music Books
Last updated
November 24, 2015
Release date
October 10, 2011
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App Store Description

Lessons for all levels and styles... It doesn't matter if you play an acoustic guitar, electric guitar or both. Our lessons are designed for both. Whether you are a complete beginner or if you have been playing for years and years, we have designed an app for you that will change the way you look at the guitar.
The following guitar lessons have been created with the beginner in mind. It is suggested that new guitarists begin at lesson one, spending at least one week learning the exercises and songs in that lesson before moving on. Learning to relax while playing guitar will help immeasurably, so be sure to have fun!

Guitar Lesson 'One'
1-Overview
2-Parts of a Guitar
3-The neck: A closer look
4-Holding a Guitar
5-Holding a Pick
6-Tuning (Appendix For Details)
7-Playing a Scale
8-Playing Basic Chords
9-Learning Songs
10-Practice Schedule

Guitar Lesson 'Two'
1-Overview
2-A New Scale
3-Names of Guitar Strings
4-Learning an E Minor Chor
5-Learning an A Minor Chord
6-Learning a D Minor Chord
7-Learning to Strum
8-Learning to Strum - cont'd

Guitar Lesson 'Three'
1-Overview
2-The Blues Scale
3-Learning an E Major Chord
4-Learning an A Major Chord
5-Playing an F Major Chord
6-Chord Review
7-New Strumming Pattern

Guitar Lesson 'Four'
1-Overview
2-The Musical Alphabet on Guitar
3-Notes on the Neck
4-Power Chords
5-Power chords (con't)
6-F Major Chord Review
7-Strumming Patterns

Guitar Lesson 'Five'
1-Overview
2-Sharps and Flats
3-'12' Bar Blues
4-The B Minor Chord
5-Scale Review

Guitar Lesson 'Six'
1-Overview
2-Chromatic Scale
3-Open 7th Chord
4-Barre Chord Basics
5-Strumming Patterns

Guitar Lesson 'Seven'
1-Overview
2-Barre Chords
3-Fingerpicking
4-Hammer-ons
5-Pull-offs

Guitar Lesson 'Eight'
1-Overview
2-More Advanced Fingerpicking
3-Strumming Patterns
4-Slash Chords
5-Sliding
6-String Bending

Guitar Lesson 'Nine'
1-Overview
2-The Major Scale
3-Strumming Patterns
4-Sus4 Chords

Guitar Lesson 'Ten'
1-Overview
2-Palm Muting
3-Major Chord Inversions
4-Chord Revision (QUIZ)
5-Advanced String Bending

Guitar Lesson 'Eleven'
1-Overview
2-Seventh Barre Chords
3-Major Chord Inversions II
4-More on Strumming Patterns