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Lesson Posted on 23/05/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Chords Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Country Folk Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Points of authority chords and lyrics by Prince y kumar

Prince Y Kumar

Im teacher for more then 10 years i know how to deliever the most effective and easiest method of playing...

Em Em Em Em Em Forfeit the game Before somebody else F Takes you out of the frame And puts your name to shame Em Cover up your face You can't run the race F The... read more
[Intro]

Em
Em
Em
Em

[Pre-verse]
Em                                  
Forfeit the game Before somebody else
                                         F
Takes you out of the frame And puts your name to shame 
Em            
Cover up your face You can't run the race 
                                   F
The pace is too fast You just won't last 

[Verse]

E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F                             
You love the way I look at you
E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F    
While taking pleasure in the awful things you put me through
E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F
You take away if I give in
E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F
My life My pride is broken

[Chorus]
Em                                 Fsus2
   You like to think you're never wrong
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You have to act like you're someone
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You want someone to hurt like you
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You want to share what you have been through
(You live what you've learned)

[Verse]

E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F
You love the things I say I'll do
E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F
The way I hurt myself again just to get back at you
E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F
You take away when I give in
E5           D5 E5 D5 E5 D5 E5 F
My life           my pride is broken

[Chorus]
Em                                 Fsus2
   You like to think you're never wrong
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You have to act like you're someone
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You want someone to hurt like you
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You want to share what you have been through
(You live what you've learned)

[Pre-Chorus]
Em                                  
Forfeit the game Before somebody else
                                         F
Takes you out of the frame And puts your name to shame 
Em            
Cover up your face You can't run the race 
                                   F
The pace is too fast You just won't last 

[Chorus]
Em                                 Fsus2
   You like to think you're never wrong
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You have to act like you're someone
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You want someone to hurt like you
(You live what you've learned)
Em                                 Fsus2
You want to share what you have been through
(You live what you've learned)


[Chorus]
Em                                 Fsus2
You like to think you're never wrong – Forfeit the game
(You live what you've learned)
Em                           Fsus2
You have to act like you're someone – Forfeit the game
(You live what you've learned)
Em                             Fsus2
You want someone to hurt like you – Forfeit the game
(You live what you've learned)
Em                             Fsus2
You want to share what you have been through
(You live what you've learned)
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Lesson Posted on 21/05/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Tabs Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Country Folk

Sweet child o mine chords and lyrics

Prince Y Kumar

Im teacher for more then 10 years i know how to deliever the most effective and easiest method of playing...

Guitar Tuning: Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, Bb, eb or the equivalent with sharps) D C G D D C G D D C G D D She's got a smile that it seems to me C Reminds me of childhood memories G Where everything D Was as fresh as a bright blue sky D Now and... read more
Guitar Tuning: Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, Bb, eb or the equivalent with sharps)


[Intro]

D C G D
D C G D
D C G D

[Verse]

D
She's got a smile that it seems to me
  C
Reminds me of childhood memories
       G
Where everything
                                D
Was as fresh as a bright blue sky
D
Now and then when I see her face
    C
She takes me away to that special place
         G
And if I stared to long
                              D
I'd probably break down and cry


[Chorus]

A               C              D
Whoa Oh, Sweet child o' mine
A               C              D
Whoa, Oh, Oh, Oh Sweet love o' mine


[Instrumental]

D C G D


[Verse]

D
She's got eyes of the bluest skies
   C
As if they thought of rain
  G
I hate to look into those eyes
    D
And see an ounce of pain
    D
Her hair reminds me of a warm safe place
      C
Where as a child I'd hide
    G
And pray for the thunder and rain
     D
To quietly pass me by


[Chorus]

A        C              D
Whoa Oh, oh, Sweet child o' mine
A              C                D
Whoa, Oh, Oh, Oh Sweet love o' mine


[Instrumental]

D C G D
D C G D


[Chorus]

A               C              D
Whoa Oh, Sweet child o' mine
A               C              D
Whoa, Oh, Oh, Oh Sweet love o' mine
A               C              D
Whoa Oh, Oh, Oh Sweet child o' mine
A               C         D
Ooooooooh Sweet love o' mine


[Instrumental]

Em C B A
Em C B A 
Em C B A 
Em C B A

((After "A" chord, you will count 8 beats before proceeding to "Em G A C D" part))

Em G A C D
Em G A C D 
Em G A C D
Em G A C D

[Outro]

Em              G               A                 C D
Where do we go, Where do we go, Where do we go now----
Em              G               A                 C D
Where do we go, Where do we go, Where do we go now----
Em              G            A                 C D
Where do we go, Sweet child, Where do we go now----
 Em                  G             A                              C D
 Aih, Aih, Aih, Aih, Aih, Aih, Aih where do we gooooooooooooo  now----
 Em            G          A                 C D
Where do we gooooooooooo, where do we go now----
Em            G       A                 C D
Where do we gooooooo, where do we go now---- 
Em             G     A                  C           D
Where do we go-----, where do we go now Now-now-now-now-now-now-now
 Em     G             A C D      Em  
Sweet child, sweet chi-. . ld of mine
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Lesson Posted on 21/05/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Chords Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Country Folk

Patience GNR chords and lyrics

Prince Y Kumar

Im teacher for more then 10 years i know how to deliever the most effective and easiest method of playing...

C G A D C G A D C G C Em C G D D C Shed a tear cause I'm missing you G I'm still alright to smile A D Dsus2 D Dsus4 D Dsus2 D Girl I think about you every day now C Was a time when I wasn't sure G But you set my... read more
[Intro]

C G A D    C G A D
C G C Em   C G D D


[Verse 1]

C
  Shed a tear cause I'm missing you
G
  I'm still alright to smile
A                              D      Dsus2 D  Dsus4 D  Dsus2 D
  Girl I think about you every day now
C
  Was a time when I wasn't sure
       G
But you set my mind at ease
A                                  D       Dsus2 D  Dsus4 D  Dsus2 D
  There is no doubt, you're in my heart now


[Chorus]

C             G
  Said woman, take it slow
      C                Em
It'll work itself out fine
C              G              D     Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
All we need is just a little patience
C             G
  Said sugar, make it slow and
      C              Em
It'll come together fine
C              G              D     Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
All we need is just a little patience
D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
            Patience (whispered)
D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
      uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh
D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah


[Verse 2]

C
  I sit here on the stairs
         G
Cause I'd rather be alone
   A
If I can't have you right now
      D        Dsus2 D  Dsus4 D  Dsus2 D
I'll wait, dear
C
  Sometimes I get so tense
      G
But I can't speed up the time
    A
But you know love, there's one more thing
       D   Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
To consider


[Chorus]

C             G
  Said woman, take it slow
    C                    Em
And things will be just fine
C                 G             D      Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
You and I’ll just use a little patience
C             G
  Said sugar, take the time
          C                    Em
Cause the lights are shining bright
C                G                 D     Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2
You and I've got what it takes to make it
   D            Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D
We won't fake it
 Dsus2 D                  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D
Ahh,   I'll never break it
Dsus2    D            Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
 Cause I can't take it


[Solo]

C   G   C   Em   C   G   D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
C   G   C   Em   C   G   D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D
D  Dsus2 D  Dsus4  D  Dsus2  D


[Bridge]

D  D/F#  G  D/F#  D            G
              A little patience
  D
Mmmmm yeah
       G
Mmmmm yeah

                D
Need a little patience
     G
Yeaaaaah
                D
Just a little patience
     G
yeaaaaah


[Verse 3]

D
  I've been walking the streets tonight
G
  Just trying to get it right
D
  It's hard to see with so many around
    G
You know I don’t like being stuck in the crowd
        D
And the streets don't change but maybe the names
G
  I ain't got time for the game
         D
Cause I need you
                  G
Yeah yeah, well I need you
         F
Ooooh, I need you
       G
Woh, I need you
            D     
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Lesson Posted on 11/07/2019 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Country Folk Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Strumming Patterns 2 | Beginner Guitar Lesson in Hindi

Gourav Singh

Gourav Singh's The Acoustican Guitar Classes provides the best guitar classes in Lucknow , formed in...

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How to Choose a Guitar.

Arpan Sen

-Worked with noted Indian tabla maestro Bickram Ghosh. -Collaborated with Irish flautist Mr. John Devitt. I...

The following details will help you become more aware of what to look for in a quality, adjustable instrument. And also the one that is inspected and properly adjusted.1. Pick your Size- Guitars are not a one-size-fits-all! Picking the correct size is most important because if you are uncomfortable playing... read more

The following details will help you become more aware of what to look for in a quality, adjustable instrument. And also the one that is inspected and properly adjusted.

1. Pick your Size- Guitars are not a one-size-fits-all! Picking the correct size is most important because if you are uncomfortable playing something too large for you, then you will have less motivation to pick it up to play.

2. Unpack and visually inspect guitar for shipping damage.

3. Check neck joint for the cracks and defects.

4. Check inside of guitar with an inspection light and mirror as necessary.

5. Tune guitar to standard pitch. The tuning machines should operate smoothly and accurately with the strings wound properly around the tuning post. Check to tune machine screws for proper tightness.

6. Check whether the strings are properly wound around tuning post to maximise tone and ensure less wear on tuning machines.

7. Inspect neck angle with a straight edge.

8. Bridge and Fingerboard should be about the same height above the guitar top. A bridge that is too high or too low can indicate a poor neck angle.

9. For acoustic guitars, the wood bridge should be securely glued with no open gaps.

10. String height or action at the nut should be low at the first fret, which results in all six strings being easy to play. Conduct preliminary inspection of action and overall playability.

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What Is Alaap Of A Raga?

AKSHAT KUMAR

The word alaap means a dialog or conversation. Alaap is a dialog between the musician and the raga. The purpose of including an alaap in a composition is for the singer to set the scene for the composition itself. In order to tell a story emotionally, the storyteller is required to set the scene for... read more

The word alaap means a dialog or conversation. Alaap is a dialog between the musician and the raga. The purpose of including an alaap in a composition is for the singer to set the scene for the composition itself. In order to tell a story emotionally, the storyteller is required to set the scene for the listener.

The alaap prepares the listener to receive the emotions from the singer. Suspense is also being built up through the alaap for the listener.

In other words, alap is the beginning part of the raga, starts with the key note of the mode it uses, that is “Sa”, both in the instrumental and vocal pieces.

The tempo at the beginning is usually slow in order to show the scale and the key structure of the melody. There is no drum in this section; if it is a piece of vocal music, there are no lyrics with it.

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Parts of the Guitar

AKSHAT KUMAR

Parts of the Acoustic Guitar: The bridge holds the ends of the strings in place. The guitar body amplifies the sound and sends it out through the sound hole. The pick guard protects the guitar body from getting scratched by a pick. The frets are the metal ridges embedded in the guitar neck. There... read more

Parts of the Acoustic Guitar:

  • The bridge holds the ends of the strings in place.
  • The guitar body amplifies the sound and sends it out through the sound hole.
  • The pick guard protects the guitar body from getting scratched by a pick.
  • The frets are the metal ridges embedded in the guitar neck. There are anywhere from 19 to 24 frets on a guitar neck.
  • The fretboard is the front of the neck where you place your fingers on the strings.
  • The small dots on the fretboard are fret markers for reference so you know where you are.
  • The nut is the top edge of the guitar neck and guides the strings.
  • The headstock holds the six tuning pegs in place.

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Parts of an Electric Guitar:

  • An electric guitar is plugged into an amplifier in order to make the sound louder.
  • The electronic pick-ups “pick up” the vibrations of the strings and convert them into an electronic signal, which is then sent to the output socket.
  • Each pick-up sounds different because of its location on the guitar body.
  • You use the pick-up selector to choose which pick-ups to turn on.
  • The back pick-up sounds twangy and vibrant (good for lead guitar), while the
  • Front pick-up sounds full and rich (good for rhythm guitar).
  • The body holds the pick-ups in place.
  • The volume control knobs control the volume for each pick-up and the tone
  • Control knob controls the brightness of the sound.
  • Some electric guitars have a whammy bar connected to a floating bridge to change the tension in the strings while playing so you can make cool sounds.
  • The neck and headstock on the electric guitar are basically the same as the acoustic guitar, however the tuning pegs on this electric guitar are all on one side.

 

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Guitar Tuning

AKSHAT KUMAR

Tuning the Guitar: Tuning the guitar can be quite a difficult task for anyone. The way the guitar is setup makes it difficult for the guitar to be in tune everywhere on the fret board. For this reason, I suggest that you go out and buy an inexpensive tuner. You can usually find one for around $20 at... read more

Tuning the Guitar:

Tuning the guitar can be quite a difficult task for anyone. The way the guitar is setup makes it difficult for the guitar to be in tune everywhere on the fret board. For this reason, I suggest that you go out and buy an inexpensive tuner. You can usually find one for around $20 at any music store. Having your guitar in tune lets you concentrate on learning to play, not hours of learning how to tune. Besides, all the pros use tuners on stage when they play. Why do you think the lights go dim between songs?

Relative Tuning

Relative tuning is a process of tuning the guitar that is based on the pitch of the low E string. All strings will be tuned according to the pitch of this string. If the low E string is pretty close to being in tune, then this process will work fine. If it isn’t, then you will be tuning the guitar too low or too high. You can obtain the correct pitch for this string by using a piano or a pitch pipe.

Once you have the pitch for the E string, you will then tune all the other strings by using the sound of another string.

Use these steps to tune the guitar by using relative tuning:

1. To tune the A string put your finger on the 5th fret of the low E string. This will give you the sound for the A string.
2. Now put your finger on the 5th fret of the A string. This will give you the sound for the next string down, the D string.
3. Again put your finger on the 5th fret of the D string. This will give you the sound for the next string down which is the G string.
4. Now when you get to the G string, put your finger on the 4th fret to give you the sound of the next string down which is the B string.
5. Finally put your finger on the 5th fret of the B string to get the sound for the next string down which is the high E string.

Tuning this way takes practice, which is good for ear training and understanding notes. Also you can buy guitar tuner if want to tune in an easy way.

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Left, Right and Center (Co-Ordination and Timing) - The essential involuntary action for guitar playing

Kaushal Chandrasen

Music production is an art involving skill and experience that comes from passion, years of training...

This article, or lesson if you may want to call it, is aimed basically at the beginners to help them consciously improve the co-ordination that will help make the learning faster by focussing on the physical aspect of learning whether you are just learning how to play or any new technique on the guitar.... read more

This article, or lesson if you may want to call it, is aimed basically at the beginners to help them consciously improve the co-ordination that will help make the learning faster by focussing on the physical aspect of learning whether you are just learning how to play or any new technique on the guitar. Applicable to any style of guitar playing. This has nothing to do with any kind of theory or any music in particular. Although it is aimed at the beginners, intermediate players also may find it useful to better their co-ordination skills. 

To begin with, even for someone that has been playing the guitar, perfect co-ordination between the subtle motions of the left and the right hand, combined with perfect timing  has to be consciously developed and curated. This is a factor every guitar player comes across somewhere or the other, struggle with, while trying to learn every new lick, technique or while improvising. Conscious focus is most essential to master the ability to pull off any piece of music, tune, lick as and when you think of it, WHILE performing. Keeping your mind and body (not just the arms and feet) free of any kind of tension is an essential pre requisite, and so is the posture and a comfortable positioning of the instrument.

At an advanced level, you’re just thinking and formulating whatever you’re gonna play, well in advance to the actual playing and the playing is almost involuntary. To make this happen, the amount of time put into practice directly corresponds to the speed in which you think and transfer those thoughts to the involuntary action of playing that involves the right fingering with one hand and simultaneous strumming, picking or plucking with the other, WHILE playing. This is so important because, the chances are, after you’ve crossed the initial hurdle of getting the left and the right hand moving the right ways, you’ll keep coming back to this while trying to arpeggiate a chord, or while trying to move back and forth a triad or while skipping strings or learning a new lick, or trying to copy a trumpet lick, or trying to develop a smoother legato playing or somewhere else and the possibilities are endless.

Start slowly is the first thing any teacher would say to a student and that is for a reason. It involves a combination of complex mechanism where the fretting arm moves laterally and the fingers, a combination of lateral and vertical movements, while the picking/strumming hand/fingers move vertically. For beginners, this requires a certain amount of getting used to. The more you try playing new stuff, the more you keep coming across this. That’s when you go back to the slow mode and start focusing on the co-ordination, i.e. left, right and center. Gotta run it down left, right and center.

 

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Guitar lesson plans for beginners guide

James Bellgard

I'm a Professional musician and teacher from a reputable school reaching Guitar, keyboard,vocals I take...

Welcome to my interests of the instrument Guitar as to say it's a vast learning subject never ending theories of mastering the guitar is not a walk in the park it takes years of practices, interest, self discipline, listing of various types of technical expertise includes firstly a good listener who... read more

Welcome to my interests of the instrument Guitar as to say it's a vast learning subject never ending theories of mastering the guitar is not a walk in the park it takes years of practices, interest, self discipline, listing of various types of technical expertise includes firstly a good listener who listens to various kinds of music and also should have a flexible mind in doing so love for the instrument and choosing a good one to start as a begginer to follow the daily exercise of the lessons and to understand the notes on the Fretboard in relation to the scales and chords application to the lessons and learning programs well it to long story to continue as I'm still learning to master the guitar after, more then 30 years of experience well all the best to all the students and teachers out there where there is a will there's a way.

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