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Lesson Posted on 07/08/2017 Music/Instrumental Music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

How To Practice Guitar (for beginners)?

Arpan Sen

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

Here is few tips for beginners: 1) Don’t slump down into a low sofa: This restricts your movement and makes playing guitar very difficult. (Especially if you’re using a large bodied dreadnought or jumbo acoustic.) 2) Don’t sit in a chair with arms: Again, this restricts your movement... read more

Here is few tips for beginners:

1) Don’t slump down into a low sofa:

This restricts your movement and makes playing guitar very difficult. (Especially if you’re using a large bodied dreadnought or jumbo acoustic.)

2) Don’t sit in a chair with arms:

Again, this restricts your movement and encourages you to keep your left elbow tucked in to your torso, this is terrible for guitar playing!

If you want to learn how to play acoustic guitar correctly your left arm must be completely free of obstructions.

3) Don’t perch on a high stool:

Low stools are perfect for guitar playing, but high stools are forbidden for guitar players! If you’ve tried playing at the breakfast counter you will probably have experienced this already…

Playing on a tall stool tends to make your thighs slope downwards and this means the guitar slips away from you while playing.

If you want to learn how to play acoustic guitar it’s a prerequisite that the instrument is secure.

4) So what’s the best ‘Thing To Sit On’?

Sit on anything you want, provided these two things are in place:

  • Your knees should be at a 90 degree angle or angled slightly towards you.

  • Both arms should be totally free from obstruction.

With these two things in place you can learn how to play acoustic guitar quicker and with less frustration.

But now a days few guitar player is using different techniques, in that case you may have to break some of these rules sometime. 

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Lesson Posted on 15/07/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Basic Music Theory (Instrumental)

Vamsi Sagar

I am a keyboard teacher, teaching music from the year 2013, and thought Music in several Music is teaching...

Have you questioned yourself how to start understanding the basic music theory to begin with any musical instrument? Here is the theory: 1. What is Music? Music is all about sound. Every sound has a note in it (it can either be called as pitch as well). Every note has a name. 2. So what are... read more

Have you questioned yourself how to start understanding the basic music theory to begin with any musical instrument? Here is the theory:

1. What is Music?

  • Music is all about sound.
  • Every sound has a note in it (it can either be called as pitch as well).
  • Every note has a name.

2. So what are the names of musical notes?

The names of musical notes are denoted with english alphabets from A to G.

So Music notes are:

  • A  B  C  D  E  F  G (notes are similer as SA  RE  GA  MA  PA  DA  NI)
  •  A    B     C     D      E     F      G    {Western nOtes}
  • SA   RE  GA   MA   PA   DA   NI    {classical notes}

Above are the different musical notes, so in our next lesson we will learn about how those notes are used in playing a song or How those notes gives beautiful molodical sound?

 

 

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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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Lesson Posted on 31/05/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Country Folk Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian classical +6 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Jazz & Blues Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Rock & Roll Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Western Classical Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music less

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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Lesson Posted on 07/05/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Baazigar O Baazigar - Guitar Tabs

Amanstrings Strings

Hello My name is Aman.I am music teacher. I teach Guitar, Piano, Harmonium, Mendolin . I teach both...

Baazigar O Baazigar - Guitar Tabs E---5-5----6-5-------5---------------------B--------8-------8-6----8-6-5-8-6-5---6--G-------------------------------------7----D----------------------------------------A----------------------------------------E----------------------------------------Mera dil tha akela,... read more

Baazigar O Baazigar - Guitar Tabs


E---5-5----6-5-------5---------------------
B--------8-------8-6----8-6-5-8-6-5---6--
G-------------------------------------7----
D----------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------
Mera dil tha akela, tune khel aisa khela


E----------------------------------------
B---5-----5------------------------------
G-----7-5---7-5----5------------5-5-6-6-7---
D----------------8----8-7-7-8-8--------------
A----------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------
Teri yaad main jagoon raat bhar


E----------------------------------------
B-------5-8-8-6-5/6-5---------------------
G-----6----------------7--------------------
D---7------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------
Baazigar O'Baazigar
Tu hai bada jaadugar (Same)


E--5-5------------------------------------------
B-------8-6/5-5-----5-5-------------5-8-6-5-6-6----
G-----------------7--------------6-----------------
D---------------------------7-------------------
A-----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------
Chupke se aankhon ke raste, woh mera dil main samaya,

 

E-----------------------------------------------
B--6-6-5----------------------------5------------
G---------7-5------5-----------5-7----5---5------
D--------------8-7-----8-8--8------------8-----8-7
A-----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------
Chaahat ka jaadu jagaa kar, mujhko deewana banaaya.

 

E--5-5-5-5-6-5-8-8-6-5--------------------8-6-5-5----
B-------------------------8---8-8-8-5-8-5------------
G-------------------------------------------------
D-------------------------------------------------
A-------------------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------------------
Pehli nazar main bani hai, tu meray sapnoo ki rani

 

E--5-5-5-6----10--8-8--6---5-----------------8-6-5-5--
B-------------------------------8-----8-8-8-5----
G--------------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------------
Yaad rakhay gi ye duniya, apni wafa ki kahani

 

E---5-5---6-5------5----------------------
B-------8------8-6----8-6-5-8-6-5-----6---
G-------------------------------------7-----
D----------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------
Tere pyaar pe qurban mera dil meri jaan

 

E-----------------------------------
B-5------5---------------------------
G---7-5----5-----5---------------5-5-6-6-7-
D-------------8------8-7-7-8-8------------
A-----------------------------------
E-----------------------------------
Tujhe lag jaaye meri umar

 

E---------------------------------
B--------5-8-8-6-5/6-5---------------
G-----6-----------------7-------------
D---7-----------------------------
A---------------------------------
E---------------------------------
Baazigar O'Baazigar


-Aman Strings +917696842914

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Lesson Posted on 06/05/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Chodo Kal Ki Batein Guitar Chords From E major

Amanstrings Strings

Hello My name is Aman.I am music teacher. I teach Guitar, Piano, Harmonium, Mendolin . I teach both...

Chhodo Kal Ki Batein Chords from A Major Lyrics from Hum Hindustani A D Chhodo kal ki baatein, kal ki baat purani D A E Naye daur me likhenge milkar nayi kahani D ... read more

Chhodo Kal Ki Batein  Chords from A Major

 

Lyrics from Hum Hindustani

   

 A                                                   D

 Chhodo kal ki baatein, kal ki baat purani

 D                                  A                     E

Naye daur me likhenge milkar nayi kahani

 D                                 A

 Hum hindustani, hum hindustani - (2)

 A

Aaj purani janjeero ko tod chuke hain

 F#                                                      E

Kya dekhe us manjil ko jo chhod chuke hain

 A

Chand ke dar pe ja pahuncha hai aaj jamana

 F#                          D                           E

Naye jagat se ham bhee nata jod chuke hain

 C# m              Bm               E                     B

Naya khoon hai nayi umange, abb hai nayi jawani

  A                           E

 Hum hindustani, Hum hindustani

 

  C#                           E

 Hum hindustani, Hum hindustani

 

 Chhodo kal ki baatein, kal ki baat purani

 Naye daur me likhenge milkar nayi kahani

 Hum hindustani, hum hindustani

 

 Aao mehnat ko apna iman banaye

 Apne hathon ko apna bhagwan banaye

 Ram kee iss dharatee ko gautam kee bhumee ko

 Sapnon se bhee pyara hindustan banaye

 Naya khun hai, nayee umangein, abb hai nayee jawanee

 Hum hindustani

 

 Chhodo kal ki baatein, kal ki baat purani

 Naye daur me likhenge milkar nayi kahani

 Hum hindustani, hum hindustani

 Hum hindustani, hum hindustani

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 28/03/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Guitar class (Begninner)

Angvish K.

I am an experienced, qualified teacher and tutor with over 10 years of experience in teaching. Very enthusiastic...

I this lesson, students will be taught the following:- What is a guitar? What are the various types of guitar? How to hold and play a guitar? What a guitar body consist of ? Fundamentals of guitar. Strings and tuning. Basic finger practise. Learn some basic rhymes. The above will be taught... read more

I this lesson, students will be taught the following:-

  • What is a guitar?
  • What are the various types of guitar?
  • How to hold and play a guitar?
  • What a guitar body consist of ?
  • Fundamentals of guitar.
  • Strings and tuning.
  • Basic finger practise.
  • Learn some basic rhymes.

The above will be taught to the students who are new to guitar, and will be guided from scratch. The first month will be very basic, specifically about learning about guitar. The second month will be focused on left hand finger practice, learning about frets, all major and minor scales. After learning all of the above in the third month we will focus on some basic rhymes, tunes and finally learn how to play some Bollywood songs.

After learning all the above, we can proceed on to the intermediate guitar lesson and finally to the Advance lessons.

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Lesson Posted on 07/02/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Kabhi Kabhi Aditi- Jane Tu Ya Jane Na Guitar Chords

Sagar Gupta

Kabhi ka(Gm)bhi Aditi zinda(Gm)gi mein yuhi koi (Cm)apna lagta hai. Kabhi ka(Gm)bhi Aditi wo bich(Gm)har jaaye to ek (Cm)sapna lagta hai. Aise mei koi (Gm)kaise apne (Gm)aansu o ko (Cm)behne se roke? Aur (F)kaise koi sochle every(Gm)thing’s gonna be ok? Kabhi ka(Gm)bhi to lage zinda(Gm)gi mein... read more

Kabhi ka(Gm)bhi Aditi zinda(Gm)gi mein yuhi koi (Cm)apna lagta hai.
Kabhi ka(Gm)bhi Aditi wo bich(Gm)har jaaye to ek (Cm)sapna lagta hai.
Aise mei koi (Gm)kaise apne (Gm)aansu o ko (Cm)behne se roke?
Aur (F)kaise koi sochle every(Gm)thing’s gonna be ok?

 

Kabhi ka(Gm)bhi to lage zinda(Gm)gi mein rahi naa khu(Cm)shi aur naa mazaa.
Kabhi ka(Gm)bhi to lage har (Gm)din mushkil aur (Cm)har pal ek sazaa.
Aise mein koi (Gm)kaise musku(Gm)raye, kaise (Cm)hasde khush hoke?
Aur (F)kaise koi soch de every(Gm)thing gonna be ok?

 

(A#)Soch jara jaane(Cm)ja tujhko hum (A#)kitna chahte hai.
(Gm)Rotein hai hum bhi a(F)gar teri ankhon mein (A#)aansu aate hai.
(Gm)Gaane to aata na(Cm)hi hai magar phir (Cm)bhi hum gaate hai(Gm).
Ke Aditi (Cm)maan kabhi, kabhi (Cm)saare jahan mein an(F)dhera hota hai;
Lekin (Cm)raat ke (Gm)baad hi to sa(F)vera hota hai(F).

 

(A#)Tu khush hai to la(Cm)ge ke jahan mein (A#)chhaayi hai khushi.
(Gm)Suraj nikle (F)baadlon se aur (Gm)baatein zindagi.
(Gm)Suun to jara mad(Cm)hosh hawa tujh(Cm)se kehne la(Gm)gi.
Ke Aditi (Cm)wo jo bichhad-te hai (Cm)ek na ek din (F)phir mil jaate hai;
Aditi (Cm)jaane tu ya (Gm)jaane na phool (F)phir khil jaate hai(F).

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Answered on 26/12/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Mithun Taksande

Guitarist

A modes are special scales which bring out specific moods. Modes are as good as raagas of Indian classical music. The only difference is that origin of each mode is either of you seven notes of a major scale which itself is one of the modes (Ionian) or pure major.
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