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To Learn The Guitar You Must First Learn Guitar Chords by Michelle Bery



Learning an instrument - and guitar specifically - can be a wonderful experience that fills you with the joy of achievement. Whether you want to master the guitar or just learn a few songs well, the process of learning guitar requires practice, along with the mastering of several techniques. Included in these techniques is the requirement to learn guitar chords. Such chords are your bridge to music.

In order to learn guitar chords you must first know the sound that each vibration on each guitar string makes. At this point you must also understand how finger placement will change the vibration on each guitar string. To learn guitar chords in this manner, practice and repetition are key to success. You will soon understand how different guitar chords come together to form a song. If you know the chords, you'll know the song - it's that simple.

When we reference guitar chords there are several different definitions depending on the type of music you wish to play. One such chord is the bar chord referring to those chords that are struck when the finger of one hand holds down all the strings on the fret of the guitar - the part at the end of the neck - while the other fingers cause vibration in one or two of the strings.

There are many ways in which to learn guitar chords. Aside from a guitar instructor who can show you proper technique and motivate you to practice, there are a variety of books, CDs, and DVDs that will allow you to teach yourself in the privacy of your own home.

Guitar tabs are especially helpful to learn guitar chords. Tabs - or tablature - refer to modified sheet music made for those who do not read notes. They are especially important, however, for beginners as they break down each song by showing visually the position your fingers must be in for each chord of the song. From this point, practice will help you learn the song without the use of guitar tabs.

If you do read notes, then the use of sheet music can be instrumental in your quest to learn guitar chords. Take advantage of all that is offered through modern technology in order to learn the best that you can. Before long, guitar chords will turn into full songs that you and those you love can enjoy for a lifetime.

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