|Learning Guitar - Lesson Ten|
|Part 1: Lesson Ten|
In lesson one of this special feature on learning the guitar, we were introduced to the parts of the guitar, learned to tune the instrument, learned a chromatic scale, and learned Gmajor, Cmajor, and Dmajor chords. Guitar lesson two taught us to play Eminor, Aminor, and Dminor chords, an E phrygian scale, a few basic strumming patterns, and the names of the open strings. In guitar lesson three, we learned how to play a blues scale, Emajor, Amajor, and Fmajor chords, and a new strumming pattern. Lesson four introduced us to power chords, basic note names on the sixth and fifth string, and new strumming patterns. In lesson five, we studied sharps and flats, were introduced to barre chords, learned to read tab, and learned a basic 12-bar blues. Then, in lesson six, we tackled 7th chords, more barre chords, a new strumming pattern, and a movable chromatic scale pattern. We learned the basics of fingerpicking, another barre chord, hammer-ons, and pull-offs in lesson seven. In the eighth lesson in the series, we learned more fingerpicking patterns, alternating bass note strums, sliding, and string bends. Lesson nine taught us a complex strumming technique, a two octave major scale pattern, and sus4 chords. If you are not familiar with any of these concepts, it is advised that you revisit these lessons before proceeding.
What You'll Learn in Lesson Ten
We'll learn a technique called palm muting, major chord inversions, and a more advanced bending technique. Plus, we'll have a little chord review quiz, and, as usual, learn more fun songs to play.
Are you ready? Good, let's start guitar lesson ten.