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“Learn Guitar By Ear”



From: David Tinney
Date: Thursday, September 19
Re: Learn Guitar By Ear

Dear Friend,

There are many different routes to go if you want to learn how to play the guitar. For example, you can take private lessons from a certified teacher. You can also teach yourself—from a book, an instructional video, or a website. No matter how you learn how to play the guitar, you will eventually come to a point when you will want to learn how to play a song that you are familiar with. Maybe you want to learn how to play your favorite song from your favorite CD by your favorite band. Or maybe, you heard a song on the radio that you want to learn how to play. What about your favorite television theme song? Whatever song it is, one way to learn it is to purchase the sheet music and learn how to play it from reading the sheet music. But another, more advanced way to learn the song you want is to learn guitar by ear. If you learn guitar by ear, you can pick up virtually any song you want—just by listening to the CD. This will become a useful skill, especially if you want to have a career in a music-related field. Follow these steps if you want to learn guitar by ear.

How To Learn Guitar By Ear

If you want to learn guitar by ear, there are a few tips that will help. The first thing you will need to do in order to learn guitar by ear is to train your ear. Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to be born with an ear for music in order to learn guitar by ear. You can, in fact, train your ear to pick up various aspects of the music. One thing you will learn to pick up just by listening to the music is changes in the chords, as well as identifies the differences between chords. It is important to be able to recognize the difference between major and minor chords. The next step when you learn guitar by ear is to tune your guitar. This may sound easy enough, but this is not all—you need to tune your guitar so that it is in tune with the song you want to learn. Sometimes this is best accomplished by tuning individual strings to be in tune with individual notes. If you can follow these simple steps, you are well on your way to learn guitar by ear.


Sincerely,

David Tinney

 



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