This is a step-at-a-time enjoyable method for learning to play great sounding country guitar. Dix Bruce, in his humorous yet musically right-on teaching style, introduces you to country back-up, bass runs, Carter-style bluegrass picking, the Nashville Numbering System for indicating chord changes, use of the capo, transposition, and much more. Work at your own pace and learn to sound like the country greats! Written in standard notation and tablature.Now herea#39;s the G scale: G A B C D E FII G Scale# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 wh wh 1/2 wh wh wh 1/2 There is only one different note from the C ... Chord#G Am Em C D Em FjtAd G I ii iii IV V vi vii VIII/l Chords in keys are labeled with Roman numerals: uppercase for major chords (I, IV, ... So if I tell you that the chord progression to a song is I, IV, V, I, (aquot;one, four, live, oneaquot;) in the key of C youa#39;ll know that I mean to play theanbsp;...
|Title||:||You Can Teach Yourself Country Guitar|
|Publisher||:||Mel Bay Publications - 2011-01-13|