#1
OK, so i'm a NOOB to this guitar thing. I have worked through the little "guitar for noobs" that I got at the music store with my guitar and am familiar with strumming a good handfull of chords. I want to try to start learning how to pick chords tho, and songs to practice with, but I have no idea where to even begin with this. I am used to the diagrams that UG provides, because the DVD that I had utilized the same thing, but is there a particular order? Where do I begin with this? Help!
#3
its the same deal with playing full chiords - your hand will still remain holding down the chord but instead of strumming, you just pick individual strings. This is called an arpeggio, some good songs to help you are - house of the rising sun, behind blue eyes, knockin on heavens door, dont cry etc which use basic chords but in an arpeggiated way.
#4
What you say pick chords, do you mean
arpeggiate chords?
or choose chords?
or even pick single notes?
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#5
when i started out, i just learned songs that i liked. just try bands you listen to, and find others that you think are your skill level.
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