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TABS BOOKS
guitar tabs book
ELECTRONIC BOOK TECHNIQUES AND TABLATURES FOR GUITAR VOL. 1 PDF
The electronic book of techniques and tablatures for guitar volume 1 is 45 pages of explanations of the different techniques of the guitar and new exercises, in the form of guitar tablatures, practicing different musical styles such as: blues, rock, flamenco, classical, folk, metal ...
The book includes the tablature of our theme song: Memories

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bass tabs book
ELECTRONIC BOOK TECHNIQUES AND TABLATURES FOR BASS VOL. 1 PDF
The electronic book of techniques and tablatures for bass volume 1 is 44 pages of explanations of the different techniques of bass and unpublished exercises, in the form of tablatures, practicing different musical styles such as: blues, rock, flamenco, classical, folk, metal ...
The book includes the tablature of our theme song: Pop Blues

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TABLATURES
 In this section, guitar, bass, ukulele, banjo and violin exercises in tablature form are offered to you free of charge. They will allow you to practice different techniques explained below.
All explanations are written for right-handers. For left-handers, reverse the order of the hands. The images used represent a guitar tab. If your instrument has fewer strings the principle remains the same except that you will see fewer strings on the tablature.
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tab
TAB
The bottom line represents the big string and the top line the little string. The numbers on the lines represent the frets to be played. Use these tablature sheets to write your songs.
pick stroke
PICK STROKE
Play a pick down move is identified by the left sign and play a pick up move is identified by the right sign.

On the violin it designates the direction of the bow stroke. The left sign = push and the right sign = pull.

fingerpicking
FINGERPICKING
Play with the fingers of the right hand instead of the pick. "P" = Thumb, "I" = Index, "M" = Middle, "A" = Ring. On the violin the notation for playing with the fingers instead of the bow is the same but it is called pizzicato.


sweep picking
SWEEP PICKING
Leave the pick against the next rope. Technique for the speed of the pick.


legato slide
LEGATO SLIDE
Slide your finger on the handle from one fret to another, without removing the pressure to hear the sound of the slide.

On the violin they are called glissando
slide
SLIDE
Give a pick stroke to the first fret, slide and give a pick stroke to the second fret.

slide up
SLIDE UP AND DOWN
Give a pick stroke on a lower fret and slide to the indicated fret or give a pick stroke on the indicated fret and slide towards a lower fret.
slide down
SLIDE DOWN AND UP
Give a pick stroke on a higher fret and slide to the indicated fret or give a pick stroke on the indicated fret and slide to a higher fret.
staccato
STACCATO
Play each note detached, with a pause between each note. It is identified by a point above or below the note.

hammer-on
HAMMER-ON
Play the first note with the pick and hit the second note with the finger. It is identified by a link between ascending notes (frets).

On the violin play all the linked notes with a single bow stroke in the same direction. They are named ligado.

pull-off
PULL-OFF
Place all the fingers of the left hand in their respective places. Play the first note with the pick and pull the string with your finger. It is identified by a link between descending notes (frets).

On the violin play all the linked notes with a single bow stroke in the same direction. They are named ligado.

tapping
TAPPING
Hit the note identified by a "T" with the middle finger of the right hand.

power chord
POWER CHORD
Used in rock, blues and metal styles. We use fingers 1 and 3 for 2-note chords and fingers 1, 3 and 4 for 3-note chords.

arpège
ARPEGGIO
Play all the notes of a chord one after the other.

tierce
THIRD
Use fingers 1 and 2 for the frets next to each other and fingers 1 and 3 for the distant frets.

bend
BEND
Gradually push up on the string to tension the string and raise the sound according to the number of tones indicated near the arrow. Full means a tone.

bend release
BEND AND RELEASE
Gradually push up on the string to tension the string and raise the sound according to the number of tones indicated near the arrow and return the string to the initial position.

pre bend
PRE-BEND
Stretch the string and raise the sound according to the number of tones indicated near the arrow. Then give your pick.

pre-bend release
PRE-BEND AND RELEASE
Stretch the string and raise the sound according to the number of tones indicated near the arrow. Then hit your pick and return the string to the initial position.

vibrato
VIBRATO
Go up and down the string quickly to make it vibrate. It is identified by a wave above the tablature.
palm mute
PALM MUTE
Place the palm of your right hand on the strings, near the bridge, to reduce the resonance of the strings. It is identified by “P.M.” with a dotted line which shows the beginning and the end of the notes to be attenuated.


natural harminic
NATURAL HARMONIC
Place a finger of your left hand above the fret wire without pressing and play the string normally with the pick to produce a crystal clear sound. It can be identified by "N.H." above the note or be framed by: « < > ».

artifical harmonic
ARTIFICIAL HARMONIC
Place a finger with your left hand 12 boxes less than the number indicated. Lean, without pressing, the index finger of the right hand above the indicated fret wire and play the string with the ring finger of the right hand. It is identified by an A.H. above the note.

dead note
DEAD NOTE
Take the pressure off the finger of your hand on the neck while still touching the string to muffle the note. It is identified by an "x".

tremolo picking
TREMOLO PICKING
Play with the pick down and up as quickly as possible. It is identified by 3 italic lines superimposed above or below the note.

On the violin we only say tremolo. Play with the bow down and up as quickly as possible. It is identified by 3 italic lines superimposed above or below the note.
fingerpicking tremolo
FINGERPICKING TREMOLO
Play the bass with your thumb first, then play the ring finger, middle finger and index finger on the same string. All as quickly as possible.
slap
SLAP - POP
The slap is produced by striking the string with the side of the thumb of the right hand, it is identified by an "S" above or below the note. The pop is produced by pulling the string with the index or middle finger of the right hand, letting it fall so that it strikes the fret wires. It is identified by a “P” above or below the note.

double thumb
DOUBLE THUMB
Use the thumb of your right hand as a pick. It is identified by a "D" above or below the note to play the string down and a "U" to play the string up.

chord books
ukulele chords book
ELECTRONIC BOOK CHORDS AND NOTES FOR UKULELE VOL. 1 PDF
The electronic book chords and notes for ukulele volume 1 is 31 pages of explanations of the ukulele chords: major, minor, maj7, m7, m7b5, dim7, sus2, sus4,, 7sus4, m6, 6, 9, m9, dim, aug ... (in all tones), the notes on the neck in 1st and 5th position, the rhythmic values ​​in 4 and 8 and the explanation of the principle of the chords.
The book includes blank chord sheets and musical staves for your compositions.
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guitar chord books
ELECTRONIC BOOK CHORDS AND NOTES FOR GUITAR VOL. 1 PDF
The electronic book chords and notes for guitar volume 1 is 33 pages of explanations of the guitar chords: major, minor, maj7, m7, m7b5, dim7, sus2, sus4, 7sus2, 7sus4, 5, 6, 9, 13, 7 # 9, 7b9 ... (in all tones), the notes on the fret in 1st and 5th position, the rhythmic values ​​in 4 and 8 and the explanation of the principle of barred chords.
The book includes blank chord sheets and musical staves for your compositions.
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CHORDS AND NOTES
 
 
You will find below chord sheets for guitar, ukulele, bass, banjo, violin, harmonica, the position of the musical notes on the fretboard, the rhythmic values ​​as well as the writing in standard notation for the first position. In addition, we provide you with blank music sheets (staves and chords) for writing your own songs. Good composition!
All explanations are written for right-handers. For left-handers, reverse the order of the hands. The images used represent a guitar tab. If your instrument has fewer strings the principle remains the same except that you will see fewer strings on the tablature.
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accords
CHORDS
This diagram represents a guitar neck. The vertical lines are the strings, the big strings is on the left and the little strings is on the right. The horizontal lines are the frets. The end of the handle with the keys is at the top. The circles with numbers represent the fingers of the left hand (1 = index finger, 2 = middle finger, 3 = ring finger, 4 = little finger). The small circles above the strings represent the strings to play without a finger on them and the X the strings not to play. If there are numbers to the left of the chord they represent the number of the frets, otherwise they are frets 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. In addition, use our chord sheet to write your own chords.
maj
MAJOR CHORDS
A major chord consists of the first, third and fifth note of its scale (example in C: C, E and G). The first note always gives it its name.
min
MINOR CHORDS
A minor chord is made up of the first note in its scale, the third lowered by a semitone and fifth (example in C minor: C, E flat and G).
7
DOMINANT 7 CHORDS
A 7 chord consists of the first, third and fifth note of its scale as well as the seventh lowered by a semitone (example in C 7: C, E, G and B-flat).
maj7
MAJOR 7 CHORDS
A major 7 chord consists of the first, third, fifth and seventh note of its scale (example in C major 7: C, E, G and B).
m7
MINOR 7 CHORDS
A minor 7 chord consists of the first, the third lowered by a semitone, the fifth note in its scale as well as the seventh lowered by a semitone (example in C minor 7: C, E flat, G and if flat).
m7b5
MINOR 7b5 CHORDS
A minor 7 flat 5 chord consists of the first note of its scale, the third lowered by a semitone, the fifth lowered by a semitone and the seventh lowered by a semitone (example in C minor 7 flat 5: C, E flat, B flat and B flat).
portée
NOTES
Here is a diagram of the location of all the notes on the fretboard as well as the musical note writing for the first position. You will also find blank musical staves for your compositions.
rythme
RHYTHMIC VALUES
Here is a diagram of the different rhythmic values ​​in 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4.
gammes
HARMONICA SCALES
Here is the basic range for C (do) diatonic harmonicas. Above each note is the hole number. A + represents a blown note and otherwise it is an aspirated note. You will also find a sheet of all notes on the instrument.
arpèges
HARMONICA ARPEGGIOS
Arpeggios of the key of C, for diationic harmonica, used for accompaniments
accords
HARMONICA CHORDS
Blown and aspirated chords for diatonic harmonica.
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