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How To Remember 1,000 Tunes

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Table of Contents Terms of Use ….....................................................................................

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Table of Contents …...............................................................................

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About the Author …...............................................................................

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How To Remember 1,000 Tunes Overview ….............................................

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Parts of the Guitar ….............................................................................

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Holding your Guitar …............................................................................

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Holding the Pick ….................................................................................

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Reading the Diagrams …........................................................................

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Names of the Open Strings …................................................................

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How to tune your Guitar ….....................................................................

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Not All Songs Are Different …..................................................................

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Developing Your Groove …......................................................................

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Practice session #1: Learn the G chord ….................................................

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Practice session #2: Learn the Em chord …...............................................

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Practice session #3: Learn the C chord ….................................................

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Practice session #4: Learn the D chord ….................................................

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Practice session #5: Strumming practice (part 1) …...................................

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Practice session #6: Strumming practice (part 2) …...................................

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Practice session #7: LAST KISS by Pearl Jam …........................................

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LAST KISS – complete chord chart ….......................................................

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YouTube: Your practice partner …............................................................

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Practice session #8: STAND BY ME – Ben E. King …...................................

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Review ….............................................................................................

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Resources for the Advancing Guitarist …...................................................

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About the Author

Mike Hayes, the mind behind Express Guitar, is a guitar teacher, author, and musician boasting over 30 years of professional experience. He has been hailed as legendary among method teachers and session guitarists. Located in Queensland, Australia, Hayes is passionate about his work and dedicated to helping students achieve success quickly. Hayes began his performing career at the age of thirteen playing concerts, parties and country dances and has shared the stage with many top international acts including legendary rock guitarist Phil Emmanuel, jazz great George Golla and world renowned Hawaiian guitarist Jerry Byrd. Maintaining a healthy balance of 'street smarts' and formal education, Mike studied arranging and composing from Berklee College, Boston USA, recording engineering with Peter Miller (former producer for the Beatles); and he has had the thrill of having his music officially listed in the 31st annual Grammy awards ballot “Best Instrumental” category. Hayes' track record as an educator is equally impressive … from #1 hit's on the UK charts to back-up guitarist's for Casey Chambers, Roxy music and Amity Affliction his students can be regularly seen and heard on NATIONAL radio and Television working side by side with successful established performers. In the late 1970's Mike began teaching his techniques to others and opened a boutique Guitar Studio that works with guitar enthusiasts and career minded musicians in an effort to teach others how to apply the strategies he himself has developed and implemented in his own career. This sample course, HOW TO REMEMBER 1,000 TUNES, is a sneak preview of how Mike presents his blueprint for successful learning on Guitar. If you are interested in taking your guitar playing to the next level be sure to check out the EXPRESS GUITAR COURSE at: http://www.GuitarCoaching.com

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Overview Imagine yourself standing in front of a giant showcase that contained all the songs that have ever been written … that's pretty overwhelming isn't it? At first even trying to attempt to remember a few songs seems like an impossible task as not only do you have to contend with the vast catalogue of existing songs but also songs that are being written today as well as songs that you will want to learn, play and remember in the future. But what if I told you there is an easy way to do this; all it takes is a shift from passive to active listening. Active listening is essentially a process of developing different levels of perception so that you are able to mentally pigeon-hole songs into their appropriate musical category. Image that you had a special power like x-ray vision; only instead of x-ray vision we had developed the power to click on an imagery switch that activated a filter which would instantly identify the underlying musical characteristics of any song and place it in the correct category from future instant recall. Like this ...

Songs

filter

blues

Doo-wop

flamenco

two chord songs

There's nothing new about this process; when we are confronted by vast numbers of objects - tunes, people or anything else – our first step towards understanding how they fit into the overall scheme of things should be to divide and subdivide them into usable, understandable categories.

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Overview Perhaps we can illustrate this technique better by moving outside music for a moment. Let's say we wanted to categorise trees. How do you categorise this vast and complex subject? We divide and subdivide – and, as we divide and subdivide – many usable statistics emerge. I'm not an expert on trees so this is going to be pretty basic however, I'm sure you will get the idea. We would start with the big tree groups i.e., angiosperms, conifers, ferns, cycads and ginkgoes then begin to subdivide each category; the angiosperm group include: birch, maple, oak, apple, magnolia etc., each of these groups could in turn be further subdivided to reveal more information; for my example I'm going to go with apple trees.

trees

categorise

angiosperms

maple maple

fugi

oak

golden delicious

conifers

ferns

etc.

apple

gala

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red delicious

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Overview Back to our music project …

Songs

filter

Blues

Blues 1

doo-wop

Blues 2

12 bar version

Blues 3

flamenco

etc.

Blues 4

24 bar version

Again, this is a simplified illustration but I'm sure you can understand the concept by now! The name of the game is to pay close attention to everything you play with the intention of mentally pigeon-holing the information for instant recall in future musical situations. Now it's time to get to work on the guitar!

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Parts of the Guitar

Head

Head

Neck

Neck

Body Body

Acoustic Guitar

Electric Guitar

Holding the Guitar

When you are holding the guitar correctly, the thinnest string will be closest to the floor.

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Your Pick

Your pick should be of medium size, and medium to heavy in thickness. Avoid very large or odd shaped picks. Standard celluloid picks are well suited to this purpose and produce a good tone.

Holding the Pick

First finger relaxed

Fingers or pick: Approximately 90% of all guitar playing featured on CD and commercial media showcases the steel-strung guitar played with a pick. The pick is held between the thumb and first finger of your right hand. Experiment with holding the pick different ways to find the most natural way of holding the pick for you. You may want to begin by strumming the strings with your thumb and gradually introduce the pick as you become more comfortable with the pick. Even though using a pick will most likely feel a bit strange at first, it is important to persist with it in order to accurately produce the sounds you are hearing on recordings. http://www.GuitarCoaching.com

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Reading the diagrams

Head

Nut Frets

Neck Strings

The diagrams are illustrated viewing the guitar exactly as you see the guitar when you are playing.

The thinnest string is shown on the right-hand side of the page, the thickest string is shown on the left-hand side.

Open strings: When you pluck any string of the guitar with your right hand (without placing your left hand on the strings) we refer to the string being played as 'open'

Numbering the strings: The strings are numbered from the thinnest string. The thinnest string being the first through to the string six (the thickest string).

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Names of the six open strings:

G D

B

E Thin strings this side

A 1st string

E E = 1st string B = 2nd string G = 3rd string

Thick strings this side

D = 4th string A = 5th string E = 6th string

=> Check out AUDIO 1 for examples of open strings and their names

Audio 1

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How to tune your guitar:

It's important to develop the habit of tuning your guitar before each practice session.

=> To tune your guitar check out AUDIO 2

Audio 2 This is what you will hear: *

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String 1 (E) (the thinnest string) played four times *

String 2 (B) played four times

*

String 3 (G) played four times

*

String 4 (D) played four times

*

String 5 (A) played four times

String 6 (E) (the thickest string) played four times

If you need any help with these instructions refer to the diagram on page 11 - names of the open strings.

Electronic tuners are a great help! Tuning by 'sight' with an electronic tuner is convenient when you are in a noisy environment where it is difficult to hear your instrument well enough to determine the correct pitch. However, each guitar has it's own unique tuning peculiarities and although the tuner might tell you the guitar is in tune it is always best to double check using a variety of methods. By practising your tuning with AUDIO 2 you will be developing you 'ear' – your musical memory.

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Not All Songs Are Different! I am sure you have heard the phrase “I don't know what I like but I'll know it when I hear it.” That's what this lesson is all about: what exactly does the public like? Certain combinations of chords (referred to as chord progressions) have always been a hit with the audience. Whether a songwriter is aware of it or not, popular songs follow familiar structures that the public know and like. Once you learn the formulas that successful songwriters use, learning and remembering songs is a breeze. The trick to remembering songs is to study musical form and content: Musical form being the shape of the composition i.e., the number of bars etc. Musical content refers to the musical material used in the composition i.e., chords, scales etc. Let's begin with musical form … Music feels natural when it is divided into even measures (also referred to as bars) 4, 8, 12 and 16 bar templates are the most common. Here is an example of a bar of music:

The distance between two bar lines is called a measure

Bar lines

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Developing Your Groove! It's possible to learn many guitar playing skills - chords, scales, finger picking etc., however if the player does not develop their groove they will never play music! It's THAT important. So let's develop that rhythm. Natural accents - when we tap our foot we naturally feel accents on beat one and beat three. This is the heartbeat that keeps the music alive, it's the pulse that goes from beginning to the end of a piece. The strongest accent is always on beat one. A simple example is when people march:

LEFT 1

right

2

LEFT

right

3

HUP

2

3

4

4

Example #1 illustrates a 4 bar template with 4 beats in each bar.

Bar lines indicate the first beat

Slash marks indicate beats per bar

=> Listen to the heavy accent on the first beat on AUDIO 3

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Practice session #1: Learn the G chord The song LAST KISS is based on a popular chord progression, there are literally hundreds of songs that use the same exact progression, we'll use this song to get us started and in a very short time you will be able to add other songs of your choice to your list as you become familiar with the sound of this progression. Example #2 is the first step in learning your chord progression for LAST KISS. Play the G chord once and tap your foot for the remaining clicks. There is a four click intro to the chord progression before the G chord is played, remember to tap your foot as you listen; the chord progression will be played through twice on AUDIO 4

play no chord

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

no chord

4

1

2

3

no chord

4

1

2

3

4

count

Listen to example 2 played through twice in AUDIO 4

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Practice session #2: Learn the Em chord The small (m) placed after any chord refers to the chord being a 'minor' chord, which identifies the chord as having a 'sad' or 'melancholy' flavour. Em is the relative minor to G, which means of all the chords you could play Em is the most closely related to G. Essentially, G and Em represent the exact musical opposites. Example #3 is step two in learning the LAST KISS chord progression. Play the G chord once, then tap your foot for the remaining 3 clicks in bar one; strum the Em chord once in the second bar and count the remaining beats in bar two, then count the remaining 4 beats in bar three and 4 beats in bar four with your foot. There is a four click intro to the chord progression before the G chord is played, remember to tap your foot as you listen the chord progression will be played through twice on AUDIO 5

3

play

no chord

1

2

3

4

1

count

2

3

count

4

1

2

3

4

no chord

1

2

3

4

count

Listen to example 3 played through twice in AUDIO 5

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Practice session #3: Learn the C chord Pay close attention to the sound you are producing from your guitar, each chord has a unique musical 'weight' or 'density', listen in deeply to the unique quality of each chord as you play them. Example #4 is the third step in learning the LAST KISS chord progression. Play the G chord once then tap your foot for the remaining 3 clicks in bar one; strum the Em chord once in the second bar and count the remaining beats in bar two, play the C chord in bar three and count the remaining beats in bar three then count the four beats in bar four with your foot. There is a four click intro to the chord progression before the G chord is played, remember to tap your foot as you listen; the chord progression will be played through twice on AUDIO 6

4

play

no chord

1

2

3

4

1

count

2

3

4

1

count

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

count

Listen to example 6(a) rhythm pattern on AUDIO 8

Audio 8

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Practice session #6: Strumming practice (part 2) The strum pattern for example 6(b) is: (1

2

3) up down up

The audio begins with a 4 beat count in … then (1 up down up etc.

2

3) up down up; (1

2

3)

Reply this audio until you can confidently duplicate my strum.

=> Listen to example 6(b) rhythm pattern on AUDIO 9

Audio 9

(example played 4 times)

Example 6(c) demonstrates the complete strumming pattern ... down, down, up (3) up, down up

=> Listen to example 6(c) rhythm pattern on AUDIO 10

Audio 10

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(example played 8 times)

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Practice session #7: LAST KISS by Pearl Jam Now it's time to put all your hard work into practice, even though a song such as LAST KISS appears to be complex when you learn to break all the musical components down into tiny sections important information is revealed that helps us learn and remember tunes quickly. The complete chord progression for LAST KISS is on the page 22, notice how it's the same progression repeated over and over for the entire song – the same chords in the exact same order, the only thing to watch out for is the occasional four bar drum break. How to practice this song.

1. Play through the entire song strumming each chord on the first beat only, if you experience any difficulty keeping in time with the audio only strum the chords that you can play in time leaving out the difficult chords until you have practised them some more.

2. When you are confident of all your chord changes try playing along with the AUDIO 11 practice track using the strumming pattern.

The practice track for LAST KISS is on AUDIO 11

=> Play along with the complete practice track for LAST KISS on AUDIO 11

Audio 11

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Complete version of LAST KISS as recorded by Pearl Jam: G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | Drums / / / | Drums / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | Drums / / / | Drums / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | Drums / / / | Drums / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | Drums / / / | Drums / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | Drums / / / | Drums / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / | Em / / / | C / / / | D / / / | G / / / ||

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YouTube - Your Practice Partner Once you feel confident playing with the practice track (AUDIO 11) it's time to experience what it's like playing along with a full band. Fortunately, these days it's easy to do ... Previously, a guitarist either had to be in a working band or have access to a very large music library where they could research and study hundreds of songs in order to do the kind of musical pigeon-holing necessary to develop a well developed musical 'ear'. Problem solved ... YouTube ( www.YouTube.com ) is like a giant music reference library and is an incredibly useful (and inexpensive) way to learn! Here's some important tips to get the most when using YouTube when using the arrangements presented in EXPRESS GUITAR:

Step 1: Go to your favourite search engine and type in www.YouTube.com Step 2: Enter the song title and artist/band in the 'search' section (at YouTube). (in this instance you would enter ... Last Kiss Pearl Jam) Step 3: A number of optional videos of Last Kiss will be presented ... IMPORTANT: (a) only select the STUDIO (album) version of the song; sometimes referred to as OFFICIAL VIDEO (b) don't use 'live' versions even if they are by the recommended artist (c) do not select cover versions of the song … and that's all there is to it!

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Practice session #8: STAND BY ME by Ben E King It's time to review and consolidate your achievements, the chord progression you have learned makes up the background for many songs:



Laura Branigan's hit song Ti AMO has the same progression as LAST KISS



Ben E King's classic STAND BY ME is an 8 bar variation of this template, by the way John Lennon also recorded a version of this song.

Here is an example of what I mean by a variation of the chord progression you already know. Example 7 is the chord progression for STAND BY ME, notice how the chords are in the exact same sequence as the LAST KISS progression.

=> Play along with the chord progression for STAND BY ME on AUDIO 12

Audio 12

(example played two times)

Did you notice we are also using the exact same strum for both LAST KISS and STAND BY ME? Performance notes for STAND BY ME:



The Ben E King version of STAND BY ME has the same strum we have played on AUDIO 12; the John Lennon version has a different strum



Both the Ben E King version and the John Lennon version use the exact progression as example 7 only with a capo at the 2nd fret.

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Review – Just How Do You Remember 1,000's of Tunes? Connected learning is the key … linking new information to information you already know. A short list of other songs that use this progression could include … • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Stay (Just A Little Bit Longer) – Jackson Brown / Four Seasons Teardrops On My Guitar – Taylor Swift Every Day – Buddy Holly / James Taylor Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life – Monty Python Blue Moon – various artists Dreams Be Dreams – Jack Johnson I Will Always Love You – Dolly Parton / Whitney Houston This Kiss – Faith Hill Hungry Heart – Bruce Springsteen True Blue – Madonna No Second Prize – Jimmy Barnes Goodbye My Lover – James Blunt The Girl – Dallas Green and many others …

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All information contained in EXPRESS GUITAR is academically sound. The only requirement is that you can count up to the number 13 and know your alphabet from “A” through to the letter “G”. Don’t put off learning to play guitar – it’s faster and easier than you ever thought possible!

My best wishes to you in your continued musical success …

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Mike Hayes

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