learn those guitar terms you never knew!
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A term referring to the height of the strings above the fretboard.
When each note of a chord is played separately, For example a C major 7 arpeggio would have the notes C, E, G, B.
A term used to describe a quarter note bend by blues guitarists. Really good for expression
A system of identifying patterns of notes on the fretboard by using a repeating sequence of chords.
Ascending and descending by semitones
A technique in which thetremolo bar is depressed in order to create the sound of a bomb being dropped.
A style of playing that combines alternate picking and sweep picking. Alternate picking is used when playing notes on the same string and sweep picking when.changing strings.
A chord of two notes that are on adjacent strings and similar frets.
Refers to the thickness of guitar strings. Light gauges are easier for bending while heavier gauges are better for sustain
A note that is physically acted upon but not heard for example the first note of a pre bend.
Using the fingers and pick to play the.strings
The ability of a guitar to be in tune with itself.
A variation of a chord with the notes in A different order. For example C Majors notes of. C, E and G would be played G, E and C.