||This method is graduated, easy, direct and can
be used for self-instruction or in conjunction with a guitar teacher, step by step. The
goal with the Play Guitar method is to teach ANY ONE that has the will to learn to play
this instrument. The program
begins with a preparation for each study element followed by a combination of elements and
actual playing. The Play Guitar method is a graduated five stage method, following a
prefatory "How to" stage.
sentence description of each chapters:
"How to" - How to hold the guitar, position the hands and pluck the
Chapter I: Privatization - Elaborating
elements: plucking with
the thumb, fingers, and using the left hand.
Chapter II: Combining the basic
elements using the sign script: thumb and fingers plucking the strings together and
combining both hands.
Playing short pieces using the numeric system (TAB): Malaguena, Waltz, Blues and more.
Learning the notes of the first position.
Chapter V: Studying
pieces for your first performance (for family and friends).
For more information about the method, enter to our concept page
in the Play Guitar method.
FAVORITE GUITAR PIECES. Easy
FAVORITE GUITAR PIECES Vol. II. Easy Arrangements ready for guitar
MY FAVORITE GUITAR PIECES Vol. III: Easy Arrangements ready for guitar students:
Seven Etudes -A guide for the
young guitar artist:
These are seven short etudes, each of a different nature. These etudes
provide important material for learning to prepare a musical piece. They also make it
possible to study musical elements. After learning the notes we can deal with
understanding the nature of the piece, the sounds, the colors, the dynamics and other
issues which the professional performer must deal with. The etudes are recommended as
material for exams and concerts.
Here are two of them for examples: Etude no. 1 Etude no. 6
4 obligatory exercises for advanced students:
These exercises provide intensive practice of several
advanced techniques. Each exercise is based on a relatively catchy theme, in order to
enable the student to focus his efforts on developing technique and speed. After studying
the exercises, there are some suggestions for variation in the right hand fingers in order
to make the best of this exercise.
exercise deals with a different technical aspects [Out of stock]
Exercise no. 1: Arpeggio - a familiar Blues melody.
Exercise no. 2: Tremolo - a melody played on the second string.
Exercise no. 3: Legato - a sort of dialogue between the bass and soprano
Exercise no. 4: Arpeggio - running broken chords along the soprano strings.
This together with a single string scales practicing (major, natural minor) are making a
great solo playing preparation for jazz, popular music, solo within a song or any
Etude for i-m-a
Two parts Etude, written in: A-B-A. Based on chromatic-passages and a tremolo.
An important technical piece for guitar teachers and advanced student, as we are having here a new concept for training the right hand fingering: The i-m-a fingers will plucked in cycles according to stabled patterns; and not according to the strings' heights order! [A must piece for every guitarist!]
Progressive exercises for your right hand
Fast and short, yet very effective right hand method.
The exercises are progressive from the very easy level up to where you can play tremolo.
The exercises are written in Tabs as basic patterns, so that you'll be able to develop your playing by adding bass's
Recommended as a daily practicing for every guitar student and teacher. [Read
I. Pre-exercises for scales along a single string
II. Scales along a single string
III. Cross-vertical scales
IV. Scales from the basses
VI. Harmonic & Melodic Minor
VII. Modes [Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian]
VIII. Pentatonic Scales
IX. Maqamat [Hijaz & Nakriz]
One of the best ways to obtain advanced technique, master the guitar neck, and play guitar compositions at a higher level of ability and quality, is by practicing Chord Arpeggios. Just like scales and etudes, they should be practiced on a regular basis.
Here is a new approach and concept recommended for advanced guitar
students as well as guitar teachers! [Read
an Etude written for your right hand thumb = p.
That's where the name P-Tude
- came from.
mobile piece that will boost
your p as
it jumping in and between treble strings to bases.
this piece daily, starting from very slowly then gradually increase your
speed; will improve your technique dramatically!
Make sure your thumb =
is flying while your right hand is free and lose and with no effort, yet make sure
that your thumb is hitting the strings precisely.
A new and effective method to practice and master the guitar's fifth
Guitar students find it difficult to handle, and there were
no specific method - till I wrote "Mainly Position V".
string has three level of practice: One line study, Short Etude and
short Composition - all related to the string the page is dealing. For example
see page No. 1...