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Delbosque - The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?) album

Delbosque - The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?) album
Performer: Delbosque
Title: The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?)
Country: Spain
Genre: Electronic
Style:Trance
Released: 1999
MP3 album szie: 1705 mb
FLAC album size: 1228 mb

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In this guitar lesson, we're going to take a look at how you can play your guitar more like a piano player. The guitar is a unique instrument in that we tend to think in shapes rather than notes. Pianos are laid out linearly, which makes thinking about the notes in a chord a lot easier. Piano players tend to play chord inversions so that they don't have to make such large movements when changing between chords. We'll be looking at how we can utilize the CAGED system to do the same thing and make some chord transitions a lot easier. For example, if we had a G major chord spelled G, B, D. When we play a G major chord, we typically have G as the lowest note. If we had B as our lowest note, but still included all the same notes, we would have a G major chord in 1st inversion. If we did the same thing and had D as our lowest note, we would have a G major chord in 2nd inversion.

I'd like to know: What's the difference between "he plays the guitar. and "he plays guitar. With instruments like the guitar, the piano, the drums, and the s used in jazz and popular music-the article is often omitted. With instruments associated mainly with baroque or classical music, . the flute, the oboe, the French horn, the harpsichord, the bassoon, the definite article is often used. Because the piano and the guitar, as well as other instruments like the bass (viol) are used in playing all kinds of music, the definite article is more likely to be used when talking about a classical musician's type of instrument

Tracklist

The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?) (Club Version) 6:39
The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?) (Single Edit) 3:40
The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?) (Instrumental) 6:28
The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?) (Accapellas) 1:38

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TP9029MX Delbosque The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game?) ‎(12") Temprogressive TP9029MX Spain 1999
TM9029CDMX Delbosque The Spelled Guitar (Do You Like To Play The Game) ‎(CD, Maxi) Tempo Music TM9029CDMX Spain 1999