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Any left hand finger on the 3rd space (fret). Use you finger tip and trap the egg string behind the piece of metal (fret) on the fingerboard.… More…

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Walking fingers on the string furthers away from you. Brush and rest. Swop, swop fingers 1 & 2. Try and make a sound on you guitar in time with the music playing here. Mainly for younger learners. More…

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A different pattern for a different string. Strings names from furthest away from you go E (eggs) B (boats) and G (goats).… More…

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Turn the rhythm around on the B string. More…

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Crotchet, crotchet minim. Play in time on the E string with a good sense of pulse. More…

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Like the major scale patterns going up (ascending) 3 steps up 1 step down. Then coming down (descending) 3 steps down 1 step up. More…

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Use the E minor pentatonic scale over the top. More…

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Let's go down the scale now, watch out for the ending! More…

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Go up 3 steps then come down one pattern. You will get to the top eventually! A new note F# at the 2nd fret on the 1st string. More…

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Jumping more than one note out of a scale. More…

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Jumping over notes we know. More…

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Same as A minor root note on 5th string, shifted up to 7th fret. More…

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Same as E minor shifted up to 5th fret, with no open strings here. More…

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A 5 notes scale across 6 strings! (5 notes from E to E) More…

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Spooky wizard chord casting spells. More…

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Next step after singing the song and doing the actions. More…

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Up and and down a C major scale with a G to E bit. More…

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C D E F G F E D C, up and down notes on second and first strings. More…

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Like the G pattern but starting one note higher and travelling up to the E string. This time with chords to back up your playing. More…