Guide To Reading Music: Lesson #8 - The Key Of E
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Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members E Major is the last of what I consider the five “guitar friendly” keys. Not that other keys could be considered unfriendly, but guitar players and songwriters tend to use keys ranging from zero to four sharps more commonly than keys with flats in them.

Of course a capo can easily transpose any of the five to the others.

This lesson starts with a look at the Major Scale, including fingering options higher up the neck, continues with playing the scale in thirds and sixths (intervals), and includes some easy sight-reading exercises.



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