Electric Guitar : How do I Read Music for Guitar?

Music made for guitar reads differently on notes and chords than regular sheet music does. Learn to interpret guitar music properly with help from a professional production artist in this free video.

Expert: Chay Alexander Wright
Bio: Chay Alexander Wright has been involved in music production since his days as a teenage musician in suburban Atlanta, and his principle instrument is the guitar.
Filmmaker: Pfelton Sutton

Series Description: Electric guitars have a unique ability to use a speaker to play music, and can be calibrated to play many different sounds. Learn the basics of electric guitar with help from a professional production artist in this free video.

Duration : 0:3:42


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4 comments on “Electric Guitar : How do I Read Music for Guitar?
  1. Patrick Newton says:

    The Waltz in 3 4 …
    The Waltz in 3 4 time i play in band lmao cool,

  2. Richard Randall says:

    except it’s 4/4 …
    except it’s 4/4 time 😛

  3. RandomthingIIike says:

    It’s funny because …
    It’s funny because it doesn’t say a thing about actually reading sheet music.

  4. 鬼ghost Play says:

    were is hes guitar …
    were is hes guitar head lol

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