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Saturday, 19 November 2011

Andy McKee - Rylynn - Guitar - www.candyrat.com

Andy Mckee - Guitar - Drifting - www.candyrat.com

D Major Guitar Chord

E Major Guitar Chord

G Major Guitar Chord

A Major Guitar Chord

C Major Guitar Chord

CAGED major chords

CAGED is actually an acronym to the five easiest chords to play. Let's look at all five chords.












1. C Major chord
2. A Major chord
3. G Major chord
4. E Major chord
5. D Major chord

(Source: all images are taken from Wikipedia.org, the free encyclopedia)

Guitar...The Basics

Hi there, let's talk about guitar. Well, guitar can be said as one of the most popular musical instruments. Basically, there are two types of guitar: acoustic and electric.

The acoustic guitars are designed to be played without amplification. As for the electric guitars, they require amplifier to produce sounds loud enough to be heard.

Let's look at the components of guitar.


1. Headstock
2. Nut
3. Machine heads
4. Frets
5. Truss rod
6. Inlays
7. Neck and fretboard
8. Neck joint
9. Body
10. Pickups
11. Electronics
12. Bridge & Stop Tailpiece
13. Pickguard
14. Toggle-Switch


1. Headstock
2. Nut
3. Machine heads (or pegheads, tuning keys, tuning machines, tuners)
4. Frets
5. Truss rod
6. Inlays
7. Neck
8. Heel (acoustic or Spanish) - Neckjoint (electric)
9. Body
10. Pickups
11. Electronics
12. Bridge
13. Pickguard
14. Back
15. Soundboard (top)
16. Body sides (ribs)
17. Sound hole, with Rosette inlay
18. Strings
19. Saddle
20. Fretboard (or Fingerboard)


(Source: All images are taken from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
(Acoustic guitar: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Acoustic_guitar_parts.png)
(Electric guitar: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Electric_guitar_parts.jpg)