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When it comes to learning guitar or piano, we all have to start from the pitch first. It is to learn what are musical note names on the sheet music and their corresponding positions on the fretboard or the keyboard.
At the first glance, the pitch seems easy to learn. It’s just 7 letters in the alphabet: A B C D E F G. But where exactly these notes on the fretboard or the keyboard? Many often have no idea about it.
That’s why today, our guest blogger – Neil from sublimelody.com brings us a visual guide about the connections of musical notes, guitar frets, and piano keys.
Before moving forward, make sure you’re already know how to read the pitch name of a musical note.
Now, let’s get started!
Dominant 7 Chord Altered Extensions - Guitar Infographic
This infographic with three neck diagrams is a useful reminder for beginner guitarists and composers. It shows how to build a drop 2 seventh chord from each note of the major scale.
Jazz is a beautiful and unique genre of music, and one that often has guitar at its center. Many jazz guitarists play electric guitars, but some choose to go with acoustic. The diversity of guitars is so much more than simply electric versus acoustic, though. There are different brands, different styles, different materials, different numbers of strings, and more! All of these variations help to achieve a desired sound and look by the musician.
The infographic from TakeLessons below shows 20 different types of guitars and also lets you hear music from the artists who made them famous. Each guitar is as special and interesting as the legend who played it. This might just help you choose which guitar is your new favorite!