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Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 1

Prabir Jana, Instructor

Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 1

Prabir Jana, Instructor

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16 Lessons (1h 18m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:01
    • 2. Anatomy Of The Guitar

      3:36
    • 3. How to Hold the Guitar and Plectrum

      2:55
    • 4. String Name and Numbering

      2:45
    • 5. Right hand exercise 1

      8:02
    • 6. Right hand exercise 2

      3:17
    • 7. Right hand exercise 3

      3:19
    • 8. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 1

      6:36
    • 9. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 2

      5:55
    • 10. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 3

      5:10
    • 11. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 4

      3:54
    • 12. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 1

      8:51
    • 13. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 2

      8:00
    • 14. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 3

      5:34
    • 15. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 4

      7:38
    • 16. Conclusion

      0:54
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Guitar Course With a Proven Step By Step Learning Method

  • You need no prior knowledge
  • You Just Need a Guitar to start with.

Welcome to Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 1.

The main focus of this module is to provide the very basic exercises which has to be practice in daily basis as a warm-up exercise. Specially for beginners without these exercises your chords, scale , Lead, strumming pattern learning is close to impossible. Hence this is the best way to start guitar learning.

This module will help you to build the required strength in your fingers to play guitar comfortably and it will also help you to get the clear sounds from the guitar which is very important for all guitarists. 

What you'll learn from this module.

  • Course Introduction
  • Anatomy of the Guitar
  • How to Hold the Guitar and Plectrum
  • String Name and Numbering
  • Right hand exercise 1
  • Right hand exercise 2
  • Right hand exercise 3
  • Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 1
  • Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 2
  • Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 3
  • Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 4
  • Finger Stretching Exercise - Pattern 1
  • Finger Stretching Exercise - Pattern 2
  • Finger Stretching Exercise - Pattern 3
  • Finger Stretching Exercise - Pattern 4
  • Conclusion

All these videos are all straight to the point and clearly broken down for you. THERE IS NO EXTRA TALKING on the videos.

Thanks for taking the time to look at this course. My ultimate goal is to provide you the structured guitar lessons in a Easy Step by Step Method breaking into modules.

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Prabir Jana

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Hello, My Name is Prabir Jana. Professionally I am a software engineer having more than 12 years of experience in IT industry. Same time I am a guitar instructor too, and over the years I tried to figure out how to make guitar learning an enjoyable experience. I love teaching, thus to reach out to more students I created my YouTube channel that has 11000+ subscribers. And I am sure you will also be benefited from these well structured & well organized courses.

I am playing Guitar since 16 years and teaching guitar since 2009. I am also a music composer and love to play other musical instruments like Ukulele and Melodica. I have performed as a lead vocalist and guitarist of my college band and have won many prizes for my college.

I love teaching and my aim is to provide ver... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hi there. I want to welcome you to this Absolute Beginner Guitar. Listen easy step-by-step model. One course. If you are looking for an absolute easy step-by-step guitar lesson, then this is what exactly we are going to learn from here. My name is Jenna. I have been always preceded by my students because of my simplified guitar lesson broken into most easiest level. And the modeler is the pattern of teaching like model1 of beginner level model to a beginner level module three, you are beginner level model for a beginner level. Module five of beginner level than intermediate level model one model two module three, so on. In this model one cuz I have explained the basic foundations of learning guitar, the grassroot level of learning it. And this is pretty much important to understand and practice this lesson, to go ahead and learn your chord scales. And finally, all the songs without which you are caught in scale learning will be close to impossible because you will not be able to get clear sound while playing. You'll be struggling to place your finger on the fretboard. And spatially the muscle memory, it pretty skills has their own Pinker police into play. Suppose sometimes second fourth finger will come sometime. Third fourth finger will come. Okay? So this should come necessarily an automatically while playing. And all this thing is going to come through some finger PET and exercises. And I have covered all these fingerprint and exercises in this model. One cause. So this complete beginner level, I have modularized into pi modules. And these modules one each for basic foundation to get strength and flexibility in your fingers and also get clear sound from the frayed Buddha while playing the guitar. So this is going to help you to play all the course and all the scales comfortably. And so that you can play all the leads and solo or any songs comfortably and you'll get clear sound and people enjoy listening you, it's the structured way of learning returns so that you'll be able to understand why do you need to learn after what weightless and you need to learn a lesson. I will highly recommend you to enroll these course, and I wish you have a greeter learning. 2. Anatomy Of The Guitar: Hello, thanks for joining me. In this lesson, we're going to learn the anatomy of the guitar. Before we learn the anatomy of the Gita, let me tell you why we should learn anatomy of the getter. Like on human body. We know this is called knows, these are called fingers. Same way. We should also know the parts of the guitar. This helps to communicate. Suppose if you have got injury on your hand and you call the doctor and they will ask, you know, where you have got the injury. You can say that. Okay. I got it on my hand. Same way. If you break some part of the gitter. Okay. And if you tell someone, you can take a look at this part of the I have broken. Okay, so this helps to communicate. I hope you have understood why we should learn the Anatolian Ritter. Now, let's learn the ending of the guitar. The complete greeter has been divided into three parts. This is called the body of the guitar. This is called neck of the guitar, and this is called the head of the entire. Now, I'll explain in detail on hate part, what are the other parts we have Nick, but what are the other person and on the body, but what are the other parts we have inside? Ok, so this part of the Gita, it's called the headstock or head of the guitar. So this 11 key you can see are called tuning keys with hills to t on the guitar. This white portion of the guitar, you can see here it's called nut and UT nut. This complete version of the guitar, it's called neck. The front part of the data is called bore. This 11 metal pieces you can see are called prayed bar. This one on a box you can see are called crit. This wide dot you can see are called trademark. This helps to remember the frayed number. You can see here on the third, third box we have this. So this is third where this is first. This is second fret. Third grade. On third period, we have a white mug. Okay. And then peep than seven. So like this, it will help you to remember the freight number, this first dot on third grade, second dot on P38, third shot on seventh grade like this, it will help you to remember the frayed number, which will help you to learn guitar easily later on. So now we have learned the bitter and the naked theatre. Let's learn the body of the guitar. This is called the body of the guitar. Ok? These are called strings. This is called sound hole, where you hear the sound prom through faith, the sounds get generated. This is called breeds. This white piece is called breed saddle, where the strings are raised on this 11 pin called breed spin this Hills to hold the string to the body. This pin and this spin are called strafing, through which you can put the strap in and you can at just on your body and you can stand and hold a guitar and play. So this is all about the anatomy of the Gita. I hope you have understood. And if you haven't understood, please go through the lessons once again, you'll be able to understand these, okay? See you in the next lesson. 3. How to Hold the Guitar and Plectrum: In this lesson, I'm going to tell you how to hold the guitar and plectrum perfectly. Let's learn it. So first thing we need to do is this cut police. And if you see here, ok, this equation, if you see here, this would be on your ties, district B on your ties in iteration this cut poor listen on your ties. First step, second step. Your right-hand side. Elbows should be body of the guitar, like this part of the guitar. Okay. This portion of the Gita LBO, okay. You can see here the elbow, elbow will be the body of the guitar, this portion of the editor. Okay, thirsted unit to erase your little finger just behind the sound hole. Ok. And these two finger will be three. This two finger will be very free and relaxed. Okay, then you have to hold the platform with this. Next, I'm going to tell you how to hold the platform by zooming in, but now let us concentrate on holding the guitar. Okay, got foolish and would be on your thighs. So your elbows would be the body of the guitar like this. And your little finger, you need to rest on the body of the guitar behind the sound hole. And these two finger will be free and relax. And you have to hold like this, still fold this side. You can label it as per your comport. Okay? That's why you're comport of playing. Okay? You can like this. You can do like this, however you are comfortable with. Okay, so this is how you need to hold the guitar. Now, let us learn how to hold the plectrum. Let me zoom in a little bit. So first thing, you need to bend your index finger like this. You need to keep the plectrum on this. Then you need to Tom on it. Okay, so first thing, band the finger-like this full spectrum here and come on it. Okay? This part of the platform should point to the stream, okay. Once again, bend your index finger like these, port the plectrum on it, thumb on it. Okay. This is how you need to hold the platform. Hope you have understood. This is just a tapes for the bigness so that they don't struggle to hold the guitar and plectrum. But after 1015 days of playing the guitar, you use will be able to discover the way how to comfortably hold their guitar and plectrum by yourself. This happens to everyone in the world who have learned the guitar. Okay, event happened with me that first time I struggled, but after 10-15 days, I play it according to my comport. Sometime I play like this. Okay. Sometime I play like this, gets up to my choice. However, I'm comfortable with. Hope you have understood this. Listen, see you in the next lesson. 4. String Name and Numbering: In this lesson, we are going to learn the string number and the string name. These are costing of the guitar. And now we are going to learn the string name and numbering. Now let me tell you why we need to learn the string name and numbering. Suppose you have broken a string and you call to the shopkeeper and you ask for can you send me the string? Then they will ask widths doing you need. So in that case we need string name or numbering. We need to tell them, okay, same way the communities and to communicate with other UDC and, and guitarist. And also to learn the music theory about guitar. We need to know the string name and numbering. Hope you have understood why we need to learn the string name and numbering. Let's learn the string name and acquits thing. It's called word. Ok. So let me tell you the numbering first. This is very important to know. So always the stream number start from down, okay, the thinnest dream, this is first string, this is second string, this is third string, taut string, string, then this is 63. So from downwards, the numbering starts 123456. So now let us lambda string name. Okay, so as you have learned from downwards, let us start from down. The first thing, this is called fostering, okay? This is not the first thing. Ok, remember always start from down. So the first thing is called eStream. Second string is called B string. Thirsting is called G. Fourth string is called D. Pip string is called a, and the sixth string is called E again. So E, B, G, D a E. First thing, second string, string, fourth string, feasting 16, E b z d a, e. Two. Remember this easily. Okay, I'll tell you one, tapes it all day, go to bed early. E For it. All. A string, day, D-string, go G string, bid b string. Early. Easting. Okay, eat all day. Go bid early. This is how you can remember it easily, is just a tiffs. However you remember, I remember in this way, e, B, G, D, a, E. Hope you have understood the lesson. If you haven't, please repeat the listen once again, you'll be able to understand. Thanks for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 5. Right hand exercise 1: In this lesson, we are going to learn the right and exercise. Let me tell you first why we should learn right-hand exercise. So generally, when we play it or we don't look at our right hand side because we need to look at our left-hand side because there are a lot of things to play around. We need to play a lot of notes while playing the scales. We're to hold the courts and we need to chain the courts so we cannot look at both the side. Okay. So whenever we're playing it, and if I'm holding on left hand side, this third string, this note. So I need to play the third string. I cannot play the faltering or second steamer thirsting. Okay, so same way if I'm jumping to the second string. So I need to play the second string. Ok? So it is very much important that with whichever string we are holding on left-hand side, same string we need to strum. Okay, so because of which, we need to make sewer and we cannot look at both the side, like this side. I am holding this one. Then I look at this side and I'll play this, this way. We cannot play guitar, so we need to make sure that we are not looking at right hand side, okay? And Iperf a glittering don't look at the guitar itself. Okay, so like if I'm playing this, so I didn't look at the guitar at all. Ok, this actually comes through practice. So as a beginner guitar history, intermediate level guitarist, we can look at left-hand side at least, but not the right-hand side. Okay? This is very important to practice our right and in such a way that we don't look at the right-hand. But still, Whenever I'm holding a particular string, I make sure that I'm playing that particular string. Ok, so this comes through practice. If you have seen any concert, better, retirees are playing and you see the light is totally off and are very dark light, okay, in that you can't even see the string, but still they play in such a way, you know, it, it sounds amazing how they are playing that because they have that practice to play the guitar, okay, they don't even need to look at the guitar at all while playing. But as a beginner level or intermediate level guitarist, at least we can look at the left-hand side, okay? But we cannot look at both the side. Okay? So we have to make one site very much perfect. That is right hand side. So hope you have understood why we need to learn the right exercise, okay? And I am going to give you three exercises which will make your right-hand perfect in such a way you known it to look at your right-hand side, okay? And I'll make it so easy, that easy for you to learn. So only thing you need to concentrate while learning this lesson and into practice that way I'm saying, okay, so let's learn it now. Before we start the first exercise, I'll tell you one thing. There is one concept called alternate picking. So what does that mean? So whenever you were playing, the first rooks would be done, and the next books would be always. Downstroke. Next book will be always. This is called alternate picking. Who's a why we need to play alternate picking is to build the speed. This is going to help us playing very Foster, Okay? So this will build the speed on your plane, okay? Technically, if you're playing one struck down, okay? And if you are playing one once again down, so you have to come again and you have to play the downstroke. But while playing the alternate picking, we're doing a downstroke. Then while coming up, you are during the upstroke. So here, it saves time. This is how actually it make a difference. Okay, so hope you understood the alternate picking. So when you were playing, the first talks would be down and the next steps would be. So whatever we play, we play in that way. So hope you have understood what is alternate picking. So now, whenever we play will be always play in these wave one downstroke next talks would be up, okay. I request you to learn the lessons sequence, Ellie, the way I have structured it, please go one by one. Okay, don't jump into the lessons. You will not be able to understand few things. Okay, so let's learn state-by-state listened by listens sequentially. We are going to learn the lessons, okay, so as I already have told you, the string name and numbering, so now I'm going to use the terminology here while teaching these lessons. Okay, so now let's take the first right hand exercise 65. So when I'm telling the numbering is the string numbering, okay? So this is 16, this is fifth string disease for testing. This is testing, this is second thing. This is for a string. Just to repeat what I taught in the last lessons. Okay, so now this order is like, you know, sixth string downstroke, upstroke. Fourth string downstroke, thirsting, upstroke. Seconds, think downstroke. First thing after stroke. Okay, so this is while going down. Now when you are coming up, we have to start again with the downs, true. Ok, so we ended up with OK. Now we'll again start with Down's toxic. So the first thing will be down. Second string will be tight. Down. Posting will be fifth string will weigh down. 16 will be after this first exercise. So now you have to practice in this way, 65432112345. So it will always end with upstroke so that you can start with downstroke, Kagan. Okay? So you have to remember one thing that if you're not ending up with the upstroke, so that means you have mistakenly placed somewhere ok, so in it to make it correct, ok, this is very much important debt. While we're learning the basics, we should make it correct. Once you, once you have learned wrongly, you can never unlearned eight, it's very tough. Ok? So it is very much important that we should make our down and up perfectly. So now you have understood how to play this to now. Let me tell you how to practice. Ok. So it is 654321123456 and your fingers would be always that way. I have told how to hold a guitar. This fingers would be stick to this part of the Gita. And these two pingers will be open and pre, and you need to play like this, okay, 6541123456. Ok. Now you can tell like this. Okay. Down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down. So this is how you have to start practicing. Ok. Next, you have to ending up with the practicing like this. Without looking at the right-hand side, you have to practice. Okay. So it will be late 65. Once again, six, 5-4. Down, down, down, down, down. Okay? So this is how you have to practice. Okay? So hope you have understood this exercise and this is very much easy to practice. I hope I made it so easy to learn and please practice the way I have said. Ok, so now we have learned the first exercise. 6. Right hand exercise 2: In this lesson, we are going to learn the second right-hand exercise. Ok, let me tell you why we need to learn these episodes. So in this exercise, why do we are going to do is we need to skip one string and we need to play the other string. Okay? So we'll make it a pair. Ok? So the pair will be factual place six string and fostering. Then we'll play fifth string and string. Then we'll play fourth string and second string. Then we'll play touch string and fostering. Okay, so this is how the payer goes. You can see on the screen, okay, 6453423113, coming up, 13243546. Okay. But this is how we need to play. So when I'm telling the numbering, it is string numbers. Okay, now let me show you how to play this. So I am, as I said, already, to do alternate picking one down, next up. So six string, I'll play phi. Then fourth string and played, Okay, then I'll play fifth step down, thirsting for strings, down, second string, then thirsting down, fostering. And let me tell you now why we are learning this lesson. So sometimes we need to jump from third string to fasting. So we're building that practice that we can easily jump without looking at the guitar. Lugnano flushed into testing. What I'm doing is I'm just playing from testing to fostering and jumping without looking at the right-hand side. Okay, so this exercise will help you to build that practice, OK, strings dumping. So hope you understood this excessive. Now let me tell you how to practice this exercise. 654321, 134566 down, four, up, five down, three up, four down to three down. One up again will start from one down to down for clear down. Five of four down six L. So as I said, it will always end with the stroke so that you can start again with the downstroke. So this is how we need to practice it in that time. You play this without looking at that I tend side. Okay? So like this one. And you can build the speed accordingly, 6456. Okay, so this is how you need to practice this exercise. I hope I made it easy to make you understand this exercise. So keep practicing. 7. Right hand exercise 3: So in this lesson, we are going to learn the third right indexes eight. And you'll find so interesting to learn this lesson because this is something which will not make you bore, okay, these very melodious exercise we're going to practice now. And it will, you will find it's so nice to play these and practice this. Ok, so let me tell you what this is. This is a D1 prom Metallica, a song called Nothing else and better. Ok, so let us practice this. Let me play you first. Okay? And this is very interesting to play, isn't it? It's very melodious to listen. And I know you are going to practice this lesson more than the first right indexes a1, second right indexes. But let me tell you these three exercise. You need to practice it equally, okay. Makes you your practice first, right-hand second right. And exercise MDs one. Okay. This one I'm giving just to make sure that you feel good while playing this. Okay, so this listen also will help you. Do, you know, BID that practice of dumping the string. Ok, so now let us learn this. Listen. So what I'm doing is 61616 down thirsting second string, first string, seconds thing down, testing, testing second string, first string seconds. Okay, so this is how you need to play this. You've understood. Now let me tell you how to practice this without looking at the Gita. So now you have to practice like this and the sound you will get, you have to play this rhythm. This is a three by four to them patent. So it will be like 6321236321 to three init to tap, you need to tap in your in your in your fit or you can just like the 2123632123. Okay? So it's very easy to learn, but this is how the count goes. And you can practice with me to get that sound like 631 to 0.6, the farm for 63. So hope you have legged does listen and EOB understood this. Listen. If we haven't, please repeat WTO once again, it will be able to understand. So keep learning and keep practicing. 8. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 1: So in this lesson, we are going to learn how to combine our right hand and left hand. We already have learned three exercise for the right-hand. And I hope you have practiced this lessons. And now we are going to combine our left-hand OK. We'll break it in such a way that it's very easy for you to practice and to get that. Ok. So let me tell you why we're learning all these lessons. So this will build your basic skills to play guitar and get the good sounds while playing. If you are learning from social media in unstructured away and you started somewhere, you didn't learn that treated that way. You have to learn, okay? But it's a process. So in the structure way, you need to learn like you know, which lesson unit to learn four, then what then what I am teaching you as per the process of learning it at the exact process of learning return. Okay, let me tell you why we're learning this lesson. So these lessons will help you to get the clear sound while you were playing chords and scales and tabs and songs, anything you play, that will give you the clear sound. You'll be able to play clearly note by note, okay? And you will be able to find easy to hold the chords and play the courts. And you will get very nice sounds, okay? And people will enjoy while you are playing, Okay, so these lessons will build the strain on your finger and make it so flexible to play. Without any difficulty, it will be able to play guitar. Ok, so now let us learn the first exercise for the combining right-hand lend leptin, okay, for exercise, what we're going to practice is we'll keep our fashioning a 11 pingers. We'll be, we'll be practicing part will be adding one when Pinker. Okay, now let me tell you one important concept that finger numbering, okay? This is called first finger, this is called second finger, this is called third finger. This is called fourth finger or pinky finger. Okay. So this index finger is called a first finger and the middle finger is called the second finger. Ring finger is called the third finger, and this pinky finger is called the fourth finger. Okay, now what do we want to do is we'll keep our fingers first. We'll try to get the sound from each finger. Okay, we'll make sure that our each finger is getting the clear sounds. So for that, I have broken down the exercises into extreme level so that you find easy to learn. Okay, so now look at the poisoning of the finger. Okay? It's very easy. We'll place or finger just behind this metal bar, frayed bar if you see these fared, but we have to place the finger just behind the bar. And we have to praise in such a way till the, till the time you get the sound. So if you are placing like this, you'll get the sound okay? So you have to keep pressing till the time you get sound. So like if I am pressing like this and not getting the sound, so I'm keep racing, racing, racing and I am getting the sound. So you have to do this, ok, first you need to practice to get the sound up or sometime it will be easy for you and you will understand yourself how much you need to push to get this sound, okay? What we have understood this. Now, what willing to play each string, okay, for this first finger. Once we are ready with the first finger, then we'll go to the second finger, then will combine first, second. So we'll learn it state-by-state will break down the lessons into more extreme, easily will, and we'll learn one by one. So now let us practice this first finger. Down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up. Then we'll practice though. Nexting keeps going down, down, down, down, down, down, down, and forecasting down. Now. Then terracing down, up, down, up, down. Second, string, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up. Okay. Then we'll go back in the same way. Down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down. Okay. So this is how you need to practice this down, down. I'll seal. He was still looking at your right hand side like this. To like this. Ok. So don't do this. Okay? So to ever these m giving one TIF, so past practice between 606 string and fifth string, 1615. Now, once you are perfect, ok, you are not looking at the right-hand side. What we'll do is we'll, we'll, we'll add one more thing that is six by four. Okay. Then we'll add again coasting seats. Then again we'll like, you know, it will add seconds things by four. Then we'll go again to fostering. And we'll go from surplus to six. So always Edward, looking at right hand side, you can look at live translate, no problem. Okay. So I told you how to avoid this, okay, always we will practice between those thing then three string than forcing and five stinks. So it gives you the confidence not looking at the right-hand side and playing, okay. Down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down. Okay. So I hope you have understood this. Listen. So you need to practice till the time you don't look at your right hand side and you are getting the clear sound on the first finger. Okay. 9. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 2: In this lesson, we're going to add our second finger. Ok, so first we'll individually practice the second finger and then we'll add flushed and second finger. Okay. And lead us individually practice the second finger, okay. And you need to place your fingers as a seed B52 behind not on the A-A-B-A. Okay. So behind a bot and you need to break it till the time you get the sound. Okay, so if you're getting the sound, then Lidice practice, but listen. Same way we are going to practice that. We've you practice the first finger down? When I'm sitting down up downstroke. Upstroke. Okay. Okay. And it makes you to flesh being good is on the first page. It is not coming here and there. Okay. It makes you that you flush being good is on the phosphate we didn't this box. Okay. Okay. So once you get the clear sound, okay, and as I said, you do this, you need to practice in this week five student down our down time, you are not looking at the set practicing in-between these two string. Then you need to add one more strings by four. Then you can add one more thing seems. So like this. You need to practice to avoid looking at this side, okay? So once you have got the clear sound on your second, second finger, only it is add five-fingered and chicken fingers. So in this case, now, we are not going to play down, up in one Pingo Git will play first finger down. Second thing, that first finger downstroke, second finger. Okay, so we'll play like this. Down. First finger, second finger down. So you're positioning should be like this. Okay. You play like these. Nod like okay, you have to make sure that you are placing behind the bot, okay. This will help you do engage the streets between fine grid displays between first, second fingers. So you can see I can straight from cluster. Okay, who do get these trees? We need to practice it one by one. So will first practice between first finger and second finger. And we'll build the streets between Straights between first finger and streets, or gap between five-fingered second finger. Okay. So parched fingers would be down. Second finger would be say M, o, so it would be finger down. Second thing, get out for testing. Second finger down. They're going to think that thirsting flesh finger downstroke, second finger, second string, downstroke, five-fingered. Second thing that upstroke. Downstroke. Upstroke. Okay. So while going out, we need to do the same. We second finger down. In the second finger down. So let me tell you in practice tips, I know where you are doing the mistakes. So if you get an beginner and you're playing, you did for the first time. You will be playing like this, okay. Okay. Don't play like this to correct it. Just do one thing as a third previously that you practice for the first with the fostering of fast, okay. Till the time you get the sound down, down. Okay? Then you add the second finger and practice. Daymond goods. So then you need to play. You need to keep your finger here down. Then second finger, you need to place it here and plead down. Played these deleting, you are playing like this. Down. Don't do like this. Ok. Play. Okay. Have you understood now once you once you practice slowly, you have to practice. Do you let n you get this big bucket? Okay, so in this lesson, we have learned the second finger individually. And we got the clear zone on the second finger individually and without looking at the right-hand side. And second excess edges we have done. We added the first finger then second finger together and we practice the exercises between first, second finger. Okay? And, and this will help you to build the space between your finger and second finger. Okay? So I hope you have liked this. Listen and do you have understood this? Listen. If you haven't, please repeat that, we'll be able to understand. So keep practicing and enjoy learning it. 10. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 3: So in this lesson, we're going to add our third finger and we'll practice till the time we get clear zone on the third finger. Then we'll try to build a gap between second finger and third finger to get that Straights between second finger and third fingers. Then we'll add first, second, third, okay, so three lessons we're going to learn, okay? So let us practice third finger individually. As I said before, the positionings would be, the positioning could be behind the bar, behind the bar of the third. Afraid this is footprint, this is second, third, fourth, fifth. So the frayed number goes like this. So we will be placing our third finger on the third afraid, just behind the bug. Ok, elitist practice individually, their third finger seemingly down. Okay, so this is what we need to practice individually third finger till the time you get this sound and without looking at the site, now the second exercises we'll practice the gap between second finger and third finger. Okay. Let us practice and same way it would be down. Okay. Second fingers would be downstroke and third fingers would be upstroke. Ok. So down. So practice till the time you get to speed. Okay. So this is the second exercise. Now let us learn the third exercise. The third exercises, first fingers, second finger, and third finger we're going to add. And the way we have built this trace, we implemented this traits like this, okay? Like this. So we have to maintain the Straits between these three fingers and we have a practice. Ok, so let us practice this third lesson. So it will be down, down. So here 11 thing to be. Practice perfectly without doing any mistake. Ok, if you do that mistake right now, lifetime, we'll have this mistake. This is the basic fundamental things we are learning now to make sure that we learn perfectly without doing any mistake. Once you learn, you cannot unlearn the mistakes, okay? So please concentrate. You listen and you'll do practice accordingly the way I'm saying. Okay, So let us learn these. Okay, so here, the one thing leads people do the mistake. First finger is down, second finger reads stroke, and third finger each downstroke, upstroke, not the downstroke people do mistake here, Down, down, then next, again down deadly. Okay. You have to ensure that you start with down and it should, when you're coming back, you should end up with up so that you can again play with downstroke, okay? To do that, we have to remember that thing down. You have to keep saying. And you need to practice lady, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up. Okay. So we ended with up again. We'll start with downwind, going way down, bow, down, down, down, down, down, up. Ok. So we ended with up, so that we can start with down. So that means we played correctly. Ok, so you have to keep seeing and blink. That will help you not to do any mistake. Ok. So let us play this, let us practice that will let you get the sound and always remember you should end up with. So when you are ending up, you should play like this. Okay? So if you are not ending up with OB stroke, that means you are going somewhere wrong. You need to please practice the way I said. Okay, so now let us practice during the time you get the speed. Okay. So you can see I ended up with up, okay. Okay. So so this is how we need to practice till the time you get the speed I hope you have lived is listen and you have understood this. Listen. If you haven't, please repeat that, it'll be able to understand and keep practicing till that time you are getting that speed or the way I'm saying you need to keep practicing till that 0. So keep practicing and enjoy learning. 11. Combining Right and Left hand Exercise 4: In this lesson, we're going to learn four exercises. What are those foods? First, we'll be adding your fourth finger and we'll get the clear sound. Okay, without looking at the S8 Second, we'll be adding our third fourth finger and practice this trace between third fourth. Then we'll add second, third, fourth. Then we'll play 1234 forefinger, we'll add in practice. So hope you have understood what are the things we're going to learn in this lesson? Okay, so let's start. This fourth finger is the weakest finger. So if it is not coming till here, coming till the be handed by also is fine if you're playing here also it is paying, but try to place it here. It will be very tough for a beginner, but let us practice in these way, okay? We have to play individually down. Once you get this sound, you can practice like the Tao. So now once you have got the clear sound on the fourth finger, let's add the third finger and fourth finger and practice same weight. So now we have practiced third finger and fourth finger. Now, second finger, third finger, unfortunate practice. So in this case also you need to remember that down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up. So same way you need to practice. Ok. So let us practice this. So this is how I need to practice this. Listen, once you get the clear sound and perfect that down, up, then you are done with the second, third, fourth finger exercise. Ok, now let us add first, second, third, fourth and practice. Ok, so down, push down second, down from the top. So it is one down, one up concept, okay, 12341234. So when I'm saying 1234, that means first fingers, second finger, finger, finger, or five traits second, third, fourth fret. But generally we save finger number. Okay. Four fingers, second finger, third finger, finger. So while going up 4143214 to one. So this is how you need to add 11 finger and practice. In this lesson, we have learned this first individually fourth finger. Second exercise was in-betweens third finger and fourth finger. And the third exercise was between second finger, third finger and fourth finger. And both sexes age was first, second, third and port. So now we have learned how to play with for pingers, okay, that we have broken down these lessons, extreme EG label. And now you'll be able to play guitar with good sound and your fingers will get strained in-between, you might get some pain in your fingers. Ok. But don't worry if you are getting pain, then take some raised in again, you practice. You need to keep practicing practice. Once you were practically practicing, then your pain will go off and you'll be able to play guitar easily. Ok? So this exercise is going to help you to build the strain on your finger and the Straits between each finger, okay, so that you played easily all the scales, all the songs, all the tabs, anything and courts. So it will also help you to hold the chord easily E and also play the scales and lead guitar easily. Okay, so this is very basic fundamental things you should learn to become a guitarist, okay? So I hope you have liked his listen, and you understood this lesson. If you haven't, please repeat the video once again, you'll be able to understand. So keep practicing and keep learning. See you in the next lesson. 12. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 1: From this lesson will be learning the pinker patterning CDs. And in this lesson we are going to learn fingerprint one. So let me tell you what a fingerprint nexus AT pink or red and exercises we generally learn to mix your fingers are very much comfortable through of the fret board. It will help us to hold the coarse very comfortably and will be getting clear sound while holding the courts and changing the course and also playing the scales and leads. Generally lead guitar east, if you, if you want to become a leader, get areas generally they practice this fingerprint annexes edges to make sure that their fingers are very much traced. And also pretty much comfortable to play all the scales. And I am going to give you four finger but nexus ages. And this will be the first finger, PID and SSH and the Port finger PET and exercise generally, you know, we need to practice as a warm-up exercise every day. Generally, whenever L you'd better East practice. Ok. Start practicing. There'll be fast practicing these fingerprint annexes, ages, okay? And after that, they will start practicing the scales. Then they will start practicing beliefs, the solo, they will try to create everything. Okay, so everything starts with these warm-up exercise. And this warm-up exercise is very much important throughout the life of the guitar. And this warm-up issues which are very much important to keep our fingers traced and flexible all the time. This will help you to become a very good guitarist in future. So now let us learn this past fingerprint annexes age. So in our previous lesson we have learned right and exercise. Without looking at right-hand, We can play all the strings, okay, first thing, second thing. We have learned individually all the finger and combined 1234, all these fingers. And I believe now your fingers are very much comfortable on the Fed Board and you are getting clear sound. So in the last lesson we have learned 12341212123412341234. And while growing up in a descending order, we used to play lake fold. So when I'm saying numbering, these are all finger number. Okay, so while going for 343214 to the last lesson, we have learned this exercise. Ok, so now this finger pattern one, it's similar, okay, only thing what is the different we're going to make in this finger pattern? One is 1234123412341234123412344321, motor to 143214 to 1.1. Now, the difference in the finger pattern one is after we reach here, will be chromatically slide down, okay? So will be chromatically practice this till puke print. Ok, so how do we reach here will slide down one fret, okay, then this will become out of hashed Fred and will be playing 12341234123412321432141422 will reject then again, 13 down 12341234. Like this, we need to practice, still. Pay for it. Okay. Once you've finished in fifth grade, okay, so while going up, we need to slide up one on trade grammatically, okay? So like this. Okay, so once we finish up this one then will go on like this. So once we end up on the legalese 12V foo, okay, we have to go up with the same way, the way we have came down. We have to grow up in that way. So suppose I end up with, great, okay. I end up here then an egg and lcp, one fluid up and I'll practice. Again. I'll go up one plate like this. I'll come back to here. Okay, so this is the cycle. This will be a complete circle. Okay? So let me play for you and you can practice with me or you can watch it and practice it by repeating the video will play slowly. Then later on we can, later on, you can speed up ok, but first we'll try to concentrate in playing slowly with getting clear sound. Okay, getting clear sounds would be our main goal. Okay, so now let's practice it. Once I know. Okay? So this is one complete cycle. I have played to yield a few threat, again, went back till first-rate. Okay, this even complete circles. So if you want to practice more, even more, come down till seventh grade or ninth grade, okay? And you can go up so that you know, so that you will have control on your finger. Okay, this will give you more confidence in playing guitar. So I hope you have understood the fingerprinting one. And I also have told you why we need to learn these finger pattern. Is paying her pattern or hearing much important to become a very good guitar is 2K. Play with, in a lot of confidence to play with lot of clear sound people will enjoy if you're playing O'Keefe. So this will boost her confidence while playing the guitar. And it will also reduce down your mistakes, okay? If your fingers are very much comfortable on the freed both through the fretboard, it will help you to become a very good guitarist. Okay, so I hope you have understood the finger button one. If you haven't, please repeat the video, you'll be able to understand. And in practice the way have played, the main goal is to get the clear sound first to practice slowly, then you can speed up later on as you want. Okay, so I hope you have liked this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 13. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 2: So I hope you are following the license sequentially, one after another. That way it has been Arendt and structured. Okay. If you would jump in-between, you cannot understand. So I request please follow the lease and sequentially one after another. That way it has been arranged and organize enlarged lessons. We have learned the finger Purdue one. In this lesson, we are going to learn fingerprint to. Okay, so what is fingerprint too? Let me tell you then I'll tell you why we're learning that. Then we'll practice the inhabitant to, we'll do head this lesson into 36. First, I'll tell you what it's been evident to. Second, I'll tell you why we need to learn this and add this fingerprint to how it's going to help us. Third, I will tell you how to play and practice. Ok, so let's start the lesson. Okay, so the finger pattern too is like, you know, the way we have practiced the fingerprint. And one thing we're gonna do, but we'll be doing it in alternate string wage alternates. Thing means like on the sixth string, 1-2-3. Then I'll skip the fugue string and I'll play the full sting of it. Then I'll play the fifth string. Give them hosting and play the thoughts. Then I'll play the fourth string, that harvesting and I'll play the second step. Then I'll play the third stream. Skip the second string and play the first string. Hope you have understood. Okay, so if you remember the second right hand exercise, it was like 6453456. The same way we are practicing this with left hand and right hand. Okay, so while growing up also it will be like 421. And then testing, I'll skip the second string and I'll play the testing. And I'll play the second string, 421. Then I'll go to the fourth string. I'll skip the thirsting. Then I'll play the third stream or two. And I'll play the fifth string, okay? The forecasting for three more to the one. Okay, then I'll play the fourth string, one and scheme the fifth string and play the 164. Okay, so this is how we need to play the pink button two, same way, the way we have practiced the finger PET and one grammatically will play it in fifth threat. Okay, we'll come again, will go up dramatically. Deal first prayed that will complete one cycle. So I hope you have understood the finger button to, okay, now let me tell you why we're learning these. There are many songs, many teams we play. We need to jump the stream, ok, so like this, what I did, I played the third stream. Then I jumped to fostering. Okay, so I hope you understood. Okay, so what I did is I played the thirsty, then I jumped to foster. Okay. So like this, there are, there are many cases where we need to jump the string, ok, so this will help, this pattern will help you to get that postfix and of jumping the string and play without looking at the data. Ok, so these pattern is meant for that. Okay, so I hope you are understanding the importance of learning all these patterns pin future. Actually, all things will become very easy for you, okay? So this is the basic fundamental things we need to build within us to be guitarist. Ok, so this Module one is actually dedicated to this. So now let us play this fingerprint and two, from first grade to fifth grade, okay. And will go up till again, the first great okay. To the display. I hope you have understood how to play. Now, I'll play the same way you need to practice. You can practice with me, or once you finish watching it, you can practice individually or again, you can repeat it and you can practice with me. Okay. So let's practice now. Okay. Up. Okay. Okay. So this is how you need to practice this finger button too. So you need to insert one thing while playing, as I said before in the lesson, that one stroke will be down once took will be up, alternate peeking unit to always like you know what the word means. Always one down, one down. You need to remember throughout your playing, whenever we're playing, this, this will not change one down, one down. So this is very much important to, you know, make it a practice that you should not lead to down or to ofs, true? Okay. It will be always one down, one unit to keep it in mind that whenever you are playing, you have to play with the alternate picking concept. Okay? So I hope you have understood this lesson. If you haven't, please repeat the video, you'll be able to understand. So I hope you have liked this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 14. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 3: In this lesson, we're going to learn fingerprint. And three will divide into 3-6 and first six and I'll tell you what is fingered written three. Okay, second, I'll tell you why you need to learn this being a pit in three. So in the third section we're going to play this thing up at n three. You also can play with me, or you can watch it and play it individually, or you can repeat the video and you can play with me, okay, however you are comfortable with. So now let's learn the pink button three. So fingerprint and three, like you know, we need to practice in this way. So in the sixth string one and in the fifth string will be playing, will be leaving. The first plate will be playing from the second fit, 1234. The fourth string will be playing from the third fluid one. Okay. And in the first Angular, playing from the fourth grade, 1234. And in the second string will be playing from the fifth grade, 1234. And in the first string will be playing from the sixth grade, 12341234. Okay. So this is how we are going to play the fingerprint and three and same we will be going up. While going up, we'll skip one on Pit up. So like this, 1234, then second string will sift one thread of 4321. Then again on the third string, one fret of faulty. Again on the fourth string, one string up that is four to one. Okay, then in the fifth string, one fluid of 4321. And again on the sixth string, we'll play one period of that. So we need to reach the point from where we started. Okay, so if you can read there, that means you have played correctly. So I hope you have understood. We have to always keep woman freight for each string we are playing, okay, while going down and while growing up. And same way we need to practice the still forth freight okay. Till forfeit, we'll practice and will go up till there. Okay. So hope you have understood these fingerprinting three, always, we need to skip one month rate for each string like 1234. So next thing from the second fit, 1234 and nicotine from the therapist, 112341234. Okay. So like this, we have to go up in the same way. Okay, so this is how you need to play the finger button three, ok, so now let me tell you why we're learning this. So there is some scales, and this is very much important when you're playing a lot of scales from the top to bottom, okay? A lot of RPGs, lot of scales. So that time, this is very much important. So light. Okay? So this thing that I think is going to help you to play these kind of skills, okay, so I hope you have understood why we should learn this fingerprint in three. Ok, this finger, foot and three is going to help you in playing a lot of difficult scales. Ok, so now let us practice the finger button three, okay, so the way I'm playing, you can follow me. As I say it clearly you're picking will be alternate picking one down, one up, okay? And you have to play very slowly to get the clear sound that into our main goal. Okay, speedup, you can do later on, ok, once you're getting clear, sounds slowly, slowly, you can speed up. Okay, let us practice slowly and clearly. Hello. Okay. Okay, so this is how you need to practice the thing there, but in three, ok, you need to practice it slowly but makes you that you get the clear sound. Okay, so I hope you have understood this thing a bit and three, if you haven't, please repeat the video again, and I hope you have liked this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 15. Finger Stretching Exercise Pattern 4: In this lesson, we are going to learn the fourth finger. Put an exercise. So let me tell you first why we should learn the food finger but an exercise. So when we play any scales or any lead or any solo, or we can say any songs or any Melody Lane, okay? So the random Pinker comes. Okay? So like one example I'm taking, I'm just playing the scale. So what I did is I played second finger, finger, finger, finger, finger, finger, finger, finger, finger. So you can see the random finger actually is coming into Lake. Second finger, fourth finger, then first, second, fourth than first thought n-fold, okay? Randomly the fingers are coming. Okay, so to build this exercise, or we can say it's muscle memory means like, you know, your fingers would be trained in such a way whenever it has to come in a particular pattern, it should come in that pattern. Ok, so through this fourth finger pattern exercise, we're going to build that muscle memory. So the finger will come automatically. So to build a pattern, we need to practice this forefinger by the next stage, which is very important. It might be too difficult for you, but I will try to explain you the most easiest way so that you remember and you will learn and you play accordingly. Okay, so now let me explain you how to play this food finger, bed and exercise, what exactly the fourth finger is. So let us learn no, in this pattern, we are going to play first finger, then third finger, then second finger, then forefinger. Okay. So now I will tell you in number ways, okay. First, second 13. I hope you have understood one. Okay, so we are playing one. So here numbers are finger number, okay? First finger, second finger, third finger, fourth finger, as I have told in the previous lessons, I hope you're following their lessons sequentially. Please don't skip the lessons and jump into the end of the lesson. Ok, so just Paulo sequences so that you understand. Okay, so as I have told previously, this is first window, second finger, third finger, and fourth finger. So now I'm going to use numbering. Okay? So if I say one, that means first fingered you face here to the admin second finger, if, if I say three means it is third finger the face you've fought mins its foods finger. So the fourth finger, but an exercise is one thing. And like this, we need to go down in the pasting will pay the same thing, one. And in the fourth string one, string 1. Second string 13134. Okay? This is how it will come down till fall, spring from 16. Okay. So while going up will play in this week four. Okay. Four fingers, second finger, finger, finger, or 23141 on the first string for Second stream for on the testing for one and the fourth string on the fifth string for the one into 16. Then we grammatically slide down to one thread and will play here the same thing, 12131324. Then we'll wind up 423142314, B14. Then again will lie down, will slide down till fred. Ok, then we go up in the same way. Okay, so this is how the fourth figure but an exercise. So now I hope you have understood how to play the four-fingered, but an excess H. Now, let me play and you can practice with me or you can see me play once a, once you finish the video, you can play by yourself. Okay. Or you can again repeat the video and you can play with me, okay? So however you uncomfortable. So now let me tell you how to practice this lesson, okay. Okay. Three there. Okay. So this is how to practice this fingerprint and for eco-cities. Okay, I hope you have understood why we need to play this, how we need to play this and outer practice. Okay, so I hope you have understood this lesson and you have liked this lesson. Okay, see you in the next lesson. Deal that keep practicing. 16. Conclusion: Hi there, nice to see you in this last video of this module one course and Congregationalists and for successfully completing module one of the beginner level. So let me summarize this module at a glance, what we have learned in this module one, we have learned anatomy of the guitar. We have learned how to hold the guitar and plectrum. We have learned the string name and numbering. We have learned three right-hand exercises, which is going to help you avoid looking at this right hand side and play the guitar. We have also learned how to combine both left_in and right_in and play guitar. We have learned for finger patents. Last but not the least, if you really like this model, one of beginner level, please leave your positive pill Beck, as a token of appreciation. And also you can recommend this course to your friends and loved ones. I'll be surely looking forward to you in the module two are beginner level. Till then keep practice. Enjoy landing it as Stacy and stay happy. Buh-bye.