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Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 5

Prabir Jana, Instructor

Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 5

Prabir Jana, Instructor

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13 Lessons (1h 8m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      1:26
    • 2. What Is Scale and Octave

      2:53
    • 3. Types of Scale

      1:09
    • 4. How to Read and Write Guitar Tabs

      6:25
    • 5. C Major Scale In Open Position

      9:37
    • 6. D Major Scale In Open Position

      5:18
    • 7. E Major Scale In Open Position

      6:27
    • 8. F Major Scale In Open Position

      7:37
    • 9. G Major Scale In Open Position

      5:30
    • 10. A Major Scale In Open Position

      5:07
    • 11. Convert Major to Minor Scale

      5:52
    • 12. C Minor Scale in Open Position

      8:57
    • 13. Conclusion

      1:25
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  • Recommendation:  Please go through my Module 1, Module 2 , Module 3 and Module 4 of beginner level

Welcome to Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 5.

The main focus of this module is to introduce you with Guitar scales and also the music theory behind the guitar scales. In this module I have explained all the guitar scales which we need to learn in beginner level.  All the tips and technics play guitar scales. The complete syllabus of this module 5 listed below.

What you'll learn from this module.


1. Course Introduction
2. What Is Scale and Octave
3. Types of Scale
4. How to Read and Write Guitar Tabs
5. C Major Scale In Open Position
6. D Major Scale In Open Position
7. E Major Scale In Open Position
8. F Major Scale In Open Position
9. G Major Scale In Open Position
10. A Major Scale In Open Position
11. Convert Major to Minor Scale
12. C Minor Scale in Open Position
13. Conclusion

All these videos are all straight to the point and clearly broken down for you. THERE IS NO EXTRA TALKING in 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. Course Introduction: Hi there. I want to welcome you to this absolute beginner guitar lesson, easy step-by-step model pi cos. And this is the final module of the beginner limit. Once you complete learning module, you are master of beginner level. And I hope you have gone through my module 1, module 2, module 3, module 4 course before coming into this model, five goals. If you haven't yet checked my module 1, module 2, module 3, module poor or beginner level, then I would like to request even recommend you play check my module 1, module 2, module 3, module 4 of begun end. And you can search through my name that is rarely Jenna, or you can access through the course name that it absolute beginner guitar lesson, easy step-by-step, module 1, module 2, module 3, module 4. Or you can go to my profile where you'll get all my courses there. I would like to request to please follow the sequence of these courses, which will be helping you to understand and practice better. Now let me explain you what we're going to learn in this beginner level model. Five goals will be learning scales in open position. We were learning all the scales which we need to learn in beginner level. There are a lot of scaled version to learn through what the guitar neck position one, put these into position three for this info, position 5 of major skills. Skills. But in this bigger and label will be learning scales in open-book decency list all scaled positions we are going to learn in intermediate level followed by advanced level. I'm sure you will enjoy learning all these lessons. Thanks for watching and hopefully see whether side. 2. What Is Scale and Octave: So now let me explain what IT scale, okay, So skill is nothing but colleagues and open notes, or we can say group of nodes is Gail can have seven unique nodes or five unique nodes, okay? Depending on which scale we're playing. Okay? So a pentatonic scale will have pipe uniqueness. If a play in its little scale, it will have seven nodes. So that depends on there are types of scaling we're playing. So let me tell you once again. So scale is nothing but the collegues unopened all, let me play one scale and explain you. Okay, so I'm playing a C major scale in open Buddhism. So this is seen as a skill. I hope you understood what IT skill. So now let me explain you. What is octave? So Octave is nothing but it defines a range, beats okay. Of a particular note, Oregon super particular scale. Okay. So it different the range or beach. Let me explain it with an example. I just played the C major scale in open position, okay, So C major scale, open police and start with C and we'd see, so this node, this node, it is C naught. How? Because his fifth string, string is nothing but a string. So the first fret, second fret needs be car-free. It you'd see, okay, this is seen. Okay. So this is also seen and this is also a scene. Okay. But see the sound. This is very low, okay? But this is also a C, little higher, okay? So the range is little higher, okay? So this is what it's called octave. So this is fast octave c naught, and this is second octave c. Now, we can take it in this way, okay, so I hope you have understood what is Octave going further when you learn music, you'll understand clearly, but as you know, understanding this way, okay? So the octave defines the range or pitch of a particular note or kill, okay? So like this is a lower C and this is a highest. So if I start a scale from here, so this, I'll play the first octave. And if I start from here. So this is second octet. You can see the notes are going gradually higher, okay? This is also C-scale. This is also sees, okay, and this is also CSCA. So this I played in second octave, so I hope you have understood what is octane. Thanks for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 3. Types of Scale: In this lesson, we're going to learn types of scale. So let us learn. So generally, there are two types of skilled. One is major scale, one is minor scale. And then again, minus guilt, we have three types of minor scales. So let us learn what are the three types of minor scale. First 27 is 0 minus skills. Second one is melodic minor scale, and third one is harmonic minor scale. Okay? So the scales have mainly divided into two major scales, minor scale and then minus. Again, we have three types of minor scale that is nicer minor scale, melodic minor scale, and harmonic minor scale. Okay, so these are the basic scale type. In advanced level will be learning few more scale types like pentatonic scale, scale modes, scale arpeggiations. There are many other things we'll be learning in the advanced liver, but in beginner level, let us learn the basic scale types. Major scales minus gills and minor scales. Again, we have three types of minor scale that is necessary. Minor scale, melodic minor scale, and harmonic minor scale. So I hope you have understood this lessons. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 4. How to Read and Write Guitar Tabs: In this lesson, we're going to learn a very important concept that is how to read and write deaths. This is very important because using this, we are going to learn the next modules. So going further, we are going to use this very frequently. So why we are learning this? Suppose you are composing any t1, okay? And you want to send that tuned to someone else, okay, So you can write down these tabs and you send it to them, or you can keep it for your future reference. Okay, So, so this is why we need to learn how to read and write tabs. This is going to help you to document your tune. Or if anyone, suppose a composer, he wanted to send a team particular tuned to you. Okay, so he will give these tabs. Okay, this is the tariffs. This is my t one, this is my melody. You need to play. Okay, so you can refer the tab and you can play. So now that is why we are learning these, how to read and how to write that. And this is very easy to learn. Just concentrate on what I'm saying. First I'll explain you in the whiteboard, then I'll tell you in the guitar, and it is very easy to understand. So let's learn. So you can see here, I have, I have written down E, B, G, D a, E. So this is the string names in the module one class. I have told you the string name and numbering and I hope you will know the string name in the return. Okay, So E, B, G, D a, E. So the upper string is the thinnest string and the lower string is the thickest string. Okay, we need to remember in this way. So now let us learn how to read these and write this, okay, both are same. So if you can write it, you can read it. If you can read it, you can write it. Supported tab is given leg 13135. Okay? So that means you need to play the second thing that is B string, okay? But it's bee sting, the first note on afraid of that B string. And then you took place the third fret, third fret of the B string. Then you need to play first fret of each thing that is first string, third fret of fostering pthread of string. Okay? So this is how you need to play. So if it is written in this way, okay? Suppose if I write in-between 0 here and two here, okay? So that means, so always we need to play like this, okay? When you divide like this, okay? So whichever node counts first, we need to play first, fertile play the first fret or bee sting, then third fret of the B string. Then I'll play a phosphate of E string. Then I'll play, then I have 0 here, okay? I don't 0, then we have three, then we have two, then we have five. So we have to remember, we have to play with whichever comes first. Then we have fast afraid of E string. Then we have 0. 0 means we need to play that string only. Wanted to hold anything, it's open note. Okay? 00 means it's open note or 0. We can see 0 or 0. So that means it's open note, so will not be holding anything. We'll just play that open. Okay, So after this, I'm going to explain one that guitar, so it'll be easy for you to understand, but I now understand what we need to play afterward. Then we have to play 0 of g string minutes opening, open, not only to play it. So then we have to play third fret of the E string that is fostering. Then again we have, okay, so two of G string, second fret of the G string we need to play. Then we have trade of E string. Then we need to play a few threat of E string. So I hope you understood how to read and write tariffs. Not always you need to remember the upper string is the thinnest string and the lowest string is the thickest string, okay? And whichever string the nodes comes first, you need to play that note first. Okay? So if it is written one mins, first fret of that particular string, if it is written three mins, third fret of that particular string, if it is 10 or nine or eight, whatever it is. So the number signifies the freight number of that particular string. Okay. So I hope it is very easy to understand, and I hope you have understood correctly. So now let us learn on guitar with an example. So now let us learn practically on guitar how to read and write DFS. Okay, so I hope you can see on the screen the tariffs are a given. I'm going to play that. Okay? So you can see on the fifth fret of the third string, okay, that is G string. You can see this is the third string or G string. Okay? You can see the first note is written as five. We need to play five minutes. Ppt prayed first, fret, second, third, fourth, fifth. So on the third string, pthread, I will play first. Okay? Then again, same node we're going to play that is on the Kirstein. Then we have seventh on the third string. So 73 is this one. Okay, this one. So let me play that. Then again, fifth on the third string. Then you can see on the second string that is B string, we have six, okay, so to play the sixth grade of B string or second string, then we have a note, freight of B string or second string. So 55 on the third string, on the third string, on the third string, on the second string, and picked on the second string. Okay? I hope you can guess the team. Okay, so going further, we are going to learn lot of team like this, okay, so this is just an example for you to make you understand how to read and write DFS. I hope you have understood. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 5. C Major Scale In Open Position: In this lesson, we are going to learn C major scales in open position in both the octaves, octave one and octave too. And I hope you know why these octave, okay, I already have explained. And also in the previous lesson, we have learned how to read and write guitar tabs. Okay, so through the steps, we are going to learn the scales. I hope you have gone through my module to cause where I have explained the theory behind constructs and OK, major scaled and constructs and OH, minus kel, how to construct a major scale? How to construct a minor scale. So a breathing I have explained in module 2, if you haven't aged, shake my module 2 goes then I would like to request you please go through the module, do at least once so that you understand the theory behind these scales. So in this module, I'm not going to explain you the theory of scales, like in C major scale, what are the node comes in CME with your skills, all these things I have already explained in module two, poles, let me first play the C major scale in vast octave first, then you're going to learn. So this is the first octave of C major scale in open Buddhism. So I hope you have got it, how it's going to sound. Let me tell you why it's called an open position because it's a mix it up. Open notes and fretted note. Open naught means if I, if I strum the strings without holding anything, so that is an open note and threatening note. Men's IEP, I'm holding a particular note and strumming that that meant It's a fretted note, so it's a mixed set up open knot and credit to all the scales when we're learning it open Buddhism, you will find some of the nodes will be open. Note that is why it's called an open Buddhism. So I hope you understood now. Now let us learn the first octave of C major scale in open policy, you can see the guitar tabs on the screen. The first node EJ and a string that is faith string. So it start with third node, okay? Of the fifth string or a string, then you will see 0 on the fourth string, that is D string. Then two on the fourth string, or D string. Then third note on the fourth string, or D string. Then 0 on the thirsting or G string. Then two on the third string, or G string, then 0 on the second string or B string, then one on the second string or B string. This is just we computed the ascending order. Same way. We'll be completing their descending order. One on the second string, on the second string, on the third string, data on the third string, and three on the fourth string to wonderful string data on the fourth string, out on the fifth string. Okay, So let me tell you again, on the fifth string, 0 on the fourth string, second on the fourth string. On the fourth string, 0 on the third string, two on the third string, on the second string, 1 on the second string, come back in the same way. So all the numbers, plate numbers, okay, you need to remember one thing. All the numbers are afraid numbers. I already have told this in when I was explaining you how to read and write data tab so all the numbers represents the freight number you can see. So this is the first octave of C major scale. Let me explain one more thing. Pingers Buddhism. This is very much important because in the tabs, it is not written anywhere of each finger to start with. And we note you need to play with these pingers. So let me tell you the simple fundamental things of placing your finger so you can see. So the first finger is dedicated to first grade. Second thing that is dedicated to second fret, third finger is really good to third grade. So I have placed, so if you see the first note of C major scale, starting with third note, fifth string on the third fret. Third fret. That means it's a title for it. So I'll be playing that with my finger. Okay, you can see my fingers are dedicated to eat free to put your first finger. Second finger dedicate to second fret, third finger dedicated to tariff rates. So whichever node comes in and he afraid I'm going to place that finger. So now if you see, you can see I'll be playing with third note with our fingers. Second node with second finger, fortunate with the first finger. Okay. So you can see, you know, third note, I am playing card finger than 0 means open. We're not holding anything, so there is no finger position 4, 0 nodes. Then I'm playing two with the second finger. Then I'm playing tree with the thought of England. Then I'm playing again. But then I'm playing second with the second finger. Then I'm playing 0 again without any finger position. Then I'm playing one with the first finger you can see, okay, so this is how you need to place your finger. Okay, So third note with the third finger, second note, the second finger. First node with the first finger. So now let me play once again. It is. This is the octave of C major scale in open Buddhism. So you can practice little faster. Even practice like this. This will come slowly, slowly. Once you are practicing 10, 20 times, 30 times 40 times 50 times slowly it will come. Don't try to practice it faster when you are learning first time, second time, okay, this will come through the practice. You need to keep practicing to get the speed. First tried to play the note clearly, okay, it should sound like this. It's not suit sound crystal-clear. So there should be clear sound in each node. If you are playing lake. Don't play like that. Okay, so slowly, slowly you need to practice to get that clear sound. If you practice the module one, finger patterns, all these things, it'll be very easy for you. So I would like to request you please go through the module one finger pattern exercises. Do that a breed day before you start practicing anything else, okay, for 10, 15 minutes, you need to practice those finger patterns as you warm up. Listen, that is going to help you to play all these things, all the skills clearly, people will enjoy listening or playing. Now let us learn the second doctor, you can see the guitar tabs on the screen. Okay, so what we are doing is we are playing from here. So we ended up here, who ended up here on the first fret of the second string. Okay, So that becomes a flushed note of how a second octave c, okay, then you can see the note three. As I said, I'll be playing three. The third finger on the same string with the second string. Okay? Then the next note is 0 on the first string. And then one against one, I'll play with my finger. Then third, the third finger. Then you can see it is written flipped. So on this first thing. So here you need to remember the fingers. Change a lot unit to play with the first finger. Here, you need to remember these. You should not slide it. Okay? So you need to change your finger position like this. So 0, 1, 3, then kept first finger, then you can see seven, then eight. So all the number represents create number. You can see this is 83, okay? Descending order Also same way you need to play 875, then sift the finger again with the toddler finger, then flush with the first finger than 0. Then third on the second string. We came back here. So this is second octave. Let me play again, 13 on the second string 0 and the one on the first string tight on the first string, fifth on the first string, seventh on the first string. On the first string. This becomes second octave of C major scale in open Buddhism. So now let us combine both these octave and practice. You can see the combined tail on the screen. So let us play. One tip is you should not play this note 2 times when you are combining and playing, okay, So it should not be late. Again, you should not play, you should play like this. So it should go like this. It should be continuous there S would not be NADP to ignore. So once again, let me play. And so you, so this is how we need to play C major scale in open position on both the octet. I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 6. D Major Scale In Open Position: In this lesson, we are going to learn D-major scale in open policing both the octaves. Okay, So let us first start with fast octave. Okay, so you can see the guitar tabs on the screen. So start with D string, that is fourth string with a 0, okay? As I said, in any scaling, replaying that scales would start with that node. Okay, so we as playing D major scale, so it's D note. So d naught means the open D string. If he played that, becomes a d naught. So we have five starting with 0 on the fourth string, that is D string. Then we are playing two on the second fret of D string and fall on the fourth string or D-string, then again, 0 on the third string, then two on the third string, then four on the third string, then on the second string, then three on the second string. So this becomes the D-major scale fast octave. So in the descending whatever. So same nazis, but we're going to play, so it is really on the second string, 2 on the second string, on the third string, two on the third string, 0 on the third string, then four on the fourth string. To wonder, fourth string data on before stream. So now let me tell you the finger position. So here you can see we are not playing any fast freight Note, so we will use our first finger on the second freight, okay, whichever node we are playing first, that is here, The second, okay, So after 0 it is seconds. So we'll use our first finger here. Okay? So we are not using any finger then due on the fourth string, we'll play with first finger. For thread, we're going to play with the third finger. Okay? Then we'll play 0 again without any finger of third string. Then we'll play second with the first finger. Fall of third string, we're going to play with the third finger. Then we're going to play second with the first finger on second string. Then we're going to use our second finger, the third note of second stream. So in this case, you need to use the finger exactly the way I said. So let me play once again the first octave. We'll start with fourth string, that it's 1000, 24, again, then second, third, okay? Okay, Once again, once you're comfortable, you can practice little faster like this. So once we're comfortable you can play faster, okay, so but that will come to your practice. So you need to keep practicing to get that speed. So now let us learn the second octave. Now you can see the tabs on the screen. So we're ending here with the third afraid of seconds to the second Octave is going to start here, caliphate of second string. Then it is 0, then it is, then it is three. That is five, that is seven, then it is nine. Diabetes 10. Then we'll go back in the same way. 10, 97, okay, then five, the 0. So once again, the second octave, 3 on the second string, 0 on the first two on the first string, three on the first string, five on the first string than 7, 9, 10, 10, 9, 7, 5, 3, 0 on the second string. So this is second octave of D-major scale in open position. And now let me tell you the finger position in the second octave. So here it is. As we ended the first octave with second finger, with the third afraid of second string. So now next note is 0 on the first string. Then two will be playing with the first finger on the first string. Second fret, second fret, we're playing with the first finger. Then three, we are playing with the second thing than five, we are playing with the fourth finger. So after this, we're going to play the seventh note with the first finger. Ninth note with the third finger, tenth note with the fourth finger. Same way we'll go back the descending order. So this is the second of the war for D major scale. Let me play 1 second for you. So this is second octave. Okay, So now we'll combine both dark and we're going to play and practice. So now you can see the combined tabs on the screen and now let us play too. So I hope you have understood this. Listen, you can practice little faster, okay, once you're comfortable, you can practice, okay. You can slowly increase the speed and practice. So I hope you have understood both the octaves of D-major scale in open position. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 7. E Major Scale In Open Position: In this lesson, we are going to learn E major scale in open police in both the octaves. So let us first start with the first octave of images. Let me play for you how it's going to sound, the first doctor. Okay, So this is how the Octave is going to sound. So now we can see the tabs on the screen. So first let me play for you. Then am going to explain you the finger positioning 0 on the sixth string, that is E string. Second fret, then fourth fret on the sixth string, then on the fifth string, second fret on the fifth string, then towards Fred on the fifth string, then first fret on the fourth string, second fret on the full string, that these completes the first octave of E major scale in open position. So we'll go back and descending or as same way, second fret of the fourth string, first grade or fourth string for thread of paved string. Second fret of peep string 0 on the fifth string, fourth fret of the sixth string, second fret of the sixth string, then GTO on the sixth string. As I said previously, the scale which we are playing, the starting node will be the same, okay, So we are playing images, the starting nodes would be E. So when you're playing the open note on E string, so that e, so that's why we're starting with 0. On the sixth string. We're playing open. That's the E string eNode. If you want to learn all these things more than you can follow the second module of beginner level there, I already have explained everything about music theory which you need to learn in beginner level. If you go through two or three times that lessons, you will understand a breathing, okay, so all the modules you will understand very nicely. So I would like to request you, please check the module 2. So I hope you have understood this fast octave. So let me play once again, it is 1104. Okay, So this is how the first octave is. Now let me explain you. The finger positioning. The finger positioning here, you can see on the screen, you see we're using the first freight. In this particular scale, we are using the fast freight. Okay, so that means we have to keep what a first finger dedicated to phosphates. Second finger, degree of the second fret, third finger, ready go to third fret. Fourth finger, ready, go to forfeit. So each frame we are going to play with that particular finger will, will play first fret with the first finger, second fret with the second finger, third fret with the third finger, fourth bit with your fourth finger. So your fingers would be like this position. So whichever afraid it's coming on the tab, you have to use that particular finger. Now you can see 0 will not use any finger. Second fret mins will use second finger. Fourth fret will use four-fingered than 0, no finger than 2. Second finger on the fifth string, fourth fret, fourth finger on the fifth string. Then first with the first finger on the fourth string, second with the second finger on the fourth string. This is how you need to use your finger while the ascending aorta, same way. This is how we need to use your finger. And one more thing I just want to remind you, which I have told in the module one, the fundamentals of guitar learning, okay, Module 1, I have told alternate picking concept. So one note if you're playing down the notes would be up. So you need to remember that. So if I'm playing 0 with the down, then we'll be on the app. Then four will be with the down, okay, then 0 again with the okay, Then second will be down or it will be up. Then first, first rate will be down. Then second thread will be, again we're starting with. So always you need to remember this down up concept. Don't forget too. I assume you have gone through the module 1 and you are practicing throughout these all listens, one down, one up. This is how any to play. So this is first octave. Now let us learn the second octave so you can see the tabs on the screen. We ended up here. The first octave, that is second fret of the fourth string, D, that is D string with the second finger will start from there itself. So it is on the fourth string, then four on the fourth string, then one on the third string, on the third string, 0 on the second string, 2 on the fourth on the second string. Then it is 0 on the first string. Okay? So again, we'll go back in the same way. 0 on the first string, on the second string, 2 on the second string, 0 on the second string, on the third string, one on the third string for on the fourth string, wonderful string. I hope you have understood the freight numbers now let me play 1 second. So it is 4, 1, 2, 4, 0, 0. For. Now, let me tell you the fingerprint sensor. We are starting with the second finger, forefinger then first finger, then second finger, then 0, then second finger, then fourth finger than 0, okay, below 4214. This is second optical images Cullen open-position. I hope you have understood. So now let us combine in play both the octaves of images clean open police, 0 to 114214. You need to just remember this numbering. 0, 2 4, 0, 2, 4, 1, 2. So this is how you need to remember deaths, because if you remember this data, it will be easier for you to play, for us to practice slowly, slowly then once you are comfortable, you can increase the speed and practice. So I hope you have understood how to play both the octaves of E major scale in open position. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 8. F Major Scale In Open Position: In this lesson, we are going to learn F-major scale in open position. We already have learned C, D, and E mescaline open position. So in this lesson, we are going to learn the next measure is getting open Poisson, that is F-major scale. And we're going to learn this in both the octaves, first octave and second octave. That way we are learning, first, I'm going to play, and so you how it's going to sound. In fact octave. Then I'm going to explain you the tabs. After that, I'll be explaining the finger position. Once we complete fart octave, we'll move to second octave. Same way we'll be learning second octave. Then we're going to combine both the octaves and play. Okay, So let us first learn the fast Octave. Let me play it for how it's going to sound. This is how it's going to sound. The first document. Now, you can see the tabs on the screen. You can see on the sixth string that is East dream, we have 1, 3. So as I said previously, whichever scale we are playing, the first note will be the same note like we are playing F-major scale. The first notes would be F. So the first fret of 16 is f. How it is if the open is, if I play the first fret, it becomes f after E it is F. Hope you're following my lesson sequentially. First module 1, module 2, module 3, module 4, then Module 5. In Module 2, I have explained all the basic theory which you need to learn the guitar, okay, so if you learn that first, it'll be easy for you to understand. So this is F, will be starting with F, and we'll be ending with F. So any scale we play will be starting with the same note and we'll be ending with the same note. So that's the basic formula we have. So now you can see the tabs on the screen. So from the tariffs you can see on the sixth string it is written 13 that once we have to play fast fret of the sixth string and paraphrase of 63. As I have also told previously, one will be down. Then we'll next note would be already did it down, up concept or you have to remember that first period of six string, third fret of 16. You can see on the fifth string we have 0. That means we'll play the fifth string open without holding anything here, right side. Then we have 13 again. So first fret of the fifth string, then alfredo flipped string. Now the next is on the fourth string, that is D string, we have 0, that means open. Then we have two men, second fret of the fourth string. Then we have 3. That is third fret of the fourth string. So there it is ending. So the n naught should be same, that is F. So how it is F? If we play opened, that becomes D, then D. So if we hold the first one, then if you hold a second one, that becomes e, okay? Then the next node, third string, and the third node with F. So the first octave tariffs are 1, 3 on the sixth string, on the fifth string, than we have. 0 on the fourth string. So this is how you need to play. I hope you have understood the tabs. Now let me explain you the finger position. The finger, for instance, as you can see on the tab, that is one, okay, So one means we have to start with first finger always in this particular skill will be using first finger on the first fret, second finger on the second fret, third finger on the third fret. So whichever afraid we need to play, so we need to use the same finger. Okay, So in case of fast with the first finger, in case of the third finger. So we need to play in this way. First finger, third finger, then open, then first finger, finger, then it is open. Then second finger. Finger, third finger open, first finger, third finger, second finger. So this is quite straight cut because we are using the same finger according to the freight. So now let us play the second octave. So let me play first how it is going to sound, then I'm going to tell you how to play the tabs and also the finger positions will learn step-by-step. So it's going to sound like this. And now let me show you the tabs what I'm playing. So we are starting with the note where we ended the octane, although it should be. So I'm starting with third note of forecasting, that is D string. Then I am playing 0 on the third stream, that is G string. Then on the third string, the disease string. Then I'm playing on the thirsting that adjusting. Then three on the third string, that is G string, then I'm playing one on the second string, that is B string. Then I'm playing the guitar fret of the second thing that is B string that I'm playing open, E that is fostering then the first fit of first string. So this is the test we need to play. Okay, So let me play again for you. There will be starting from Todd afraid of D-string that is full steam. Then we'll be playing on the third string on the testing, testing. 1 on the second string, three on the second screen, then 0 on the first string, and one on the first though. Now let me tell you the finger position in corporations. As, as, as I have told first finger is derivative of second finger into it for a second for it and Tartuffe that is dedicated photographers. Okay, So these are the three. Generally we are playing to play the scale. Okay? So I'm using my third finger to play the rate of D-string, that it fourth string. Then I am playing 0 open. Then I'm playing with the second finger on the second fret of the G string that I'm playing with. The third finger. On, the third fret of g stingray star string that I'm playing with the first finger. To play the first note of seconds string that I'm playing with the third finger, to play the third note of seconds stream, then open. Then I'm playing with the first finger to play the first note of first string, but this is how to use their finger. So it is very simple. So we need to use the first finger, second finger to play the second fret, third finger to bleed a title for it. Okay. Wherever it is applicable, we devote. Fred. You can see under deaths, sea and pingo live on, but he was, so now it has gone when it took someone like this. Once again. So this is how in a two-player first you play slowly, then you can actually increase the speed and practice like this. This is going to increase the speed and practice. But one thing that you are getting clear sound from each node to all the nodes sounds should be clear, we're playing. Okay, so I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 9. G Major Scale In Open Position: In this lesson, we are going to lend G major scale in open Buddhism. So first I'll play and show you the first octave. Then I'm going to tell you how to play the hashed octave with fingerprints and, and tabs. Then I'm going to play the second octave and went to explain you how to play the second octave with tariffs and finger position at the end, we're going to combine both the octaves and play. So let us learn. This is how it's going to sound first octave. So now let me tell you what I'm playing. You can see the tabs on the screen here. I'm starting with tariff rate of sixth string, that is E string. So that this note Xist gene or how it is g, because the opening is E. Then if I paste the first one, it's become f, then f sub than g. So as I said, any skill you are playing, the first node should be the same, okay, So we are playing G major scale. So the first box would be z. So I'm playing tariff rate of 16, then I am playing on the fifth string, then two on the fifth string, then under 15, then 0 on the fourth string, then two under Fostering poor on the fourth string, then 0 on the first Kimberly G string. Okay, So that is G string. Open we're playing means we're playing the G naught, so the EndNote is also g. So once again, note on the sixth string, then did on the fifth string, then on the fifth string, then three on the fifth string, then 0 on the fourth string and pull on the 4th Street and fall on the fourth string, then 0 on the touch screen. So 300. Four. They're going vegan the same way. Now let me explain you the finger position. So the finger and using is same thing, the police and style. So fostering that is dedicated to Footprint. Second finger is going to go to the second fret. Third finger is dedicated to tell for it. Okay, So in this second octave we have one thrush naught. We need to play a phosphate, we need to play. So anywhere I said, whenever you see there is any one present in the particular scales, then you need to use this pattern. Okay? First finger with the FARC per second finger is the second Flipkart and that was at Alfred. So edges, starting with the third fret of 16, I'm using my third finger on the sixth string. Then I'm playing the next thing, 0. Then second finger with the second fret of the fifth string, then tar finger with the tariff rate of fifth string. Okay, Then again, I'm playing on that fourth string, and I'm using my second finger to play the second fret of ports. Then fourth finger I'm using to play the fourth threat, the fourth stream. Then 0 on the top string. So this is quite simple. So once again, let me play. And so you, okay, I hope you have understood the guitar tabs and fingerprint 300 to 400, then going because it's the same for me. Okay, you can practice like this. Now let us play the second octave. So let me play first. This is what It's going to sound. Now let me show you what I'm playing here. So the first noticed the end node of the FARC octave. So it, so that it's 0 on the third string. Then we'll be playing second fret of testing. Then fourth photo, third string. Then we'll be playing first-rate of second string, then second part of it, second string. Then we'll be playing and 0 on the first string, then two on the first string, then three on the first string. Okay, So the N naught is also a genome and we'll come back in the same way, okay, 3203131 on the second string. Then we'll be playing four on the top, string, 2 on the carpeting on that. So this is second octave. Let me tell you the finger position, same way we are playing first fret. We are playing with the first finger, second fret, we're playing with the second finger, third fret we are playing with the third finger, fourth grade, we are playing with the foot fingers at, but the tab, we have data on the thirsty than two, we will play with that second finger. Then four will play with the fourth finger. That we have. One. We'll play with the first finger. Then we have three, will play the third finger. Then we have 0. Then we have to, we'll play with the second finger, then we have three. We'll play with the third finger. So now let me play once again the second octave, 14. Now we combine both the octave and we'll play. Okay, you can see that combine taps on the screen. Now, let me play once again. So this is how in it to play both the octave. So I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 10. A Major Scale In Open Position: In this lesson, we're going to learn images killing open position. You already have learned C major scale, D-major scale, images skill, F major scale, G major scale. In this lesson, we are going to learn the next, that is a major skill in open Buddhism. So we'll be learning first fast octave, then second octave. Then we'll combine both the octave and we'll learn, and we'll be learning step-by-step first, I'll show you how to play. Then I'm going to show you the tariffs. Tariffs I am playing. Then I'm going to show you the finger position. In the first step, I'll be playing the first octave. Okay? Then I'm going to tell you how to play it. Okay? So this is the first octave of images can, so now let me explain the tariffs what I'm planes. So first I'm playing 0 on the PIP string, then on the fifth string, that is a string, then four on the fifth string. That is a string that I'm playing 0 on the fourth string, that is D string. Then I'm playing the second of distinct, that is fourth string that I'm playing the fourth of posting that is D string, then I'm playing the first note of the G string that I'm playing the second note of G string that is thirsty. So it is on the fifth string, then on the fourth string, then one on the first king. So it is quite simple. Okay? This is the tabs. Now let me tell you the finger position. It is quite simple. I'm using my finger to play the first fret note, second finger to play the second node, and third finger to play the third fret, fourth finger to play the fourth late node. Okay, so 0 to two and playing with the second finger and for sampling with the forefinger than 0, then two again with our second finger. And I'm playing with the fourth finger then first and playing with the first finger, then second, I'm playing with the second finger. So let me play again how it's going to sound. This is how it's going to sound. So the first octave we have learned, now let us learn the second or first. Let me play how it's going to sound. Then I'm going to tell you the tabs and finger Buddhism. So it's going to sound like this. So the second Octave is going to sound like this. Now let me tell you what I'm playing the tabs. So we'll be starting with the node where we ended the first octave. That is second fret of testing, okay? Then the next note is for threat of thirsty. Then the next note, its second fret of the second string. Then the next node is third node of seconds. Then 0 on the frosting, then go under first thing, then fought on the fasting, then picked on the firstName. So that, that's a note. So the fifth note for note, second naught 0, second on the second string, then we have Ford and so on the third string, 2, 3 on the second string, 0245. And you don't know what I'm playing and I'm using the same finger that it's second finger on the second fret of the a string. Then using the fourth finger to play the fourth note of third string. Then I'm using second finger to play the second note of second string. Then I'm eating the third finger to play the third fret of the second string, then I am using second finger to play the second fret of fostering than using fourth finger to play the fourth note of fostering, this is called sliding. Then I'm sliding main port finger to spread to play the fifth note of the first year. So here you need to remember this. I'm sliding my fifth finger and while playing descending order them sliding up. So once again, second finger, fourth finger on the third string, second finger, third finger on the second, 0, second fore finger, and sliding the fourth finger to the fifth fret and play, okay, the last node. So now let me play 1 second and show you. So now let us combine both the octave and play. And this is how you need to come in and play. So I hope you have understood this lesson. We have learned C major scale, D-major scale, e-mail scale, F major scale, G major scale, images scale. So one more scale is remaining, that is D-major scale. But B major scale, we are not learning in this module. We'll be learned will be covering the major scale when we land a different scale positions when we're learning in intermediate level and advanced level, the movable positions. So next we're going to learn the skill. I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 11. Convert Major to Minor Scale: In this lesson, we're going to learn how to convert major skill to minus q. And let me explain you why we're going to learn this. So suppose if you are playing a major scale and if I ask, can you play the same skill and minor? So there's a easy way to immediately convert images called 2 minus kill. So that is what I'm going to explain, you know, okay? And learn this. So as per the formula, the major scale formulated root, whole, whole, half, whole, whole, whole hub, okay? And the minus kel formulated food, whole half, whole, whole, whole, whole. Okay? So now let us construct a major scale first to understand how to convert. Let us construct images, skill and a minus kill, okay? And that is what exactly I'm going to explain you the formula and tips how to convert images CO2 minus q, okay? So the images skills, if I see the root node is a, then the whole note is B. Then we have a whole note that is B, then we have a whole lot. So be whole noticed, see stuff or D flat. Okay, then we have a half note, then we have a half note. There is nothing by dy. Then we have a whole note. We have a whole, so d whole note is E. Then we have a whole note again. So e whole node is F sub G flat. Then we have a whole note again. So that is nothing but G surf or E-flat. Then we have half node again, so that is nothing but a. So you already have constructed a meniscal in the previous lessons while constructing them as a skill. So same thing I have written. So these are the notes in a major skills. Okay, So now let me tell you how I can easily remember the minor scale, okay, if I know the major skill, okay, The formula is the third note, sixth note, and seven note. We need to move down one stave, one semitone, or you can say 1.5 node, we need to move down, okay? So that means all other nodes would be same as measure skill. So let us write down for this a minus kill. So fast and second would be the same third node we are not writing. And fifth note. Then fourth note, we have a, D, E, and 67. We are not writing, we are writing the, so we have written down the nodes which are not willing to change, okay? So only three notes we are going to change to convert it to a minus given. So let us the third, sixth, seventh, we need to move down, move down by half note or a semitone, okay, so c sub or D flat, if I move down by half, note, that is C. Okay? So seeks not F sharp or G flat. If I move down by half node or semitone, that would be F and G sub or a flood if I move down by Hub, note that would be g. So it is a, B, C, D E, F G, a B. If you can go back one, listen previous, when we have constructed a minus skills with each other nodes, it's there in him and scale, all natural notes in a minor scale, which I've told you earlier while constructing the minor scale. Okay? If you see the first note is equal, second naught is equal. Third node only is the different. Then throat naught is equal d and d p naught is equal E and E. Sixth note and seven node is the difference. And again, the eighth node is equal to eight nodes. We don't count. Eight node is a node because it is a repeated to the root node. So we always say it's a scale has seven unique note. One note is the repeated node of the root node, okay? Only this. So only the third, sixth, seventh is the change. Okay? So in this lesson I'm going to explain you one more thing that is how to convert minor to measure, okay? Now I am writing minor to major. Similarly, if like, if I know my minor scale, I can easily get my major skills. In that case, why do we need to do we need to move the third, sixth, seventh note we need to move up by one semitone or hub node. Okay? So now let me remove this third node, sixth note, and seven nodes, okay? Now all other nodes would be same. Okay, So now the third node, we have two arrays said from minor to major. We have to move up while major to minor, we're moving down by half note or semitone. In my, in case of minor to measure, we need to move up by one semitone or half note of third, sixth, seventh note. So if a move up by a semitone or half node, it would be C or D flat. Again in the sixth note, if I moved up by one semitone, that is, if surf or G flat. And again, G, the seventh note, if I move up by one semitone or half-note, that is G sub or if lead. Okay? So that becomes a major scale again, okay? So, so this is how you need to convert two major to minor, minor to major. So isn't it so easy to learn how to convert images CO2 minus killed. So this is, and this lesson I have given you just to avoid learning so many things, if you know one thing, you can convert into other thing. So if you know major skill, you can easily convert it to minus kill if you know, even easily converted to measure skill. Okay, So this lesson, I hope, is going to useful for you, for your full musical career. Okay, this is a very, very nice TFS which I have learned and am sharing with you all. So I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 12. C Minor Scale in Open Position: In this lesson, we're going to learn how to play minus good deal. Now, we have learned all the major scales in one position. So now we'll be learning how to play minus skills in an open position. In this lesson, we'll be learning C minus in open policing. In the previous lesson, I have explained you how to convert images, go to minus kill. Okay, so now let us apply the same formula and play C minus. Good. So before I play C minor scale, I want to show you the guitar tabs for C major scale in open policing, which we have learned in the beginning of this module. So you can see that you did taps on the screen just to remind you, let me play once again. Okay, So this is C major scale, so I'm playing time for it on the fifth string, 0 on this port string, due on the fourth string, three, wonderful steam. Then 0 on the third string, on the third string, on the second string, 1 on the second string. So this is how I'm playing in coming back in the same way. This is C major scale. Now, as I have explained in the previous lesson, you convert images into a minus good. We need to Platon the third node, 67 node. So let us apply the same formula and write the detective. So as you can see, the return types on the screen for C minus kill, it denotes al same, except third note, sixth note, and seven note, just a flat naught of the major scale. So you can see the third note of major scale in second fret of the fourth string here in the minus kel, you can see it is first fret of the fourth string, similarly sixth note and 7, and also adjusted flat note of sixth, seventh note of C major scale. Now let me play first how it's going to sound. Then I'm going to explain you the tabs and finger position, so we'll be playing the doctor first. So this is C minor scale. So now let me play C major scale and C minus Gill back to back so that you understand how we Images called sound and how we minus concern. Now let me play C major scale. Now minus 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0. Okay, this is the tab. Now let me explain him. The finger foods into the finger equation is same as we have learned in the major scales. Open position. First finger is pretty good, too far-fetched. Second finger is dedicated to second third degree with tile for it. So I'm using 180, it's coming toward prayed. I'm using two-finger and it's coming second, third and using second finger and just go for it. I'm using first finger, finger position, am using tab for it and using her finger. Second freedom using second finger and phosphate anything past finger. So now let me tell you one important concept here. So in the majors, clumping two notes on the thirsting and two notes on the second string. But in case of my C minus Gil, I'm playing three notes on the third string and one note on the second string, y. In the scene that major scale on the second string, I'm playing 0, 1. As you know that 0 is the seventh note of major scale, right? As I said, seven notes would be the flattened in minor scale. So that means, so that note is nothing but open. Second thing means it's a B note. So in the minus kel debts notes would get flattened. So that means, so what is the flat note of B? B flat note is a surf. All these things I have already have explained in module 2 or beginner level, please go through with my module to a beginner level so it will be easy to understand all these constitute play that asap. Not what I have done is I am playing that a sub note on the third string. So these node I'm what I'm playing, did nothing but A's or I'm not getting a server here because the starting node open, we're playing me that is the starting note of that string. Flat mode means that one note before I will not get that in the same string. Okay, so what I have to do is I have to play that in the previous string. That note is nothing but a soap note so that E sub naught is nothing but third fret of the third string. How it is Acer? Because open a G then G serve first fret. Second fret is a, then it is a sin so that a certain node that is seventh note, I'm playing in third string, third afraid. I hope you have understood this, okay, So this is one thing you need to understand. So now let us play the second octave. Okay? I'm not going to explain you theoretically much, so I'm just going to pay the tax. And so for the second octave, you can see their tabs on the skin patch will play them C-major scale in open position per second octave. Then we're going to play the second octave of C minus skill in open police. So first let me play this image is called an open position. Okay, So this, we already know, we already have learned. Now, let me convert this to a minus. I'm playing furthest on the second string, then ambling 013 on the first string and 5, 7, 8 and playing on the first string. Okay, So this is major scale now minus kill. The third note is going to be a flattened. This is first node, second node, okay, 13. The third node is open, fostering, open for a string that is e. So the E flat, that means it is D. So if you have to play flat note of E, that means it's an E flat or D, sir. Okay, so the desorb will NOT gate it here on the first string because the first node, we are starting with E, Okay, so we have to play that note in the second string. So here it comes, the D sub naught. So that open note, the flat note of this open note we have to play here, okay, That's a D-sharp note. How it is they serve. The second string is B. If I hold the first note, it become C, then C, then D, then D sub. So the fourth note is D sub naught. So this D7 note will be playing here. So the task become 13 agile than the flatten nought of 0 of fostering that is dy. So we'll be playing here, 134 to the fourth note and flip note. It's same. So it is 1367 node is going to change. So, so here it will become fought instead of five, it will become forth, instead of seven, it will become 68 will be as it is. So let me play completely. Fall on the second string, first four on the first string, then 64 on the second string, first telephone on the first string, then 68. So now let me play the major scale first and minus Kilo that you get the difference in the sound on the second octave. So let me play them. They just come first it is. So let me tell you the finger am using I'm using same oil, you know, for the first frayed I'm hearing the first finger, third fret, I'm using the third finger and forth freedom using the fourth fingers. So same way, first 34, then 68 m, playing with the first third finger. This is how we need to play the second octave of C minor scale. Let me combine photography when second octave of C minor scale and play. This is the conflict to a C minor scale in open position. So now, as I have explained how we can convert images come to mind, skin raised, all the minor scale in open police and you are going to play by ESL. I hope you have understood the complete concept, how we need to convert images could be minus Good. This is the assignment I'm giving you, d minus killing open-position e minus Klonopin police and F minus k. Now open position z minus clean open brace and a minus k and open bullies. And you are going to play by yourself the assignment as part of project work. You can do this and if you have any query or any question, please write it to me. I am going to answer your query as soon as possible. And I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 13. Conclusion: Hi there, Nice to see you in this last video, model pie or beginner level and college release. And for successfully completing this module pipe or beginner level, as I have told in the course introduction video, that this is the final module of beginner level. And I hope you have gone through my complete modules or beginner level, module 1, module 2, module 3, module 4, and module 5. If you've learned all these modules, you were master in beginner level by now. So let me summarize this module at a glance, what we have learned in this module pipe or beginner level. We have learned what its scale of what is octave types of scales, and how to read and write tabs. Also, we have learned all the major skill in open position except be images, which we are going to learn in intermediate level 0 and we're learning scale positions. And we also have learned how to convert images come to a minor scale and minus k2, a major skill. Then we have learned C minus Villanova and policemen and rate all have explained how we can convert images come to a minor scale. Applying that formula, you need to play by yourself. If you have any query, you can write it to me. I'm going to answer you back. Last but not the least, if you really like this model pebble beginner level, then please leave your positive Pittsburgh as a token of appreciation. And also you can recommend this course to your friends and loved ones. Always see a little compare to see you in the intermediate level modules till then, keep practice and your learning. Stay safe and stay happy. By the way.