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ーGuitar ALL-IN-ONE FOR Dummies(耳麿秘壇―
  撃中
  About the Authors
  Contents at a Glance
  Table of Contents
  Introduction
    About This Book
    Conventions Used in This Book
    What You¨re Not to Read
    Foolish Assumptions
    How This Book Is Organized
    Icons Used in This Book
    Where to Go from Here
  Book I: Guitar 101
    Chapter 1: Guitar Anatomy and Tuning
      The Anatomy of a Guitar
      How Guitars Work
      Counting Your Strings and Frets
      Everything¨s Relative: Tuning the Guitar to Itself
      In Deference to a Reference: Tuning to a Fixed Source
    Chapter 2: Developing Basic Playing Skills
      Hand Position and Posture
      Understanding Guitar Notation
      How to Play a Chord
    Chapter 3: Buying and Stringing Guitars
      Before You Break Out Your Wallet
      Beginner Guitars
      Models for a Particular Style
      Choosing a Good Guitar
      Buying an Ax to Grind
      Knowing When to Change the Strings
      Off with the Old: Removing Stressed Strings
      Stringing a Steel-String Acoustic Guitar
      Stringing Nylon-String Guitars
      Stringing an Electric Guitar
    Chapter 4: Deciphering Music Notation and Tablature
      Knowing the Ropes of Standard Music Notation
      Relating the Notes on the Staff to the Fretboard
      Guitar-Specific Notation
  Book II: Sounds and Techniques
    Chapter 1: Basic Major and Minor Chords
      Playing Chords in the A Family
      Playing Chords in the D Family
      Playing Chords in the G Family
      Playing Chords in the C Family
      Playing Songs with Basic Major and Minor Chords
      Strumming the ^Oldies ̄ Progression
    Chapter 2: Adding Spice: Basic 7th Chords
      Dominant 7th Chords
      Minor 7th Chords: Dm7, Em7, and Am7
      Major 7th Chords: Cmaj7, Fmaj7, Amaj7, and Dmaj7
      Playing Songs with 7th Chords
    Chapter 3: The Left Hand: Chord Techniques
      Playing Open-Position Chords
      Putting Power Chords into Play
      Getting Behind the Barre
    Chapter 4: The Right Hand: Rhythm Techniques
      Strumming Along
      Mixing Single Notes and Strums
      Disrupting Your Sound: Syncopated Strumming
      Giving Your Left Hand a Break
      Suppressing the Right Hand
      Left-Hand Movement within a Right-Hand Strum
      Giving Your Fingers Some Style
    Chapter 5: Playing Melodies in Position and in Double-Stops
      Playing in Position
      Double-Stops
      Playing Songs in Position and in Double-Stops
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