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Welcome! Online Guitar Lessons and Learning Tools

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Welcome to Fachords! Gianca from Italy here, guitar player and software engineer.

Here you can find online guitar lessons, chords and scales ebooks and free software apps for your practice.

I put many efforts to create all the stuff and I hope you'll like Fachords Online Guitar Lessons and Learning Tools.

Enjoy your stay here!

A Beginners Path to Learn Guitar

"a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step"

1) Your first guitar lesson (and your first chord)

1.1) If you have never even held a guitar before now, start with this lessons that shows you the basics (posture, parts of your axe, tunings).

1.2) Then here you'll learn your first chord and how to strum the strings.

2) Open Chords

2.1) Chords are what makes all the other music parts come together. Learn how to play open chords.

2.2) Don't miss the "276 Guitar Chords Ebook - Essential Reference".

2.3) You might find useful this Online Guitar Chords Generator: A free app that shows you chords fingerings and sounds along all fretboard.

3) Beginner Guitar Scales

3.1) It's time to move your fingers faster: learn pentatonic scale riffs.

3.2) Adding the "blue note" to a pentatonic scale, you get the Blues.

3.3) Here's our interactive Scales Finder. Tons of scale pattern with sound.

3.4) The "84 Guitar Scales and Arpeggios Patterns" pdf ebook will give good material to practice.

4) Chords Progressions

4.1) Chord progressions is an essential skill all guitar players have to have. Learn how .

4.2) Blues chords progressions: all what you need in jam situations (plus a bit of Blues history).

4.3) Create your own Chords Progressions and test your ideas with the Jam Track Chord Progressions Generator.

5) More Scales and exercises

5.1) Here's a serious lesson on scales exercises: left and right hands synchronization. Be sure to take care of your hands and muscles with proper warm up exercises.

5.2) This Speed Trainer Metronome App has been designed to help you increase your picking speed and precision.

5.3) More scales! Here's a tasty ebook with 40 Exotic Scales patterns

6) Fretboard Knowledge: learning the fingerboard

6.1) You should memorize the notes on the fretboard. It's really helpful for improvisation, jamming, composing.

6.2) The Fretboard Trainer Game will test your guitar knowledge. With this tool you should memorize the whole fretboard in a couple of weeks.

7) Aural Training: recognizing sounds

7.1) Train your ear in a fun way with the Interval Ear Training Game.

7.2) Are you able to recognize chords? What's the sound of a major chord? Test your ear against the Chords Recognition Game.

7.3) With this mp3 Ear Training set you can practice ear training on the go.

8) A bit of Music Theory

8.1) Learn The Circle of Fifths on Guitar

8.2) Chords are not static shapes to memorize. Learn how chords are built with the "Fretboard Intervals Chords Construction

8.3) 7th Chords Progressions: here's an handy Chords in Keys pdf chart reference

9) Get your playing to the next level?

Learn about the best pro guitar lessons sites, places where to find plenty of good online lessons.

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84 Guitar scales and arpeggios patterns

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276 Guitar Chords - Essential Reference

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A nice story about chords scales and feelings:

Once Andres Segovia was sitting in silent as he watched Django Reinhardt improvise on some famous standard jazz tunes; he was so impressed that he asked Django where he could get the sheet music for those awesome tunes he had just played. Django is said to have replied "Oh I have never played from a piece of sheet music in my life, I just improvise".

I don't know if this conversation really happened, but it is a nice story of two great guitar players that will be remembered forever. To make this long story short, as Metallica would say, "eat, sleep, play guitar. Nothing else matters!"

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