|If you were to pick a key and chart every note of that key on the instrument; you would see 5 obvious hand positions. 5 POSITION information for guitar, bass, fretless, mandolin, banjo, violin, mandola, ukulele, oud, left handed and more. Play your traditional instruments.|
These slide rules simply show every note on the neck for any key you choose with 5 easy hand positions. This is where you put your fingers for any key. Easy to use. Pick a key, set the slide, and play from the 5 hand positions. To improvise, play 2 or 3 notes at same time, or play fast and slow phrases using mainly the notes that are showing. You provide the improvision, or recombining of notes to phrases, and phrases into leads. It is quick mastery!
These 12 sets of chords are related, they go together. There are many chords that go together, this is one set. The first chord designates the key. If you have chords and all the notes in that key, you have most everything you will need to play music.
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