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SHOWS DIAGRAMS OF THE FINGERBOARD OF THE GUITAR
Also correct fingering of the left hand in making the different positions and
chords, in so very simple a manner, that any person may take up the guitar
and play all the chords without the aid of notes or teacher AT SIGHT
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POSITION, ALSO THE PRINCIPAL MODULATIONS IN ALL KEYS
Y It contains exercises for fingering with the right hand, not found in any >
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as a correct foundation for modern guitar playing.
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E. N. GUCKERT
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1st Fret
2nd Fret
3rd Fret
4th Fret
5th Fret
6th Fret
7th Fretl
CHORDS
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EXPLANATION
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ignate fingers of left hand to
be used in holding down the
strings on the frets
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finger of the left hand
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Open strings
To be held down with the 3rd
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KEY OF C NATURAL
C
TONIC
CHORD
3 1
SUB-DOMINANT
CHORD
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CHORD
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KEY OF G OR ONE SHARP
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2 3
KEY OF D OR TWO SHARPS
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CHORD
13 2
SUB-DOMINANT
CHORD
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KEY OF
A OR THREE SHARPS
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TONIC
CHORD
1 2
D
SUB-DOMINANT
CHORD
C DOMINANT
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KEY OF E OR FOUR SHARPS
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CHORD
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KEY OF B
OR FWE SHARPS
KEY OF P* OR SIX SHARPS
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TONIC
CHORD
3 2 11
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SUB-DOMINANT
CHORD
1 3 4 1
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KEY OF F OR ONE FLAT
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KEY OF B"" OR TWO FLATS
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KEY OF E' OR THREE FLATS
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TONIC
CHORD
12 4 3
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SUB-DOMINANT
CHORD
2 11
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DOMINANT
CHORD
1 3 3 4
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KEY OF A OR FOUR FLATS
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CHORD
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CHORD
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MODULATIONS IN ALL KEYS
C CHORD
3
3 1 2 14
MODULATION KEY OF C
3 2 1 3 1
MODULATION KEY OF D
13 2 1 2 3
MODULATION KEY OF A
MODULATION KEY OF B
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1 2 2 2
3 3 3
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12 3 1
3 2 11
MODULATION KEY OF E
4 121 3 1 3111 S 111
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MODULATION KEY OF
A"
3211 3 1 3111 1324 3211 1324 5 211
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10th Fret
11th Fret
12th Fret
SPANISH FANDANGO (key of g and
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1st PART (REPEAT) 2nd PART (REPEAT)
3 2 3 2 2 13 2
DEW DROP SCHOTTISCHE (key of a and d)
1st PART (REPEAT)
2nd PART (REPEAT)
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HOME SWEET HOME (key of
o
Ist PART (REPEAT)
WILD ROSE WALTZ (key of f, c and d minor)
1st PART (REPEAT)