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# This book is published by Taura Eruera © 2010.

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Exercise 1: WRITE STAVE AND TAB SPACE NOTES OVER THREE OCTAVES Bar 13

Using a dubu rhythm, write in all the space notes on the stave from E below the stave to F above the
stave then back down again. As you write each stave note, write in the note location on the tab. Plus
the fingering number under each tab note.

Exercise 2: WRITE STAVE AND TAB LINE NOTES OVER THREE OCTAVES Bar 25

Using a duobo rhythm, write in all the lines notes on the stave from F below the stave to G above
the stave then back down again. As you write each stave note, write in the note location on the tab.
Plus the fingering number under each tab note.

Exercise 3: WRITE STAVE AND TAB TRIADS ON SPACES OVER 3 OCTAVES Bar 49

Using a dudobo rhythm, write a triad on each ascending SPACE note, from E BELOW the stave to
B ABOVE the stave.Then using a dobobu rhythm, write a triad on each descending SPACE note,
from F ABOVE the stave to D BELOW the stave. As you write each stave note, write each tab. Plus
the fingering number under each tab note. Bars 25 and 26 show how to form a triad. A triad is 3
ascending SPACE notes in a row.

Exercise 4: WRITE STAVE AND TAB TRIADS ON LINES OVER 3 OCTAVES Bar 73

Using a sobodobo rhythm, write a triad on each ascending LINE note, from F BELOW the stave to
B ABOVE the stave.Then write a triad on each descending LINE note, from G ABOVE the stave to
C BELOW the stave. As you write each stave note, write in the noteon the tab. Add fingering
number under each tab note. Bars 49 and 50 show how to form a triad. A triad is 3 consecutive
ascending LINE notes.

## Exercise 5: G - G TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN OPEN POSITION (0) Bar 73

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab two
octaves from G below the Stave to G above the stave in open position. See tab in bars 69 - 72. The
notes are located between frets 0 - 3 on each string. As in bars 69 - 72. Notes above the stave
between B and F are located on string E1.

## Exercise 6: G - G TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN SECOND POSITION (2) Bar 97

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab two
octaves from G below the Stave to G above the stave in 2nd position. See tab in bars 93 - 96. The
notes are located between frets 2 - 5 on each string. As in bars 93 - 96. Notes above the stave
between B and F are located on string E1

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Exercise 7: B - B TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN FIFTH POSITION (5) Bar 121

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab two
octaves from B below the Stave to B above the stave in 5th position. See tab in bars 117-120. The
notes are located between frets 5 - 8 on each string. As in bars 117-120. Notes D and F above the
stave are located on string E1.
Exercise 8: B - B TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN SEVENTH POSITION (7) Bar 145

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab two
octaves from B below the Stave to B above the stave in 7th position. See tab in bars 141-144. The
notes are located between frets 7 - 10 on each string. As in bars 141-144. Notes D and F above the
stave are located on string E1.

## Exercise 9: D - D TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN SEVENTH POSITION (7) Bar 169

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab two
octaves from D below the Stave to D above the stave in 7th position. See tab in bars 165-168. The
notes are located between frets 7 - 10 on each string. As in bars 165-168.

Exercise 10: D - D TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN NINTH POSITION (9) Bar 193

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab two
octaves from G below the Stave to G above the stave in 9th position. See tab in bars 189-192. The
notes are located between frets 9 - 12 on each string. As in bars bars 189-192.

Exercise 11: F - F TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN NINTH POSITION (9) Bar 217

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab two
octaves from F in the Stave to F above the stavein 9th position. See tab in bars 213-216. The notes
are located between frets 9 - 13 on each string. As in bars bars 213-216.

Exercise 12: F - F TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN TWELFTH POSITION (12) Bar 241

Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and above the stave, as in Exercise 3. Tab
two octaves from F in the Stave to F above the stavein 12th position. See tab in bars 237-240. The
notes are located between frets 12-15 on each string. As in bars bars 237-240.

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Table of Figures

Figure 1 Bar 69
This is a two octave arpeggio from G below the stave to G in Space 1 above the stave. This is the
tab and fingering for this arpeggio in the second position II.

Figure 2 Bar 93
This is a two octave arpeggio from G below the stave to G in Space 2 above the stave. This is the
tab and fingering for this arpeggio in the seventh position II.

## Figure 3 Bar 117

This is a two octave arpeggio from B below the stave to B in Space 2 above the stave. This is the
tab and fingering for this arpeggio in the fifth position V.

## Figure 4 Bar 141

This is a two octave arpeggio from B below the stave to B in Space 2 above the stave. This is the
tab and fingering for this arpeggio in the seventh position VII.

## Figure 5 Bar 165

This is a two octave arpeggio from D below the stave to D in Space 3 above the stave. This is the
tab and fingering for this arpeggio in the seventh position VII.

## Figure 6 Bar 189

This is a two octave arpeggio from D below the stave to D in Space 3 above the stave. This is the
tab and fingering for this arpeggio in the ninth position IX.

## Figure 7 Bar 213

This is a two octave arpeggio from F in the stave to F in Space 4 above the stave. This is the tab
and fingering for this arpeggio in the seventh position VII.

## Figure 8 Bar 237

This is a two octave arpeggio from F in the stave to F in Space 4 above the stave. This is the tab
and fingering for this arpeggio in the ninth position XIII.

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Rhythm Notes

## In this workbook you will be using the following rhythms:

• dubu
• du dobo
• dobobu
• sobodobo

These are located on bars 7, 2, 4 and 5 on the Dobodobo Rhythm Vocabulary on the next page.

You will benefit by studying that table and learning all the sounds and vocabulary by heart.

## You can learn more about saying these sounds at:

at http://guitarteacher.net.nz/Rhythm/dobodobo-quarter-note-crotchet.html

Being able to correctly sound these rhythms will be a big help to you.

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The Dobodobo Rhythm Vocabulary
The 16 Basic Dobodobo Rhythm Words Reference

By Taura Eruera
4 Attacks Rhythm

    
do bo do bo

3 Attacks Rhythm
2

             
do bo bu do bu bo du do bo so bo do bo

2 Attacks Rhythm
6

               
so bou du bu duo bo so bo bu so bu bo su do bo


1 Attack Rhythm
12

d      
de so bou su bu suo bo

0 Attack Rhythm
16

 
se

## For further info visit http://guitarteacher.net.nz/Rhythm/dobodobo-quarter-note-crotchet.html

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Introduction

## This book follows on from two earlier books entitled:

• Reading Guitar Music | Reading the Spaces 1
• Reading Guitar Music For Beginners | Reading the Lines2

## The purpose of these books were to enable you to:

• identify notes on the spaces , below, in and above the stave
• identify notes on the lines, below, in and above the stave
• identify notes on guitar tab, below, in and above the stave

## The main objective is for you to be able to:

• identify any note below, in and above the stave at sight
• locate that note on your fingerboard (with no looking or fast looking) and
• play that note on sight with the correct finger

## This book extends your knowledge by:

• using the concept of triad
• writing triads below, in and above the stave
• writing triads on the tab
• learning the concept of the two octave staircase with a three octave arpeggio

## This book teaches nine ways to:

• write triads in the spaces through nine different staircases
• tab triads in the spaces through nine different staircases
• sight read triads in the spaces through nine different staircases

This book trains you to have a detailed knowledge of the fingerboard, tab and stave

Which makes reading music on guitar by sight just a matter of time. For you. Enjoy.
1Reading Guitar Music | Reading the Spaces
2Reading Guitar Music For Beginners | Reading the Lines

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Videos

## At the time this book is written, no video's have been produced.

When they are you can find them at this playlist: 3 Octave Arpeggios Space Notes In C
Which you will find at this URL

## Reading Music On Guitar: Lines notes open position

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## Reading Music On Guitar: Lines notes 5th position

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Reading Music On Guitar: Lines notes 7th position Reading Music On Guitar: Lines notes
7th position
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Reading Music On Guitar: Lines notes on position 9 Reading Music On Guitar: Lines notes
on position 9
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Beginning Sightreading Guitar WorkBook
WRITE STAVE AND TAB SPACE NOTES OVER 3 OCTAVES

Exercise 1: Using a dubu rhythm, write in all the space notes on the
stave from E below the stave to F above the stave then
back down again. As you write each stave note, write
in the note location on the tab. Plus the fingering number

 
under each tab note.




 

5



9


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WRITE STAVE AND TAB LINE NOTES OVER THREE OCTAVES

Exercise 2: Using a duobo rhythm, write in all the lines notes on the
stave from F below the stave to G above the stave then
back down again. As you write each stave note, write
in the note location on the tab. Plus the fingering number
under each tab note.

13

 


   

17



21



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WRITE STAVE AND TAB TRIADS ON SPACES OVER 3 OCTAVES

## Exercise 3: Using a dudobo rhythm, write a triad on each ascending

SPACE note, from E BELOW the stave to B ABOVE the stave.Then using
a dobobu rhythm, write a triad on each descending SPACE note, from F
ABOVE the stave to D BELOW the stave. As you write each stave note,
writeeach tab. Plus the fingering number under each tab note. Bars 25 and

26 show how to form a triad. A triad is 3 ascending SPACE notes in a row.
25

    



29


    
 
33

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37



41

   



45 FREE BARS

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WRITE STAVE AND TAB TRIADS ON LINES OVER 3 OCTAVES

## Exercise 4: Using a sobodobo rhythm, write a triad on each ascending

LINE note, from F BELOW the stave to B ABOVE the stave.Then write a
triad on each descending LINE note, from G ABOVE the stave to C BELOW
the stave. As you write each stave note, write in the noteon the tab. Add
fingering number under each tab note. Bars 49 and 50 show how to

form a triad. A triad is 3 consecutive ascending LINE notes.
49

   
   



53


  

57   
  

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61



65

 
 


Figure 1
This is a two octave arpeggio from G below the stave to G in
Space 1 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this
arpeggio in the second position II.

  
69

   
  


0 3
1
2
0 3
2
3
3 2 0 3 2 1 0 0

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G - G TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN OPEN POSITION (0)

## Exercise 5: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and

above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from G below the Stave to G above the stave
in open position. See tab in bars 69 - 72. The notes are located
between frets 0 - 3 on each string. As in bars 69 - 72. Notes
above the stave between B and F are located on string E1.

73

  

 
  



77



81      
  

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85



89

 
  


Figure 2
This is a two octave arpeggio from G below the stave to G in
Space 2 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this
arpeggio in the seventh position II.

  
93

  
 
 


3
5
2 5
3
2 5
3
2 1 4 3 1 4 4 2

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G - G TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN SECOND POSITION (2)

## Exercise 6: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and

above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from G below the Stave to G above the stave
in 2nd position. See tab in bars 93 - 96. The notes are located
between frets 2 - 5 on each string. As in bars 93 - 96. Notes
above the stave between B and F are located on string E1.

 
97

 
  
  



101



  

105   
  

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109



113

 
 



Figure 3
This is a two octave arpeggio from B below the stave to B in
Space 2 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this
arpeggio in the fifth position V.

   
117

   
 


7
5 8
5
7
5 8
7
3 1 4 3 1 1 4 3

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B - B TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN FIFTH POSITION (5)

## Exercise 7: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and

above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from B below the Stave to B above the stave
in 5th position. See tab in bars 117-120. The notes are located
between frets 5 - 8 on each string. As in bars 117-120. Notes

 
D and Fabove the stave are located on string E1.
121

 
     



125



  
   
129

  

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133



137

 
 



Figure 4
This is a two octave arpeggio from B below the stave to B in
Space 2 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this
arpeggio in the seventh position VII.

   
141

  
 


7
8
9
7 10
8
7 10
1 4 2 1 4 3 2 1

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B - B TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN SEVENTH POSITION (7)

## Exercise 8: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and

above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from B below the Stave to B above the stave
in 7th position. See tab in bars 141-144. The notes are located
between frets 7 - 10 on each string. As in bars 141-144. Notes
D and F above the stave are located on string E1.

145

  

    



149



   

153  
  


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157



161

 
  


Figure 5
This is a two octave arpeggio from D below the stave to D in
Space 3 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this
arpeggio in the seventh position VII.

  
 
165

    


7 10
8
9
7 10
8
10
4 2 1 4 3 2 1 4

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D - D TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN SEVENTH POSITION (7)

## Exercise 9: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and

above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from D below the Stave to D above the stave
in 7th position. See tab in bars 165-168. The notes are located
between frets 7 - 10 on each string. As in bars 165-168.

169

  

    



173



   

177  
  


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181



185

 
  



Figure 6
This is a two octave arpeggio from D below the stave to D in
Space 3 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this
arpeggio in the ninth position IX.

   

189

   


10
12
9 12
10
12
10 13
1 4 3 1 1 4 4 2

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D - D TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN NINTH POSITION (9)

Exercise 10: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and
above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from G below the Stave to G above the stave
in 9th position. See tab in bars 189-192. The notes are located
between frets 9 - 12 on each string. As in bars bars 189-192.

193

  

   



197


   

201  
  

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205



209

 
  



Figure 7
This is a two octave arpeggio from F in the stave to F in
Space 4 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this

arpeggio in the seventh position VII.

   

213

   


10 13
12
9 12
10
12
13
4 3 1 1 3 3 1 4

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F - F TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN NINTH POSITION (9)

Exercise 11: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and
above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from F in the Stave to F above the stave
in 9th position. See tab in bars 213-216. The notes are located
between frets 9 - 13 on each string. As in bars bars 213-216.

217

  

   



221



225      
  

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229



233

 
 



Figure 8
This is a two octave arpeggio from F in the stave to F in
Space 4 above the stave. This is the tab and fingering for this
arpeggio in the ninth position XIII.

  
 
237

   


13
12 15
12
14
12 15
13
2 1 4 3 1 1 4 2

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F - F TWO OCTAVE STAIRCASE IN TWELFTH POSITION (12)

Exercise 12: Using a sobodobo rhythm, rewrite the notes below, in and
above the stave, as in Exercise 3.
Tab two octaves from F in the Stave to F above the stave
in 12th position. See tab in bars 237-240. The notes are located
between frets 12-15 on each string. As in bars bars 237-240.

 
241

 
  
  



245



   

249  
  


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253



257

 
  



Free Bars
261

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

## You now know:

• ONE way to stave (write) the Grand SPACE NOTE Arpeggio and
• NINE ways to tab this Grand SPACE NOTES Arpeggio

## You can do all this stuff with a pencil.

Even better! What you can do with a pencil you can do with your speech.

Keep talking to yourself about every note and every tab you wrote down in this book.

Writing the stuff down lets you capture it. And that's valuable. And important.

But if you just write down a language. And don't talk it. You have a dead language.

## Examples: Tab for E in the stave on line 1 is D2. A7 and E 12.

Tab for C in the stave on space 3 is B1, G5, D10, A13, E19.
E is on space 4 below the stave, line 1 in the stave, space 4 in the stave
and line 3 above the stave

## Now You Want to Play The Nine SPACE NOTES Arpeggios

That's understandable.

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Learn To Play The Three Octave Arpeggios Videos

Now that you have written out all the arpeggio's on stave and tabs you can take the next step of
learning to play each arpeggio. You need to memorise four bytes for each note: name each note,
name its stave position, name its tab position and name its fingering.

These eight videos demonstrate the 4 byte process for you to model

## Read Guitar Music 08: 2 Octave F Arpeggio 12 Position

Now that you have memorised each two octave staircase separately the next two videos integrate
them.