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?Android teaches you Folk, Blues and Jazz Guitar ? This real guitar method will give you great informations & technics to improve your guitar skill. No musical knowledge is required to use this app, you just need a guitar. If you’re looking for an efficient method to learn how to play guitar, there’s an Android app for that! www.androidpipe.com – July 2012Designed for tablet and smartphones Including ? 27 Lessons of increasing level – from beginner to intermediate guitarist -? Video file for each lesson ? Autoscrolling Tabs – portrait or landscape -? Detailed informations about theory and technics on each lesson? Pitch notes to tune your guitar and much more ;-)Perfectly suited for this app : IK Multimedia iKlip Studio ? Visit IK Multimedia for detailed informations: www.ikmultimedia.com/products/iklipstudio/This app supports english – try E-Folk (english, french, german, spanish), E-Blues (english, french) or E-Jazz (english, french) also available on Google PlayDivided in three parts : ? Part 1 (E-Folk 11 lessons for beginners) Lesson 1: Take your GuitarHow to hold your guitarNotes on the neck, tuningReading tablatures : Boogie in ELesson 2: ArpeggiosRight hand fingeringSimple arpeggios with bass note melodyLesson 3: What is a chord ?Play E minor and A minor chordsFingeringChord chartsLesson 4: Play with a pickThe C major chord Downstrokes and upstrokes pickingLesson 5: The Folk rhythmThe G major chordFrom C -> G, and addition of notes to chords Hammer-onLesson 6: Three beats rhythmThe D major chordProgression G -> D -> Am -> CLesson 7: Chords arpeggiosThe D minor chordThumb plays the root note of the chordLesson 8: Palm muteThe E major and A major chordsBack and forth playingMute sound with your palmLesson 9: Minor barred chordsLearning notes on the neckThe A and E minor barred positionsSwing rhythmLesson 10: Country ClubThe E major barred positionAdd a 7th note to your chordsLesson 11: The C barred chordThe A major barred positionsVariation on the D chordThe C9 chord? Part 2 (E-Blues 8 lessons for beginners) Begin with a traditional acoustic shuffle then play a funky blues with more advanced rhythm pattern.Discover the SRV Texas Blues on a clean Stratocaster.Enjoy a minor style Blues and smash your amp with more Rock lesson played on a Les Paul.? Part 3 (E-Jazz 8 lessons) Lesson 1: Jazz ChordsMajor scale’s Jazz chordsFingering and chords change for II V I in G and C progressionWalking bassLesson 2: II V I ProgressionUse of the major scaleChords embellishmentDiminished chordLesson 3: Tonality changeLearn to find II V I progression in multiple tonalitiesChords roots on the E and A stringsLesson 4: More chords changeDiatonic substitutionSecondary dominant chordCycle of fifthsTetrads and TriadsLesson 5: Tritone substitutionTritone substitution11th and 13th chordsFingering playLesson 6: Blues for ClaraFrom traditionnal 12 bar blues to a more complex structure9th and 13th chordsLesson 7: Gypsy SwingGypsy Jazz rhythmMajor and Minor 6th chordsLesson 8: Sunny BossaBossa Nova rhythm patternUsing substitutionsChords sequences have been extracted from some Jazz Standards but no melody is played because of copyrights. Enjoy this app !