GUITAR SLIDE RULE 5 POSITIONS

5 HAND POSITIONS - EVERY NOTE IN ANY KEY
7 HAND POSITIONS FOR VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, CELLO,
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'HOW TO USE' INFORMATION

Locate the brown dots at the 5th, 7th, 12th, 17th and 19th frets.  For instance, above each set of 2 fingerboards are 4 related keys.  The gray area on the end are the open strings.  For instance, above each set of 2 fingerboards are 4 related keys.  The gray area on the end are the open strings.  If the first chord of a song is C Major, like the chords: C Am F and G, improvise with these hand positions using C Major fingerboards or C Major/m7 fingerboards, the same notes as F Major.  Usually, the first chord indicates the key.  If the chords of a song begin in Em, use the fingering for E minor, the same notes as G Major or E minor/Maj6, the same notes as D Major.  Every note showing would be in that key along with your improvised leads or fill in riffs, no matter which color hand position you play.  Try it!

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