HomeLearn to play by ear using chord tones (Part one)

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This week in our playing-by-ear series guitar teacher Brad Mavin shares a process he uses for learning to play songs by ear on guitar. A fun exercise that I like to do with students is to play along with a … href="http://www.EasyEarTraining.com/2012/10/11/learn-to-play-by-ear-using-chord-tones-part-one/">Continue reading class="meta-nav">→ style="clear:both;">Related posts:

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