Exercise 1

Here is a quick reference to the system of notation I use for transcribing music for the steel guitar: STEEL GUITAR NOTATION LEGEND

For some of the exercises here, I will include the fingering near the notes.

t for Thumb.
i for Index.
m for Middle.
r for Ring.

If you need help reading sheet music in general, check these pages out: CLASSICAL NOTATION

If you don't have a particular pedal or lever that I have on my instrument, you can use the BAR COPEDENT I have designed. This diagram will show you which fret to move your bar to in order to play the same note.



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