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The Major Scale – Left Handed Diagrams

The Major Scale – Left Handed Diagrams

Neal July 27, 2014 0

The Major Scale is one of the most commonly used scales in western music. We know that some of you do struggle with regular lessons which are aimed at right handed players, so we've put together a lesson which shows the major scale for left handed guitar players

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Left Handed Guitar Fretboard Notes Diagram

Left Handed Guitar Fretboard Notes Diagram

Neal May 5, 2014 2

Use our left handed guitar fretboard diagram to easily learn the notes on your guitar. Learning the notes on the fretboard is an important part of mastering guitar and will help unlock and take your playing to the next level!

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FREE Interactive Left Handed Guitar Chord Diagrams

FREE Interactive Left Handed Guitar Chord Diagrams

Neal October 6, 2013 71

A free interactive chord diagram for beginners which will teach you a few of the most commonly used open chords...left-handed style!

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The Minor Pentatonic Scale – Left Handed Diagrams

The Minor Pentatonic Scale – Left Handed Diagrams

Neal November 13, 2012 29

Learn the minor pentatonic scale with our left handed scale diagrams and tabs

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Left Handed Powerchord Chart For Guitarists

Left Handed Powerchord Chart For Guitarists

Neal September 1, 2012 17

For those about to rock! Quickly learn how to play powerchords on your guitar with our free left handed chord chart - it's easy!

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How To Correctly String a Lefty Guitar

How To Correctly String a Lefty Guitar

Neal August 3, 2012 6

The string order on a lefty guitar is exactly the same as on a right handed guitar. Check out our diagram to clear up any confusion

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Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 31

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 31

Neal July 25, 2012 0

Tom's 'Lick of the Week' Lesson 31. Tom Richardson teaches you one of his red-hot guitar licks every other Wednesday at LeftyFretz.com. Lick 31 shows how to add colour and variation to a minor pentatonic scale by adding just one extra note!

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