Hawaiian Steel Guitar

A Simple Chord Based Tutor For Learning Steel Guitar Played With a Sliding Steel Bar.

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Showing the Six Strings and the Frets.
Giving the names of the open strings and the names of the notes of each string on the
different frets.
If You Can Read Music,
This diagram gives you the Chro-
matic Scale.
If You Do Not Read Music
It will be an advantage to study
the names of the notes on this chart
as the names of the different chords
are all marked and it will be easy
to learn the names of each note of
the chords by refering to this diagram.
In Playing The Steel Guitar
The Pupil must rely upon the ear
to a great extent in making the
notes or chords. To get the true tone
the frets denote the positions of the
Steel where it is to be placed to make
the notes which can be played either
flat or sharp by placing the steel the
least bit higher or lower than the guide
of the fret. You can play the Steel
Guitar in higher tones than are marked
.by the frets producing some very bril-
liant effects.