Exam 1 - e. tuning pegs 5. f. nut 6. g. bridge 7. h....

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Exam 1 Instructions Respond to all items depending on the response type: choose the best answer, fill in the blank, or write out a response. When you’re finished, put your name on the bottom of the last page. 1. What is the name of the instrument we use for this class? (half a point) a. electric guitar b. classical guitar (nylon) c. acoustic guitar (steel) d. semi-hollow guitar 2. Name each individual string and its corresponding note of a guitar in standard tuning. 3. When we play a string without fretting it, we refer to it as ____________________ 4. What is the name of the technique that uses multiple fingers from your picking hand to pluck the strings? a. Two hand tapping b. Strumming c. finger picking d. picking 5. Barred chords are the ones that need the index finger to fret more than one string at a time. True False 6. Match the guitar parts with the number that represents it. (half a point each). a. fretboard 1. b. body 2. c. headstock 3. d. sound hole 4.
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Unformatted text preview: e. tuning pegs 5. f. nut 6. g. bridge 7. h. pickguard 8. i. frets 9, 10. 7. What is the relationship between a root note and its octave? (2 points) a. they are two different notes that sound dissonant when they are played together b. they are the same note but on has a higher pitch that the other c. they are two half-steps apart from each other d. they are not related 8 . As the frets get smaller the pitch gets lower. True False 9 . The 1 st string is the __________ (thinnest/thickest) string on the guitar. 10 . Major chords sound _________ and minor chords sound _________. 11 . The smallest interval that the fretboard board is divided into is: a. whole-steps b. quarter-steps c. half-steps d. whole notes 12. Name all seven natural notes (no sharps or flats) and the letters we use to represent them (2 points) 13 . An open string is an octave lower than the same string played on the 10 th fret. True False...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Mcpherson during the Spring '11 term at Miramar College.

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Exam 1 - e. tuning pegs 5. f. nut 6. g. bridge 7. h....

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