Notes Only For Guitar from I Saw Three Ships Christmas Traditional

Composer
Arranged for Guitar By John Murphy
Duration
1 minute
Genre
World music
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A fairly easy tune to play except for the harmonics. So you might find the following guide helpful.

Guitar tip: The harmonics at the end of the piece are played by following the tab for where to fret the notes with the L.H. Then place the tip of your right hand index finger 12 frets (i.e. an octave) up the same string. Lightly press the finger tip on the fret wire, pluck the string with the ring (3rd) finger of the R.H. and immediately lift the finger tip away from the string. This technique requires great co-ordination between both hands and the fingers of the R.H. Learn the C major scale in the 12th position. Remember, the layout of the notes are the same as in the 1st position because the guitar fretboard repeats notes an octave higher at the 12th fret. Good Luck!

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