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Playing Guitar I - Beginner / Intermediate

written by: hammerinhal
 
Know how to play guitar? Let's see. The quiz is targeted for beginners and intermediate level guitar players. Have fun with it.

Question 1:


What is the standard I, IV, V chord progression in the key of E?
E, A, B
E, D, G
E7, D7, G7
G, A, B

Question 2:


What is the key with no flats and no sharps?
C
B
D
A

Question 3:


What is the acceptable chord progression for the beginner guitar classic "House of the Rising Sun"?
Am, C, D, F, Am, E, Am
F, G, F, C, D, Am, D
F,G, R, Q, L, V, N
C, G, D, A, Dm, G, C, G

Question 4:


Slowhand is the nickname of which guitar legend?
George Benson
Joe Walsh
George Harrison
Eric Clapton

Question 5:


In guitar parlance, what do the terms H.O and P.O mean?
Hammer on and pull off..
Hold on and pulse on.
Harsh on and play on.
Hand only and pick on.

Question 6:


What is the formal name for a guitar pick?
Plectorian
Pickery
Phlanger
Plectrum

Question 7:


Choose the best definition of Arpeggio from the following list?
Strumming pattern
Faced paced chord changes
Pattern of individually played chord notes
Happy chord progression

Question 8:


Waltz is defined as a piece of music with how many beats to the measure (bar)?
6
4
2
3

Question 9:

View the provided image.
An "Am" shaped bar chord played at the 5th fret yields which one of these?
Bm
Dm
Am
Cm


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Question 10:


This is traditionally played at the end of a twelve bar blues pattern to separate verses and add some pizazz.
The turn around
The come along
The jam along
The tag along

 


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