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Guitar Level 2 Review



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

When your hand is positioned on the neck so that your 1st finger is at the 2nd fret, your hand is in the
a.
1st position
c.
2nd position
b.
3rd position
d.
4th position.
 

 2. 

A common term for two-note chords consisting of just the root note and the 5th is ______________.
a.
arpeggio
c.
pull off
b.
hammer on
d.
power chord
 

 3. 

Name the following note:
mc003-1.jpg
a.
B
c.
A
b.
C
d.
D
 

 4. 

Using your right hand thumb and fingers to pluck the strings is called
a.
pulling off
c.
muting
b.
hammering on
d.
fingerpicking
 

 5. 

What chords are used in a typical twelve bar blues?
a.
I-IV-V
c.
I-ii-iii
b.
I-V-vi
d.
vi-ii-V
 

 6. 

Name the following chord:
mc006-1.jpg
a.
D7
c.
D
b.
G
d.
A
 

 7. 

Name the following note:
mc007-1.jpg
a.
G
c.
E
b.
H
d.
F
 

 8. 

Accidentals placed at the beginning of a piece of music that tell you which notes are to be played sharp or flat throughout the piece is called a _____________________.
a.
key signature
c.
palm mute
b.
power chord
d.
time signature
 

 9. 

The Spanish word for the middle finger is
a.
anular
c.
indice
b.
pulgar
d.
medio
 

 10. 

The Spanish word for the index finger is
a.
anular
c.
medio
b.
pulgar
d.
indice
 

 11. 

Name the following chord:
mc011-1.jpg
a.
C
c.
G
b.
D
d.
E
 

 12. 

Identify the following note:
mc012-1.jpg
a.
E
c.
G
b.
A
d.
F
 

 13. 

What type of scale is represented by the finger pattern?
mc013-1.jpg
a.
pentatonic scale
c.
major scale
b.
blues scale
d.
chromatic
 

 14. 

Identify the following note:
mc014-1.jpg
a.
E
c.
D
b.
A
d.
B
 

 15. 

Name the following chord:
mc015-1.jpg
a.
G
c.
E
b.
D
d.
C
 

 16. 

Which of the following is a well known blues guitarist?
a.
Angus Young
c.
Muddy Waters
b.
Blake Shelton
d.
Ramon Mantoya
 

 17. 

Gently resting the palm of your picking hand against the strings just above the bridge produces a _______________.
a.
hammer on
c.
power chord
b.
pull off
d.
palm mute
 

 18. 

Most guitars have either six or twelve of these.
a.
knobs
c.
frets
b.
pickups
d.
strings
 

 19. 

Name the following note:
mc019-1.jpg
a.
C
c.
E
b.
D
d.
F
 

 20. 

Name the following note:
mc020-1.jpg
a.
C
c.
E
b.
F
d.
D
 

 21. 

Which major key has only an F# in its key signature?
a.
Bb Major
c.
F major
b.
G major
d.
C major
 

 22. 

Identify the following note:
mc022-1.jpg
a.
A
c.
F
b.
G
d.
E
 

 23. 

In the key of C major, which chord is IV?
a.
G
c.
F
b.
A
d.
C
 

 24. 

The name of the key is also called the __________.
a.
blues
c.
tonic
b.
string
d.
arpeggio
 

 25. 

A dot next to a notehead increases the length of the note by
a.
half its value
c.
2 beats
b.
1 beat
d.
3 beats
 

 26. 

When finger picking, the middle finger always plucks which string?
a.
first
c.
third
b.
second
d.
fourth
 

 27. 

Sharps, flats, and naturals are called
a.
arpeggios
c.
fermatas
b.
notes
d.
accidentals
 

 28. 

In the key of D major, which chord is V?
a.
G
c.
A
b.
Am
d.
C
 

 29. 

The note or letter name of any chord is called the
a.
melody
c.
strum
b.
arpeggio
d.
root
 

 30. 

An eighth note receives
a.
one-half beat
c.
2 beats
b.
3 beats
d.
1 beat
 

 31. 

A dotted half note would receive
a.
3 beats
c.
4 beats
b.
2 beats
d.
1 beat
 

 32. 

A curved line that connects two or more notes of the same pitch is called a ________.
a.
slur
c.
sound check
b.
fermata
d.
tie
 

 33. 

The Spanish word for the ring finger is
a.
anular
c.
pulgar
b.
indice
d.
medio
 

 34. 

Notes that move in half steps are called _______________.
a.
power chords
c.
keys
b.
enharmonic
d.
chromatic
 

 35. 

These symbols indicate rhythm without showing pitch. They are often used in conjunction with chord diagrams to indicate the rhythmic strum patterns for chords.
a.
accidentals
c.
sharps
b.
rhythm slashes
d.
fermatas
 

 36. 

Which two notes are in the A5 power chord?
a.
A-E
c.
A-F
b.
A-C
d.
A-D
 

 37. 

In 4/4 time, how many beats of silence does a quarter rest receive?
a.
1 beat
c.
4 beats
b.
2 beats
d.
3 beats
 

 38. 

Name the following note:
mc038-1.jpg
a.
A
c.
B
b.
C
d.
D
 

 39. 

This is a type of Spanish folk music
a.
Blues
c.
Flamenco
b.
Rock
d.
Finger Style
 

 40. 

The ball end of guitar strings are held by these on an acoustic guitar.
a.
bridgepins
c.
pickups
b.
frets
d.
tuning keys
 

 41. 

Name the following chord:
mc041-1.jpg
a.
G7
c.
A7
b.
A
d.
B7
 

 42. 

Which term means to continue playing in the same manner?
a.
time signature
c.
repeat
b.
strum
d.
simile
 

 43. 

Identify the following rest:
mc043-1.jpg
a.
half rest
c.
whole rest
b.
eighth rest
d.
quarter rest
 

 44. 

Name the following chord:
mc044-1.jpg
a.
C
c.
E
b.
B7
d.
A
 

 45. 

Allowing your hand or pick to play through several strings at once is called a
a.
repeat
c.
arpeggio
b.
accidental
d.
strum
 

 46. 

Three or more notes played at the same time make a
a.
chord
c.
rhythm
b.
fermata
d.
whole note
 

 47. 

Identify the following rest:

mc047-1.jpg
a.
half rest
c.
whole rest
b.
eighth rest
d.
quarter rest
 

 48. 

This symbol raises the pitch of a note by one half step.
a.
rhythm slash
c.
sharp
b.
natural
d.
flat
 

 49. 

Once indicated, a sharp or flat remains in effect for the rest of the measure unless it is canceled with a
a.
rhythm slash
c.
natural
b.
sharp
d.
flat
 

 50. 

A shortcut rule for finding sharp based key signatures is
a.
the first sharp names the key
c.
1/2 step below the last sharp names the key
b.
the last sharp names the key
d.
1/2 step above the last sharp names the key
 



 
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