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ECD DNA Connor Fields CF5 Pocket Tutorial
As one of the most talented players in all of lacrosse, Connor Fields is synonymous with creativity and style of play that is nearly impossible to defend at times. In his first season with the PLL, the Chaos star trusted the ECD DNA to help keep his game at an elite level. To break down what pocket he prefers, Lax.com teamed up with Greg from ECD for a special CF5 pocket tutorial. Check out the video and be sure to get your own ECD DNA and al your East Coast Dyes product on Lax.com!
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The ECD DNA lacrosse head is made for every type of player. The new FlexForm material basically elminates warping. This head was designed for powerful middies, LSM’s and defensemen. Our Pro’s don’t mind the little bit of extra weight that this head carries because it feels so sturdy for passing, shooting and ground balls. The Pro’s at ECD say that they haven’t really noticed the added weight once they started playing. With the increased weight, tight face, shape retention, and the growing trend of d-guys using more offensive minded heads, this head is going to be popular with every position. We predict this will be the go to head for LSM’s and defense, even though it is designed for a more offensive player. This lacrosse head is an absolute beast!
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How to String the STX Stallion 700 Lacrosse Head
Introduced during fall of 2016, the STX Stallion 700 has been one of the most popular heads for midfielders on Lax.com, due to its top of the line technology and ability to perform well in all phases of the game. When paired with ECD Hero 2.0 Mesh, this head has the ability to take your game to the next level. To help get you there and to help learn how to string this head, Lax.com product Manger Brandon Butler brings you our latest product video. Check out the video above and see the pattern used below. Also, follow the links to grab your STX Stallion 700 and ECD Hero 2.0 mesh today.
STX Stallion 700 Sidewall Pattern:
Skip first sidewall hole
Knotted SI Knot
Knotted SI Knot
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How to String a Maverik Kinetik
Designed by one of the lacrosse industries top manufacturer, the Maverik Kinetik lacrosse head is the premier lacrosse head for outside shooters in the 2017 fall season. Designed by Maverik with increased stiffness and durability, the Kinetik also features the new Tension Lock, which creates a tighter shooting channel when stringing. With this new feature, the Pro Stringers at Lax.com have developed a stringing pattern that will help maximize the Tension Lock on the head. In our latest product video, Lax.com Product Manager Brandon Butler shows you how to string the Kinetik from top to bottom with a proper pocket and channel to ensure the head performs its best. Check out the pattern below and follow the links to grab your own Kinetik this season at Lax.com!
Lax.com Maverick Kinetik sidewall Pattern:
3 Holes Down (Double Loop)
Single Knot (Double Loop)
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Lax.com Maverik Havok Stringing and Field Testing
The new Maverik Havok lacrosse head is the best LSM lacrosse head on the market and is one of a kind. This newly launched lacrosse head, by Maverik, is focused for long stick middies and defensemen who like to push the ball in transition, or start a fast break. In our latest video, Lax.com pro’s Brandon and Connor give you to show you what pocket works best in the head and how it performs on the field. Check it out and be sure to grab your Maverik Havok at Lax.com!
Maverik Havok Stringing Pattern:
Top string (starts) on the second string hole down.
•3rd String hole start
•knotted Si Knot
•Knotted Si Knot
The Maverik Havok lacrosse head is for aggressive minded defensemen, long-stick middies and faceoff wings looking to put a little offense in their play. If you are a disruptive type player, the Havok will allow you to shoot faster, pass crisper and play harder than any other head on the market. The Havok has an aggressive scoop allowing for great ball control. The Havok provides you with control, accuracy and blinding shot speeds. Stiff enough to do some damage and light enough to prove a formidable weapon in the hands of those who wield a mean pole. The Maverik Havok lacrosse head offers ground control technology that has a perfectly engineered scoop angle that is designed to dominate the ground ball battle. The Maverik Havok is one of the best LSM lacrosse heads on the market and is one of a kind. This head is focused for long stick middies and defensemen who like to push the ball in transition, or start a fast break. MLL Chesapeake Bayhawk player, CJ Costabile uses the Maverik Havok and absolutely loves it.CUSTOMIZE YOUR POCKET
Stringking 4X mesh is designed with a new technology called Tri-Twist which weaves the mesh tighter than any previous elite level mesh. The Stringking 4X increases hold, ball feel and control for players that want to feel a bit of a bag while cradling but want non-stretch performance while letting shots rip. This stuff is an outsider shooters dream, but we really love it for guys doing inside feeds and tighter shooting ranges. The 4X is used by some of the best college and high school guys in the nation.As the price here dictates, Stringking is setting the bar for the highest levels of technology and performance. 4X lacrosse mesh is responsive and slightly elastic feeling and has slightly thinner construction on the outer rails. This centers the ball in the sweet spot and gives advanced players all the added control and feel they demand. 4X will improve shot speed and consistency with the new tighter weave.Stringking 4X is the thinnest and lightes mesh in the history of Stringking’s high end mesh introduction. Try a piece of the next generation and elevate you game like the best of the best.To get your favorite new head strung up by a serious collegiate guru… CLICK HERE TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR NEW HEAD WITH STRINGKING 4X.
How to String an STX Duel U Lacrosse Head
As one of the top face-off specific heads in lacrosse, the STX Duel U lacrosse head has been a best seller since its introduction in 2016. To help maximize the potential of the head when taking the field, Lax.com Product Manager Brandon Butler explains a proper stringing pattern for the head, especially the necessary steps to make sure your head has a pocket that can help you win clean every time. Check out the video and learn more in our latest stringing tips blog by following the link below!
The STX Duel 2 lacrosse head is redesigned to be even better. Our Pro’s feel that the STX Duel II earns the title as one of the best lacrosse face-off lacrosse heads by simply allowing you to place your hand closer to the ball. STX shortened the throat which gives your had the ability to get even closer to the ball. The shorter throat lock provides internal shaft support, so you can get a lock down feel. The Speed-Scoop provides for faster ground ball play. And our Pro’s love the way when you pinch the ball in the face-off how the ball just locks right into a sweet spot.;STX added four screw holes to the STX Duel II lacrosse head for increased stability. Amazing flex point on the STX Duel II head. Check one out and see the advantage.Please be aware that this head has a throat plug and will only work on hollow shafts.;
The Stringking 4F mesh ket is made with their best selling Tri-twist patters that gives better grip on the ball and weighs only 14 grams. The kit also comes with everything you need ( including premium shooters and sidewalls ) to dial up that perfect face off pocket. Game balls really stick to this mesh and it feels like the new weave is really grabbing on to the new rubber. This 4F is specifically made for face off guys that want that “stickyness” feel on the clamp. Also be sure to check out the Mark 2F face off head described below.The new Stringking Mark 2F head is the latest in a series of elite level face off heads specifically designed for two main advantages… increased ball control area on the clamp and a kinder scoop angle for handling ground balls. The first thing you will notice on the Stringking 2F is the elongated throat. Stringking pulled the narrow channel of the throat shape up as high as possible to create the maximum channel and pocket surface area for controlling the ball. As all good FOGOs are aware, its not just the battle for the quick clamp.. its the battle for real estate along the line that counts too. As players push up into the scoop of an opponents scoop with their glove, the head of the stick slides a bit down the line.The extra length in the throat adds a big advantage as the ball gets caught up in that long channel rather than up towards the opponents scoop. In the old days, FOGOs used to bake their heads and then reform them to match these longer throat designs. Stringking has now taken that concept and worked it in with a massive number of string holes, that offer guys who know how to string even greater advantage depending on where and how they secure those knots.The scoop has a steeper angle which also channels the ball into the sweet spot quicker. These heads also can come strung with the new Stringking 2F mesh which is soft and weighs in at only 14 grams.
ECD Mirage Stringing Tips feat. Greg from ECD Lacrosse
In Lax.com’s latest How to String video, Greg from East Coast Dyes has teamed up with Lax.com to show you how to string up their best-selling lacrosse head, the Mirage. In this video, Greg will show you EXACTLY how to string the sidewall on the Mirage for the best possible mid and mid-low pocket placement. The East Coast Dyes Mirage lacrosse head gained a huge following last year among advancing youth and high school players on the offensive side of the field. Check out the video and follow the links below for grabbing your won Mirage, ECD Mirage, and to learn more stringing tips from Lax.com!
Stringking 4S mesh kit is designed with a new technology called Tri-Twist which weaves the mesh tighter than any previous elite level mesh. The Stringking 4S increases hold, ball feel and control for players that want to feel a bit of a bag while cradling but want non-stretch performance while letting shots rip. This stuff is an outsider shooters dream.Also a favorite of LSM and long pole Defensive guys, the 4S is used by some of the best college and high school guys in the nation. As the price here dictates, Stringking is setting the bar for the highest levels of technology and performance. 4S lacrosse mesh is responsive and slightly elastic feeling and has slightly thinner construction on the outer rails. This centers the ball in the sweet spot and gives advanced players all the added control and feel they demand. 4S will improve shot speed and consistency with the new tighter weave. Stringking 4S is the thinnest and lightest mesh in the history of Stringking’s high end mesh introduction. Try a piece of the next generation mesh and elevate your game like the best of the best.THESE HANDY KITS COME WITH THROW STRINGS AND SIDEWALL STRINGS SO YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO WHIP UP THAT PERFECT POCKET…Keep one in your bag for emergencies as well .Contents: – 1 Type 4s Mesh – 4 Sidewall Strings – 1 Bottom Lace – 3 Shooting Laces – 2 Shooting Cords To get your favorite new head strung up by a serious collegiate guru… CLICK HERE TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR NEW HEAD WITH STRINGKING 4S.
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Stringing To the Inside with @sidewalljedi
While perusing Instagram checking out the latest and greatest in the game of lacrosse, I came across a post by @sidewalljedi of a stick with the mesh strung to the inside of the head. It really caught my eye because not only was it different, it was practical. Here at Universal, we see a lot of new stringing techniques that may look cool, but do not always have the best functionality. In my personal opinion, there is not point of adding an extra top string for “securing the mesh to the top” because it wouldn’t need that if the top string was done correctly. This just adds extra weight. While I understand some people like to stand out and add a little bit of flash with the way they string sticks, some stringing methods just don’t work.
Stringing your mesh to the inside of the head looks like it can have many helpful results. For starters, it will hug the ball in your pocket way tighter. The mesh will be holding the ball securely in your stick while you cradle, and it will add a little extra whip when shooting as it rides up the sides of the mesh and out of the stick. You need to be careful when stringing this way though as you have to make sure your head isn’t pinched or has too tight of a face shape. This can possibly cause the ball to get stuck against the mesh and make it throw down, or add a lot of unwanted drag to your passes/shot. Another possible benefit is the fact that your channel will be tighter, and more raised, as the mesh is branching out from the inside of the plastic, not the outside. This will provide great consistency and hold in the stick. The new Surgeon 700 head allows for this to be done a little easier than other heads due to its sidewall holes that travel along the inside of the stick instead of continuing on the top sidewall.
If any stringers out there want a challenge or just something new to put in their sticks, I recommend checking out @sidewalljedi on Instragram and lacing up a stick this way!
How to play with the right hand
When playing the guitar, the right hand plucks or hits the strings.
In order to get the best sound, you need to pull the strings perpendicularly, not at an angle.
There is a basic rule: no strong tension in the right hand.
If during the game you feel heaviness or pain in your right hand, then it is necessary to eliminate the errors and change the position of the hand to a position in which tension does not accumulate.
The elbow of the hand is placed on the edge of the convex part of the guitar body in such a way that it is completely located behind the edge, and the hand and wrist hang around the strings at a distance of 5 centimeters. The hand should be in a position as if you were holding an apple with your fingers resting on the strings.
Busting typically plays with the thumb on the 6th, 5th, and 4th strings.
3 string is played by the index finger,
2 – middle,
1 – ring finger.
The little finger of the right hand is not used.
Busting Prep Exercise 1
The purpose of the exercise is to prepare the muscles of the fingers for brute-force play.
With your thumb play 6, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3, 6 strings – play this sequence 4 times, remember in what sequence to pull the strings of the first busting.
Now the bass 6 string is played by the thumb, the rest of the 1 strings are played with the index finger.6th string – thumb, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3 – index, 6th string – thumb. We repeat this sequence – four times, we also memorize the sequence of strings of the first search.
Bass string 6 is played by the thumb, the remaining strings are played by the middle finger of the hand. 6th string – thumb, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3 – middle, 6th string – thumb. We repeat this sequence – four times, we also memorize the sequence of strings of the first search.
Bass string 6 is played by the thumb, the remaining strings are played by the ring finger. 6th string – thumb, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3 – ring finger, 6th string – thumb. We repeat this sequence – four times, we also memorize the sequence of strings of the first search.
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90,000 How To Learn To Play The Guitar: A Comprehensive Guide For The Most Self-Made
Before You Get Started
Many people find mastering the guitar an overwhelming task that takes years.This is partly true, but only if you want to master the instrument at a professional level.
Much more often people want to learn how to play the guitar in order to perform their favorite songs in a company or just for fun. In this case, learning will not take much time and effort: in two or three months, you can easily learn the basic chords and methods of playing.
Do not give up, even if you have already had a bad experience. Talent is only a tenth of success. Determination and regular practice are much more important.
What you need
- Desire. It is even more important than the instrument itself.
- Time to study. You can easily find it, too, if the desire is strong enough. Moreover, 30 minutes a day is enough for you.
- Study guides. There are no problems with them at all: you can buy a self-study book in a bookstore, watch video tutorials on YouTube, and find chords on the Internet.
As you can see, nothing supernatural.
Choose and buy a guitar
Let’s assume that you have the desire and the time.It remains to acquire a tool. They say that any guitar is suitable for a beginner, but it is not. When the strings hit the frets and cut into the fingers, and the guitar does not hold in tune, there can be no talk of any progress.
A bad tool will almost certainly discourage learning.
So you better find a good guitar. At first, you can borrow a tool from one of your friends, and then, if it goes well and you like it, get your own. Not necessarily expensive and branded, the main thing is more or less high quality.
There are two main types of acoustic guitars: classical and dreadnought (western). It is believed that classical guitars are more suitable for beginners due to the wide neck and nylon strings. The first feature reduces the chances of accidentally hitting an unnecessary string with your fingers, because the distance between the strings is greater than that of the dreadnought. And the nylon strings themselves are softer than metal ones, so they don’t bite so much into the pads of the fingers and fill up calluses less.Yamaha guitars: left – classical, right – dreadnought
On the other hand, if performing classical compositions is not in your plans, it is better to take the dreadnought right away.This guitar sounds louder and louder due to the metal strings, and it is more convenient to pick chords on a narrower neck. Again, playing metal strings will make your fingers harden faster and there will be no more calluses.
As a compromise, you can take a dreadnought and replace the metal strings with nylon ones, at least for the duration of the training.
Going to the store for a guitar, take a friend who knows how to play with you: each instrument has a lot of little things and a beginner may simply not notice them.Choose a guitar not only for its looks, but also for its convenience. Pay attention to the ability to adjust the neck, the mechanism of the tuning pegs, strings.
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The instrument was bought (or borrowed from friends), and you are one step closer to the goal. Take a close look at the guitar.
Most of it is called a deck. A neck is attached to it, ending with a head with pegs: with the help of them, the strings are pulled.
The neck is divided into frets by metal grips, against which the strings are pressed to produce sound.The first fret is at the headstock, the last fret is at the deck.
There are six strings in total. The countdown starts from the bottom, the thinnest.
Tune your guitar
Before you try to play, you need to tune your guitar. Do not be alarmed, even a beginner can do it. And without this skill, you will not be able to play.
For the tuner
You will need a tuner in the form of a separate device (you can buy it in a music store or on the same AliExpress) or an application for a smartphone. In both cases, tuning consists of alternately pulling or releasing all strings in accordance with the tuner’s prompts.
This method does not require any additional equipment. Its essence is that the strings, clamped at certain frets, sound in unison and can be tuned relative to each other.
According to the rules, the first string should be tuned to the note E, using a tuner (for example, its online version) or another tuned instrument as a reference. However, this only makes sense when playing in a group, so that all instruments sound in the same key.
If you play alone, and even more so just learn, then the first string can be tuned arbitrarily, approximately by choosing its tension.All others are tuned like this:
- Press the second string at the 5th fret and loosen or tighten until it sounds the same as the open first string.
- Press the third string at the fourth fret and tune in unison with the second string open.
- Press the fourth string at the 5th fret and tune to the open third string.
- Press the 5th fret at the 5th fret and adjust to the open 4th fret.
- Hold the 6th fret in the same way at the 5th fret and tune in unison with the open 5th fret.
Sounds complicated, but in reality everything is simpler than simple. Each string pressed down at the 5th fret should sound in unison with the previous lower string. The only exception is the third string: it must be clamped not at the fifth, but at the fourth fret.
The setup process itself is also extremely simple. For example, to tune the second string, you need to loosen it, and then pull the open first one and gradually rotate the second peg until the sound of both strings merges into one tone. That’s all.
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Finally we got to the fun part – the game itself. It seems that there is nothing difficult here. Know for yourself, hit the strings with your left hand and hit them with your right: you’ve seen this a million times and must have tried it yourself. Why then doesn’t it work? The strings are rattling, the pads of the fingers are burning, and the joints are tired and numb.
It’s all about the experience that comes with practice.
Take your guitar and sit on the edge of a chair or sofa, crossing your legs, or placing your left foot on a low stand, such as a stack of books.This will prevent the tool from hitting the chair and sliding off your feet.
The right arm should be relaxed and the hand should not be twisted. The left hand covers the neck, but the thumb is always parallel to the frets. It is also not necessary to squeeze the bar with all the strength, otherwise the brush will quickly get tired.
As you already know, fret numbering starts at the headstock, and strings start at the thinnest, lowest. Try playing random notes by pressing the first string with your index finger at different frets. Try to press down on the string fully so that it sounds clear.It won’t be easy, but the technique will develop over time.
Try playing other strings and plugging in other fingers to get used to.
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Just making sounds is boring. Therefore, to make it more interesting, you can learn simple melodies on one string and practice on them. Here are some ringtones for example.
Classic Grasshopper Sitting In The Grass:
Smoke Over Water Deep Purple:
Intro to “Iron Man” Black Sabbath:
The Imperial March from Star Wars:
Take some time to play one string.Bring your actions to automatism and achieve coordinated work of both hands. Practice until the melodies sound smooth and clear, without stopping or stumbling.
During this time, the fingers will get used to the loads, which means that it will be possible to move on to more complex things.
Learn to play chords
The next step you have to climb is playing chords. It’s much harder than single-string melodies, but don’t be discouraged. Once you have learned the chords, you can already play full songs.
The principle is the same, but you will need to press not one string, but several at once: usually three, less often two or four. There are many chords. However, for most of the songs, only five or seven are enough. To begin with, let’s learn the three main, so-called thieves, chords: Am, Dm, E.
All chords are denoted in Latin letters, depending on the base note:
- C – do;
- D – pe;
- E – mi;
- F – fa;
- G – salt;
- A – la;
- H – b.
If there is a small letter m next to the chord designation, it means that the chord is minor. If there is no such prefix – major. Chords are read either by letter designation or by name. For example, “a-um” (Am) or “G major” (G).
Chord patterns are called fingering patterns. A fretboard with strings is drawn on them. The frets are signed with Roman numerals. Arabic denote the strings and, in circles, the fingers with which to press the strings (1 – index, 2 – middle, and so on).A zero opposite the string means an open sound (unpressed string), and a cross means that the string should not sound.
Let’s go back to our thug chords. Here are their fingerings:
To play an Am chord, press the second string at the first fret with your index finger, press the fourth string at the second fret with your middle finger, and press the third string at the second fret with your ring finger.
By the same principle, other chords are taken: we look at which frets and which strings you need to press.
On these three chords you can already play simple yard or army songs.But it’s better to learn three more chords, with which the repertoire will expand significantly. Here they are:
With the first two difficulties should not arise, but the third is slightly different from the previous ones. It uses a barre – a technique when all the strings are clamped on the same fret with the index finger. Barre chords are a little more difficult than open chords, but with practice, you will master them too.
As always, to make learning more interesting, you can train right away on any song.For example, on the canonical “Pack of Cigarettes” by the “Kino” group or “Watchmen” from “Boombox”.
You can also find on the Internet any other songs that you like (for example, by request “chords on louboutins”). If you come across unfamiliar chords in the selection, you can try to find another one or just learn something new.
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There are two methods of sound production: brute force and brute force. Some songs are played only by brute-force or only by fighting, others by both methods.The chords are the same, the only difference is whether you pluck the strings with your fingers or strike them.
There are a huge number of brute force attacks, as well as battles. And in different songs they are, of course, different. Usually, in the analysis, along with the chords, it is indicated which brute force or fight should be played.
Let’s take a look at some of the most common ones. The rest you will learn along the way.
Now that you’ve got acquainted with the basics, studied the chords and got your hand a little, the main thing is not to give up training.Your fingers will ache and become tangled when you rearrange chords, and the strings will not always sound.
Never stop and just keep playing. Every day you will get better and better, and in the end you will achieve your goal.
Finally, a few tips that will help you learn to play the guitar on your own and will not give you despair:
- Always use several sources of information to fill possible gaps and inaccuracies of one teacher from another.
- Play every day: Exercise regularly will build confidence. Remember that talent is only a tenth of success, everything else is practice.
- After you’ve learned a couple of songs and can play them with ease, be sure to invite your friends and play for them. Participants will help develop charisma and point out disadvantages.
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Songs on one string on the guitar for beginners
Contents of the article
Songs on one string.General information
All guitarists, without exception, want to learn how to play their favorite melodies and songs, so as to expand their repertoire in 1-2 evenings. Especially beginners want to achieve their first success in the guitar as quickly as possible and perform the first compositions for friends and relatives. In this article, we have made a selection of songs on one guitar string, just for such cases, so that you can learn a new melody in 10-15 minutes.
For convenience, all articles are divided into 4 main sections.It is worth noting that for all articles we use a format of 2 types of tablatures (except for melodies from films), textual and from the Guitar Pro editor, in addition, under each tablature there are audio tracks, thanks to which it will be easier for you to remember the motive and understand the structure of the melody.
The list of songs is regularly updated with new selections.
This section contains the top songs on one string, which are leading in the world charts and are loved by the general public.
- REM – Losing My Religion
- Seven Nation Army
- Ed Sheeran – Shape of You
- Scorpions – Still loving you
- Happy Birthday
- Nirvana – Smells like teen spirit The Beatles – Yesterday
- Queen – We will rock you
- Pain – Shut your mouth
- Besame mucho
From films and cartoons
It often happens that soundtracks for popular films begin to live their own lives and of course this does not go unnoticed by the musicians.Many do fingerstyle arrangements, multi-instrumental covers, metal covers and other musical variations. We made our own version of these songs on 1 string on the guitar.
- Gentlemen of Fortune
- Game of Thrones
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Imperial March
- Requiem for a Dream
- Mortal Kombat
- Blue Carriage Mamma Song
- no aunt
- Youth in boots
Many Russian motives are so deeply embedded in our minds that they are easily recognizable from the first notes.Although it is customary to scold Russian pop music for low-quality music, they still love and respect it as their own. This section will contain songs by pop stars of modern and retro pop stars, as well as military compositions.
- Matrang – Medusa
- Buckwheat – Love me, love
- Rauf & Faik – Childhood
- Tim Belorusskikh – Forget-me-not
- Cinema – Blood type
- Gas sector – Lyrics
- Mr. Credo – Medlyak
- Yegor Creed – The very most
- A Christmas tree was born in the forest
- A small Christmas tree is cold in winter
- Dark-haired woman
- Beautiful far away
- Kalinka raspberry
- In the field there was a birch tree
- Aria – A shard of ice
- Beetles – Battery
- Lapis Trubetskoy – Warriors of light
- Basta – Sansara
- Dumps – No exit
- Yu.Shatunov – White roses
- Boombox – For watchmen
- Alla Pugacheva – A million scarlet roses
- Generals of sand quarries
- Black crow
- F. Kirkorov – Mood color blue
- Hands Up – 18 me already
- Eh, roads
There are about the same selections of songs on one string as for Russian performers, only with an eye on Western and European pop music.Dance and viral hits that went around the whole world on a grand scale, all of this will be here in simple melodies.
- Jingle Bells
- Ace of Base – Beautiful Life
- Imagine Dragons – Believer
- Imagine Dragons – Radioactive
- Imagine Dragons – Demons
- Ofenbach – Be mine
- Funeral March
- Hallelujah Nose (Ai Se Eu Te Pego)
- K Eliza (L.V. Beethoven)
- Prayer in C
- Opus – Life is life
General advice on playing songs on 1 string
All text tabs are arranged in a line without switching to other strings.