The best way to start, is to play that first note and make sure you get a good, clean sound.
All other notes that you play after that will be copies of this one.
This note is explained in a Youtube video:
Kelstone, some important things to know
Once you have done this, try the same with your other hand. Simple, right?
Now try both hands together, but use only one finger of each. It might seem a little too simple to play just with two fingers, but playing one melodic movement like this is actually very innovative and will guide you to the real character of the Kelstone.
Something else that is really interesting to do in the beginning is use only one finger and one string. Put a finger on a string (do not release it) and play something by just sliding and bending. It will show you what new expressions you can give to a string on the Kelstone.
Then I would advice you to start with some ‘riffs of the day’ on our learning channel:
Kelstone learning channel
Start with the riff you like best. The tablature starts at riff nr 28.
When you got to know the Kelstone a bit better, let’s have a look at where the notes are. This is surely not the most important thing as the Kelstone is a new toy, it wants to be played with, not analyzed.
Position of the notes of the Kelstone
Basic information about chords and scales you can find in our manual: