Fingerboard Theory For Guitar
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📒Fingerboard Theory For Guitar ✍ MIKE CHRISTIANSEN
✏Fingerboard Theory for Guitar Book Summary : This book contains concepts of music theory presented in such a way as to be easily understood by guitarists. All of the concepts are presented sequentially in an easy-to-follow format using the guitar fingerboard as the visual tool. Contents include: scales, key signatures, intervals, chord construction and voicing, harmonizing melodies, chord embellishment and substitution, modes, cadences, augmented sixth chords, quartal harmony, and more. Using this book, guitarists will be able to unravel the mysteries of music theory and realize that the concepts are not so mysterious after all.
📒Mel Bay S Guitar Workbook ✍ Robert Phelps
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📒Guitar Fingerboard Theory For High School Students ✍ Peter Shavitz
✏Guitar Fingerboard Theory for High School Students Book Summary :
📒Practical Theory For Guitar ✍ Don Latarski
✏Practical Theory for Guitar Book Summary : A guitar player's guide to music theory. This book is a complete theory course with recorded examples that put everything in an applicable, musical context. The recording includes all the musical examples and play-along tracks.
📒Alfred S Teach Yourself Guitar Theory ✍ Roger Edison
✏Alfred s Teach Yourself Guitar Theory Book Summary : Learn everything you need to know about guitar theory and open up a brand new world of musical knowledge with this exciting method from Alfred. Guitar players of all ages can continue their journey to a lifetime of musical enjoyment. Beginning with the fundamentals, you will learn about the types of guitars, acoustics for guitar, vibration, pitch and naming notes. You will then move right along to playing from the music that you see, lesson by lesson, all while continuing to increase your ever-growing knowledge of guitar theory. The book also features a guitar fingerboard chart as a helpful resource for reference during and after your lessons. Be your own teacher, and let Alfred be your resource every step of the way.
📒21st Century Guitar Theory 2 ✍ Sandy Feldstein
✏21st Century Guitar Theory 2 Book Summary : Guitar Theory expands and reinforces each new topic as taught in the Guitar Method. Notation, tablature, chord-frame, and fretboard fill-in type exercises build the student's understanding of the guitar. Students are shown how to play what they are learning intellectually, providing especially strong reinforcement. Book 2 is correlated by page to the Guitar Method 2.
📒Guitar Theory ✍ Morton Manus
✏Guitar Theory Book Summary : Guitarists can now enhance their knowledge of theory with this easy-to-use workbook. Note and rhythm reading, scales, chords and progressions are just some of the topics covered. Use this book alone or with any method. The recording includes accompaniments for songs and exercises.
📒Guitar Theory Illustrated ✍ Don Latarski
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📒Instant Guitar Chord Finder ✍ WILLIAM BAY
✏Instant Guitar Chord Finder Book Summary : This is a quick reference guide to essential guitar chord forms. On each type ofchord you will see the chord spelled out in notation with the chordal relationships also shown (Root, b3rd, 7th, etc.). You will also be shown the three most popular forms of that type of chord in three different locations on up the guitar fingerboard. Also, for each key a fingerboard diagram is presented showing the location of every Tonic or Root tone in that specific key. In addition, handy side tabs helpyou locate the exact chord form needed in seconds. This book is presented in full size or reduced case size. In each key the following chords are presented in multiple forms: Major, Minor, Dominant 7th, Diminished, Augmented, Minor Seventh, Sixth, 7#5, 7b5, Major 7th, Major 7b3, Minor 7b5, 7sus4, Minor 6th, 9th, Major 9th, 9#5, 9b5, 7b9, 7#9, 6 add 9, 7#9, 11th, Augmented 11th, 13th, 13 b9, 13 b9 b5
📒Kiss Guide To Playing Guitar ✍ Terry Burrows
✏KISS Guide to Playing Guitar Book Summary : Teaches the basics of playing the guitar, from choosing equipment and perfecting posture to fingering scales and focusing on a musical style, and includes information on recording studios.