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📒The Practical Guide To Modern Music Theory For Guitarists ✍ Joseph Alexander
✏The Practical Guide to Modern Music Theory for Guitarists Book Summary : The Practical Guide to Modern Music Theory for Guitarists Second Edition Master Music Theory for Guitar While Playing and Hearing it in Context. Over 200 Notated Audio Examples! + Professional Backing Tracks Guitarists are often very guilty of 'collecting' musical theory without taking the time to learn to apply the information on their instrument. 'Modern Music Theory for Guitarists' combines cutting edge, up to date musical information with over 200 exercises and examples to help you internalise and master the most important concepts in modern guitar playing. There are also bespoke, professional backing tracks from Guitar Techniques Magazine's Quist Know What's Important There are so many sources of information out there these days it's hard to know where to begin and what's important when it comes to applying music theory to the guitar. This book has been designed to take you on a journey from essential first principles through to complex, exciting musical ideas while all the time teaching you the musical application of each concept. Essential Knowledge and Musical Skills The Complete Guide to Modern Music Theory begins with the formation of the Major scale and builds steadily from the concepts taught in the first few chapters to help you master, hear and apply all the essential theory used today. Topics Covered Theory topics covered include Major and Minor Scale Construction, Harmonisation and How to Name Chords Constructing Chord Progressions, Modulation and Chord Qualities Complete Study of Modes with real world examples. Modes deconstructed into Intervallic and Three and Four Note Soloing Approaches plus Pentatonic Substitutions A 'Cheat Sheet' of the most common soloing approaches to save you hours in the practice room Guitar Licks for each mode + Professional Backing Tracks Check Out 60+ Positive Reviews Below! "Joseph Alexander writes in a very clear and concise style that is easy to follow." - Just one of the many Amazon reviews Scroll Up to Buy it Now Buy now to begin your journey into musical understanding and practical, musical application.
📒Music Theory For Guitarists ✍ Tom Kolb
✏Music Theory for Guitarists Book Summary : (Guitar Method). Guitarists of all levels will find a wealth of practical music knowledge in this special book. Veteran guitarist and author Tom Kolb dispels the mysteries of music theory using plain and simple terms and diagrams. The included audio provides 94 tracks of music examples, scales, modes, chords, ear training, and much more!
📒Guitar Theory ✍ Lee Nichols
✏Guitar Theory Book Summary : Master Fundamental Theory Skills and Take your Guitar Playing to the Next Level Music theory can be an extremely complicated subject. The fact is, we don't need to know half of it; so why over-complicate things? This book is about the building blocks of music theory and how it applies to the guitar. It will teach you the things that matter; the stuff that's really worth knowing if you want to take your guitar skills to the next level. There's nothing wrong with learning advanced music theory. Most of us, however, don't care too much about it, or have much need for it. It's all very well knowing everything about counterpoint, parallel movement, submediants, doppio movimento etc., but for the typical guitarist, unless you are serious about composing by formula, reading music, or just like sounding clever; it's not going to suddenly make you a better musician. Guitar Theory will show you how to make sense of the fundamentals; the stuff that matters. Things that will help you figure out chords and scales without needing to resort to diagrams; understanding how and why chords belong to a particular key and how to recognise when they do; scale numbering and making scale choices for guitar soloing; why scales and chords go together? ... all of the things that will help you understand music better and be able to make sense of the lingo when reading, or watching, other guitar tutorials and videos. This book makes no attempt at teaching advanced music theory which can take many years to master. It does however give you a head start by spending more time breaking down the basics instead of trying to stuff three years of serious study into less than a few hundred pages. Once you understand the basics, the rest will make much more sense. The music theory building blocks will teach you: What the major scale is and why it is important. How scales are constructed and numbered. Intervals: Minor thirds, flat sevenths, augmented fifths etc. What it all means. How chords are constructed from scales. Chords and key. Why certain chords belong to a particular key. The Roman numeral system and why it's so useful. Minor scale types and their differences explained. The Circle of fifths: Is it really that useful? Modes explained. How can seven scales contain all the same notes, yet be different? Scales and soloing: How to choose scales to play over different chord progressions. Scales and soloing is more of a bonus section. This subject alone can be huge so I've broke it down and condensed it. This is your crash course on one of the most common questions I get asked: "What scale do I use for my guitar solo?" This section will give you an understanding of how to look at various chord progressions and choose the right scale or other soloing ideas. This book does not teach you how to read music and no music notation is included or explained. It's just the building blocks of music theory and how everything pieces together. Some Tab is included so you should know how to read basic guitar tablature. The content moves from beginner to advanced intermediate. Although much of the content is suitable for beginners, as the book progresses it leads more towards advanced ideas and some playing and listening experience is expected. The more you play, the more it will make sense. Audio Downloads Audio examples and jam tracks for the book content are available for download and can be played on your computer or uploaded to any MP3 compatible device. Just go to the link included in the book and grab the MP3s. No email address or signup required.
📒No Bull Music Theory For Guitarists ✍ James Shipway
✏No Bull Music Theory for Guitarists Book Summary : Boost your ability and confidence as a guitar player by quickly and easily unlocking Essential Music Theory. No confusing words and no music reading required! (Includes free downloadable audio) In 12 bitesize chapters you''ll learn about intervals, triads, major and minor keys, chord sequences - and understand how to apply them to your playing, improvising or songwriting. I''ll use diagrams and simple, non-intimidating language to teach you in minutes, things which confuse some guitar players for years. This book is for you if: Not understanding music theory is holding up your progress, affecting your confidence as a musician and stopping you from becoming the guitar player you want to be You''re a singer songwriter who needs to learn about chords, keys and chord progressions in order to write great songs (like you hear on recordings!) You want to learn music theory but don''t know where to start You''re a student who needs a crash course in music theory essentials to prepare for college auditions, entrance exams etc You''re a beginner who wants to easily learn how music works as you take your first steps in learning to play guitar so you can avoid confusion, improve faster and learn more easily You feel confused and intimidated by the ''jargon'' you hear other musicians or YouTube teachers use You ''kind of'' understand theory... but you''re not really sure how well! What will this book teach you about? In the 12 lessons you''ll find super clear explanations, practical examples and quiz questions on: The Musical Alphabet (the only 12 notes used in all music!) Tones and Semitones The Major Scale (learn what it actually is...) Major and Minor Triads (as used in most pop, country, rock and folk music) Major Scale Intervals (major 3rds, perfect 4ths...what are they?) Chromatic Intervals (discover what weird names like diminished and augmented really mean) Major Keys (Parts 1 & 2) Chord Progressions (start writing pro sounding chord sequences and songs of your own) Pentatonic Scales (the most common guitar scales ever...) The Natural Minor Scale (essential for minor key soloing in rock, pop and other styles) Minor Key Basics (learn the secrets of awesome minor key songs and chord sequences) How will you learn and remember all this? Easy! Each chapter introduces a new element of guitar theory. You get a clear but detailed explanation of the concept and multiple examples/practical exercises, FAQs and more to drive your understanding home. Test yourself using the quiz questions at the end of each chapter (answers supplied). To help you play certain practical examples there is also an appendix of common open chord shapes and barre chords at the back of the book. Plus, every chapter is also available to you (free) as an audio file so you can immerse yourself in guitar theory whilst at the gym or walking the dog! You''ll find details for these in the book. You Can Do This ... and without all the bull! ''No Bull Music Theory for Guitarists'' will make your journey as a guitarist much more enjoyable and way less confusing than mine has been! As a self-taught 18 year old guitarist, it literally took me years to figure this stuff out. I''ve taught the material in this book to thousands of musicians around the world both in person and via my website, and I can tell you this: Learning about music theory doesn''t need to be scary, confusing, difficult or something that you avoid doing because you don''t know where to start. Scroll back up to Buy Now It''s time to become the guitar player you know you could be.
📒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.
📒Music Theory Workbook For Guitar Volume One ✍ Bruce E Arnold
✏Music Theory Workbook for Guitar Volume One Book Summary : Have you ever wished you could better understand the guitar s fretboard, so that you could: See it as a interconnected map in your minds eye ... Instantly apply that roadmap to great solos improvised not by accident, but totally by YOUR design ... Understand chords and without hesitation, construct both simple and complex chords on the fly starting anywhere on the fretboard ... Can you imagine what such abilities could do for your confidence and your playing? Music Theory Workbook for Guitar Volume One creates just this type of seamless marriage between your visual knowledge of the guitar fretboard and your understanding of the music theory behind what you are playing ... Both guitar fretboard diagrams and traditional music notation are used to help you learn music theory. You can SEE, COMPARE and UNDERSTAND how notes look on your guitar fretboard and on a music staff at the same time. This crucial combination will be your secret weapon to learning music theory quickly and easily AND retaining it with no problems. The unique approach of this book has been used by thousands of guitarists to conquer the intricacies of the guitar fretboard. With time and application, the mystery disappears and you can not only understand music theory but also see it and know how to use it on your guitar. This ability will revolutionize your playing ... With only a few minutes a day working with the Music Theory Workbook for Guitar Volume One, you will master the ability to: * Pick up what others are playing on the guitar by sight more rapidly ... * See all intervals and chords by sight on the guitar ... * Understand music theory and be IN SYNC with your fellow musicians ... * Make music theory a natural process as you see it on your guitar ... * Build a solid foundation for great solos, comping and great composing ... * See, understand and build countless chord combinations, from simple to complex, starting anywhere on your guitar fretboard ... * Understand how the notes on the guitar fretboard relate to notes found on a music staff ... * Understand key signatures ... * Understand the names of all intervals ... You will also have access to the Muse-eek.com member's area where you will find free PDFs to help you learn and apply music theory. You ll have access to additional materials that: * Show all the notes found on the guitar and their related positions on the musical staff ... * Help you further understand the two different ways to figure out the notes found in any chord type ... * Provide exercises to apply music theory to your instrument ... * Further your understanding of the correct method for building intervals, and naming intervals with the correct spelling ... * Explain diatonic chords and their importance in the music you play ... Plus you ll receive videos showing how to apply the information learned in Music Theory Workbook for Guitar Volume One to the guitar fretboard and help files for learning to read music. In addition, all possible alternate answers to the exercises are provided. It's not uncommon to find guitarists who have worked through this book skipping past multiple levels of college based theory, and going into advanced placement. You will have a black belt in music theory in no time and remember it forever because it will be part of you when you play your guitar. The Theory section of this book uses extremely simple language to explain the basics of music theory. The exercises require the student to write out the problem or example using staff notation, and then to find those notes on a guitar fretboard diagram.
📒Music Theory For Guitarists ✍ Andrew Shiels
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📒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.
📒Guitar Theory Workbook ✍ Burgess Speed
✏Guitar Theory Workbook Book Summary : (Guitar Educational). Everything in this simple beginner's guide to music theory is geared toward the guitar so that you're able to apply the theoretical concepts directly to your instrument. Featuring hands-on activities like quizzes, assignments, ear training, and audio examples, this workbook teaching system is designed to reinforce each musical concept through application and practice. Topics covered include: the basics of music notation * the way notes interact with each other * how collections of notes form scales and keys * how chords are created and how they function within keys * how to identify notes, scales and chords by ear * the relationships of notes, scales, and chords of the guitar fretboard. Includes access to audio tracks online for download or streaming.
📒Music Theory Workbook For Guitar ✍ Bruce E. Arnold
✏Music Theory Workbook for Guitar Book Summary : The exercises included here require students to write out examples using staff notation and then to find these notes on the guitar fretboard. Other exercises include simple interval to highly complex chords.