Book two in the Fretboard Theory series picks up where the first volume leaves off and takes your guitar playing and musical knowledge to a whole new level. You learn many advanced applications and new musical concepts. There is information for rhythm guitarists, lead guitarists, improvisers and composers. Each chapter focuses on applications found in popular music and includes familiar song references. * Gain new perspective on keys and tonalities. * Apply new number systems. * Bring dominant function and voice leading into play. * Change keys, borrow chords and mix modes. * Employ chromatic passing, diminished and augmented chords. * Use the lead patterns preferred by the pros. * Target chord tones and outline chord progressions. * Discover the harmonic minor scale. * Play pedal point and pedal tones. Sign up for a free preview and read the first chapter at: http://guitar-music-theory.com/fretboard-theory/fretboard-theory-volume-ii/ Also available as a 12-hour video program.Book two in the Fretboard Theory series featuring music theory for guitar Desi Serna. C. Major. Reference. Chords. Just as we associated barre chords with the minor form of Lead Pattern One, I recommend that you associate the major version with an aA forma C barre chord on ... Each guitar riff, solo, and bass line you learn will teach you something new about improvising. ... To further demonstrate my point, listen to aHideawaya by John Mayalla#39;s Blues Breakers featuring Eric Clapton.
|Title||:||Fretboard Theory Volume II|
|Publisher||:||Desi Serna - 2013-04-01|