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Music Theory: The Language of Sound – Quick Reference

KarrArikh Tor • Boek • loose-leaf

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    Tired of fighting with your fellow band members because you don't understand each other's instruments?
    All the incredible full color graphics from Music Theory: The Language of Music written for guitar and bass in one place! The full color graphics tie the fretboards of a guitar and bass guitar to the piano keyboard and sheet music, making it a valuable tool not just for guitarists and bassists but for every member in a band. Fast and handy for any music theory student. Includes the 'boxes' on the fretboards, repeating patterns on the fretboards, all chords, and positions to play scales in any Key. Everything you need to write and play like a professional in one quick guide. Easy to use and valuable for guitarists, bassists, and keyboard players.
  • Productinformatie
    Binding : Loose-leaf
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 210mm x 297mm
    Aantal pagina's : 37
    Uitgeverij : Dark World International
    ISBN : 9789082853612
    Datum publicatie : 02-2019
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    Table of Contents

    Chapter One 1
    Chapter Two 4
    Notes on a standard tuned Guitar 4-6
    Notes on a standard tuned Bass Guitar 7-8
    Chapter Three 10
    Positions to play the Major scale:
    Pattern 1 11, 16
    Pattern 2 12
    Pattern 3 13
    Pattern 4 14
    Pattern 5 15
    Chapter Four 19
    Chords built from the Root 19
    Chapter Five 22
    Chords built from our Major Key scale 22
    Chords on Guitar and Bass Guitar fretboards:
    Guitar Bar chord Form I 23
    Guitar Bar chord Form II 23-24
    Guitar chord Form III 24-25
    “power” chords 25
    Bass chord Form I 25-26
    Bass chord Form II 26-27
    Bass chord Form III 27
    Chord chart 30-31
    Chapter Six 27
    Key Signatures 28
    Modes of the Major scale 29
    Modified minor Keys
    Harmonic minor & Melodic minor 29
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Chapter Five

Chords built from our Major Key scale

Chords on Guitar and Bass Guitar fretboards
Chords for the Guitar

Bar chord Form I / from Pattern 4 (has an E Major chord in open position)

Pattern 4: Copy the pattern to paper so we can mark the notes we will need.
First we mark all our Root notes
Next we blackout all notes except our Root, Major third and Perfect fifth.
Look for a way to play the three notes needed in our chord.
Here we find the three notes we need in a Form which we can hold with one hand on the neck.
1 is the index finger. 2 is the middle finger. 3 is the ring finger. 4 is the pinky finger.

Whichever note the Root is placed over is the name of the chord built. If the index finger bars the fifth fret, then the chord is an A Major. If the index finger bars the tenth fret, the chord is a D Major. If the index finger bars the third fret then the chord is a G Major.

Guitar Chords using Form I
Major Major 7th minor minor 7th Dominant 7th


Bar chord Form II / from Pattern 2 (has an A Major chord in open position)

Pattern 2: Copy the pattern to paper so we can mark the notes we will need.
First we mark all our Root notes
Next we blackout all notes except our Root, Major third and Perfect fifth.
Look for a way to play the three notes needed in our chord.
Here we find the three notes we need in a Form which we can hold with one hand on the neck.
1 is the index finger. 3 is the ring finger.

Whichever note the Root is placed over is the name of the chord built. If the index finger bars the fifth fret, then the chord is a D Major. If the index finger bars the tenth fret, the chord is a G Major. If the index finger bars the third fret then the chord is a C Major.

Guitar Chords using Form II
Major Major 7th minor minor 7th Dominant 7th suspended 2nd


Chord Form III / from Pattern 5 (has the D chord in open position)

Pattern 5: Copy the pattern to paper so we can mark the notes we will need.
First we mark all our Root notes
We blackout all notes except our Root, Major third and Perfect fifth and look for our chord.
Again we find the notes we need in a Form which we can hold with one hand on the neck.
1 is the index finger, 3 is the ring finger and 4 is the pinky.

Whichever note the Root is placed over is the name of the chord built. If the index finger bars the fifth fret, then the chord is a G Major. If the index finger bars the tenth fret, the chord is a C Major. If the index finger bars the third fret then the chord is an F Major.

Guitar Chords using Form III
Major minor Dominant 7th minor 7th suspended 4th


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