Fingerboard Theory for Guitar: A Music Theory Text for Guitarists

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Fingerboard Theory for Guitar: A Music Theory Text for Guitarists

Fingerboard Theory for Guitar: A Music Theory Text for Guitarists

by Mike Christiansen

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 a visual tool. Includes: scales, key signatures, intervals, chord construction and voicing, harmonizing melodies, chord embellishment and substitution, modes, cadences, augmented sixth chords, quartal harmony, more. Beginning/intermediate. 143 pp.
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  • 01) Fundamentals
  • 02) Major Scales
  • 03) Key Signatures
  • 04) Minor Scales
  • 05) Relative Major and Minor
  • 06) Intervals
  • 07) Inverted Intervals
  • 08) Transposing
  • 09) Triads
  • 10) Inverted Triads
  • 11) Triads In A Major Key
  • 12) Triads In A Minor Key
  • 13) Harmonizing A Melody With Triads
  • 14) Doubling Triad Notes
  • 15) Four-String Chords
  • 16) Harmonizing A Melody With Four-String Chords
  • 17) Suspended Chords
  • 18) Sixth Chords
  • 19) Seventh Chords
  • 20) Chord Embellishment
  • 21) Chord Construction (Fingerings)
  • 22) Slash Chords
  • 23) Secondary Dominants
  • 24) Common Chord Progressions
  • 25) Pentatonic Scales
  • 26) Blues Progressions
  • 27) Blues Scale
  • 28) Raised-Two-And-Three Chords
  • 29) Raised-Two Chords
  • 30) Drop-Two Chords
  • 31) Cadences
  • 32) Modes
  • 33) Diminished Scale
  • 34) Whole Tone Scale
  • 35) Augmented Scale
  • 36) Chord Substitution
  • 37) Neopolitan Sixth and Augmented Sixth Chords
  • 38) Quartal Harmony
  • 39) Diatonic Substituion and Quartal Harmony

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