Music Theory for Guitar Players in Plain English: An In-Depth Guide to Scales, Chords and the Fretboard

Music Theory for Guitar Players in Plain English: An In-Depth Guide to Scales, Chords and the Fretboard

English | 31 Aug. 2016 | ISBN: 1537170236 | 134 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 5.5 MB

Do you want to be more intentional about knowing the guitar and music theory?

Wouldn't you rather move past simply memorizing fretboard patterns and instead start understanding music theory in a more comprehensive sense?

If so, this book is perfect for you.

After just a few chapters, you'll begin understanding the most crucial aspects of music theory surrounding the guitar, allowing you to make sense of your instrument better than you ever have before. This will give you an intellectual grasp of music as a whole and put you on the fast track to being able to apply those concepts to the fretboard.

Written in plain English, this book illustrates and explains guitar music theory in a simple, easy to understand way that doesn't load you down with topics that you don't need to know. Moreover, you'll come away with a complete understanding of guitar scales and chords, how they relate to the fretboard and how they're connected to everything else you play.

You'll also gain powerful insight into sheet music and reading music for guitar, allowing you to understand guitar tabs, standard notation and how they both fit together and correspond to one another.

Everything is laid out in an easy-to-read format that properly organizes and prioritizes topics that will improve your playing and theory knowledge quickly, as you read.

No more skimping out on music theory or cutting corners with cheap guitar playing.

Grab your copy today, start connecting the dots and finally find out what's under the hood of your fretboard!

Topics Covered Include:
Why music theory matters and how it benefits your guitar playing
What actually is a "note" and how this simple concept is the building block to all theoretical topics
How to quickly read and understand sheet music so you can use both tabs and standard notation
What intervals are and how they provide connectivity between everything you play on the fretboard
What it means to play in a key and how that key impacts your chord progressions and melodies
Understanding scales, the theory behind them and how they can be applied in a musical context

If you want to become a better guitarist, you owe it to yourself to learn music and not just fretboard patterns.

The lessons and topics covered in this book will provide you with knowledge that you'll use for the rest of your life, as both a guitarist and an educated musician.

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