P2P | 16 July 2020 | 405 MB
Learn music theory as it applies to the modern electric and acoustic guitar. In this course, adapted from Guy Capuzzo’s popular book, Theory for the Contemporary Guitarist, you can learn to read standard music notation, understand the major and minor scales, and identify intervals-the distance between two notes on your guitar. Instructor Tom Dempsey also introduces chord theory and alternate minor scales and modes. Plus, learn techniques for soloing over 12-bar blues progressions. These lessons are valuable for guitarists of all levels, as well as any musician who wants to boost their understanding of musical theory.
This course was created by Alfred Music. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.
Sharp and flat scales
Minor scale and keys
Intervals and interval inversion
Harmonic and melodic minor scale
Modes of the major scale
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