This guitar theory lesson about chord extensions is from my guitar theory course called Chords on Command. ➡ Learn more about Chords on Command course here.
Weekly Lesson #98
Guitar theory Compound Intervals vs Chord Extensions Lesson Content Outline With Timestamp Links:
0:00 - Intro + About the lesson
1:25 - About Chords on Command
4:19 - Overview of the lesson
5:27 - Examples
9:35 - When are chord tones above or below 7?
13:11 - Chord extension labeling rules
15:59 - Coming up next
17:08 - Conclusion & Outro
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Guitar theory Compound Intervals vs Chord Extensions Lesson Description:
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Chords on Command
by Jared Borkowski
The ultimate and most practical way to learn guitar chord theory and map out the fretboard
Guitar theory is so often taught without an exciting goal, a clear end-point, or a specific skill you can walk away with feeling good about. Not this time.
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Identify or create any chord:
You'll be able to identify, or design from scratch, literally any chord, anywhere on the guitar, no matter how advanced or complicated
No more looking up chord shapes:
You'll never have to look up how to play any chord ever again
Understand complex chord labels:
You'll know all the proper naming and labeling conventions for all chords, simple or complicated
Be an asset to other musicians:
If a friend or bandmate asks you what any chord is you'll know the answer or be able to figure it out quickly
About Chords on Command
Chords on Command is a comprehensive theory guide to how chords are made on the guitar. It's a proven, transformative, and hands-on system for gaining a complete understanding of guitar theory chord structure. By combining foundational music theory and the logic of the fretboard you'll learn how to identify—or design from scratch—literally any chord, in multiple places all over the guitar, no matter how advanced or complicated.
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