Minor Pentatonic Scale Guitar Positions - All 5 shapes beginning guitarist fretboard mapping lead guitar scale types in 5 positions (root to root) scales May 11, 2021


Here’s all five of the minor pentatonic scale guitar positions. You’re maybe really familiar with one of these minor pentatonic shapes, but knowing ALL the scale positions on the guitar is so freeing. 

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Major Pentatonic Scale Guitar Positions - All 5 shapes beginning guitarist fretboard mapping lead guitar scale types in 5 positions (root to root) scales May 04, 2021

There are five major pentatonic scale guitar positions and we often neglect all but one or two of them. Get all five of these major pentatonic positions down with this handy guitar scale exercise.  

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Minor Scale Guitar Patterns - They're modes of major! beginning guitarist free download: top 3 pentatonic patterns fretboard mapping lead guitar scale types in 5 positions (root to root) scales Apr 27, 2021

Minor scale guitar patterns happen to just be modes of major scale patterns, but they only become minor when we focus on the minor scale root. Here’s how to make minor scales SOUND minor.

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Major Scale Guitar Patterns - How to REALLY know them beginning guitarist fretboard mapping lead guitar scale types in 5 positions (root to root) scales technique Apr 20, 2021

Major scale guitar patterns allow us to see notes within a major scale grouped together in positions on the guitar. Definitely learn these 5 patterns but practice them this way to see all the scale roots.

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Chord Melodies - How to play chords and melody together chord melodies chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords classical guitar fretboard mapping jazz guitar jazz standards music theory solo guitar / fingerstyle solo guitar arrangement pack pieces song learning Apr 13, 2021

This is a thorough introductory lesson on chord melodies—playing chords and melody together. Learn the 3 steps to making any chord melody.

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Quartal Harmony - all about quartal chords chord melodies chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords free download: top 3 pentatonic patterns fretboard mapping improvisation jazz guitar modes music theory rhythm guitar scales Apr 07, 2021

A comprehensive guide to quartal harmony and quartal chords for guitar including harmonizing the pentatonic scale with quartal chords. These are stacked 4ths guitar chords and they’re so cool!

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Functional Harmony (& Chord Substitutions) chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords free download: chords with color music theory scales songwriting / composing Mar 30, 2021

This video is all about functional harmony and chord substitutions. I explain functional harmony in general and then show how songwriters can use it to find chord substitutions.

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Rootless Voicings - WOW! chord melodies chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords ear training free download: chords with color fretboard mapping jazz guitar music theory Mar 24, 2021

This is a rootless voicings guitar lesson - a comprehensive guide to rootless chords for guitar players.

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Chords of the Melodic Minor Scale chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords free download: chords with color jazz guitar music theory scales Mar 16, 2021

These are the chords of the melodic minor scale. Learn the triad & 7th chords of the melodic minor scale with clear chord shape diagrams.

Weekly Lesson #66

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Chords of the Harmonic Minor Scale chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords free download: chords with color music theory scales Mar 09, 2021

This lesson is all about how to learn and practice the chords of the harmonic minor scale

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Have you ever encountered this chord?: EbMaj7(#5).

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Guitar Inverted Chords - The real meaning behind guitar chord inversions chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords classical guitar free download: chords with color fretboard mapping music theory rhythm guitar solo guitar / fingerstyle song learning songwriting / composing Mar 03, 2021

This week's lesson is on guitar inverted chords and I explain the real meaning behind guitar chord inversions

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Chromatic Guitar Chords chord theory series: how to learn guitar chords - beginner to advanced chords free download: chords with color modal mixture music theory song learning songwriting / composing Feb 23, 2021

This week’s lesson is on chromatic guitar chords. What do the songs Blackbird, On the Road Again, and Creep all have in common? They all use chromatic chords called secondary dominant chords!

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