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Advanced Arpeggio Theory Fret board Exercise For Guitarists

Advanced Arpeggio Theory Fret board Exercise Pick any random note on the low E string Then from that note, figure out: Which four dominant 7th chords have that note. Play the dominant 7 arpeggio fingering (from that note) for each one of those dominant 7 chords. Which four maj7 chords have that note. Play the
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Why Do An Interval & Its Inversion Add up To 9 Instead of 8?

Why Do An Interval & Its Inversion Add up To 9 Instead of 8? Here’s something you may have wondered at some point in your musical studies or career: If there are only eight diatonic notes in an octave, why is it that when you invert any interval, the starting interval plus its inversion always
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