Music Theory

Improvisation With 2nd and 4th Interval Stacks

Improvisation With 2nd and 4th Interval Stacks When from any note, you play a note up a 2nd and then up a 4 from there, you get an inversion of a quartal harmony chord. Quartal harmony is what you get when you stack two 4th intervals on top of on another. You can learn more
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Improvising with Triads

Improvising with Triads If you don’t know your 3-string triad fingerings yet, you can learn them here: Major Triads In C Once you know these triads, you can solo with them. Most beginner and intermediate guitar players, ever only use triads for rhythm guitar. It doesn’t occur to them that you can also play guitar
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Improvising Over Emaj7 | B7alt

Improvising Over Emaj7 | B7alt Before moving on, you want to learn the melodic minor scale first. Learn the fingerings for the melodic minor scale here: Learn The Melodic Minor Scale Fingerings If you’re still bit shaky on the major scale fingerings, you would want to get these down as well. The 7 In-Position Major
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How To Play Custard Pie

How To Play Led Zeppelin’s Custard Pie This is a really good song to get started with if you want to get into some Led Zeppelin music. It’s probably one of the easiest to play Jimmy Page guitar parts, yet it sounds really cool. The song is a 12-bar blues, preceded by a 4 bar
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Use Chords You Know to Create 9th Chords

Use Chords You Know to Create 9th Chords An easy way to add a 9th to a chord, is by playing the chord in the scale that is up 3 letters from that chord, as a 7th chord. I know this sounds complicated when explained like this, but the examples will clear it all up.
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