Joseph Alexander: The Practical Guide To Modern Music Theory For Guitarists
This complete and practical music theory course takes you on a journey from basic major scale construction and harmonisation to deep, structured dissection of all the modes of the major scale. Each mode is broken into its constituent intervals, triads, arpeggios and pentatonic scale substitutions, with each approach discussed, analysed and brought to life with over 200 notated examples and professional backing tracks. Each musical concept is explained in clear English, with advanced concepts presented without any unnecessary academic language or confusing 'muso-speak'. After the many soloing possibilities are discussed for each mode, the author's favourite sounds are given as a concise list of recommended approaches that will save you many hours in the practice room.
|Contributors||Alexander, Joseph (Author)|
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