Chord & Harmony Guide for Rhythm Guitar w/ Audio
Key to being a good guitarist is not only the ability to play smokin' solos, but more importantly - to play interesting RHYTHM GUITAR!
We guitarists spend 95 of our time accompaniment - so it's time to expand your vocabulary of chords, and learn where you can use these new chords.
Would you like to...
Learn to play guitar, using clear examples from songs you know?
Be able to hear the examples as often as you like - at learn at YOUR pace?
Learn more than just the same old major and minor chords?
Improve your compositions with some more interesting harmony?
Come up with expressive rhythm guitar parts?
* Understand complex chords - Wondering what a G7b9#5 chord is, how it sounds, and when you should use it? How about a Db7b5? A G13sus4? A C mu-major?! The list goes on....
* Would you like to work on your chord technique without having to snore your way through boring lists of chords - but rather have engaging lessons to gide you along?
If so, then you've come to the right place.
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The Ultimate Chord Guide
This is not only a perfect reference for guitarists, but is also a series of lessons that will get you familiar with the sounds of the chords, show you how they are used, and get you using them to improve your own playing!
All Chords are clearly explained (with diagrams) in an easy to read, well organized manner. There are numerous riffs and ideas throughout - All with Audio on demand at a single mouseclick!
What can you expect?
You will improve your vocabulary of chords, which will make your playing more interesting to yourself and others.
You'll learn what many people spend years studying - for less than the cost of a private lesson. The material is clear, well written and interesting! You can go at your own pace.
You'll learn to use extended chords, altered dominants, 'add' and suspended extended chords, modal chords (what they mean and where they come from, too) and many other chords you were unsure of how to use, or maybe weren't even aware of!
As you read the lessons, all the examples are provided in clear diagrams, tab, & notation. Just click and you hear any example instantly.
There are tons of tips for playing, and riffs and ideas galore! This is NOT just a big, boring list of chords, but rather a series of interesting lessons!
A total of 121 pages of lessons with hundreds of audio examples. No stone is left unturned - you'll be spicing up your playing and understanding harmony in no time - hearing is believing.
The program is in an Adobe PDF file, and is 25MB in size. The latest version of Reader is recommended.
All the audio is contained in the file - just click any example, and you hear it. No need to be online.
The chapters are well organized, and everything - including groups of chord diagrams and important charts are perfectly formatted for printing.