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An Introduction to Chord Theory

Written by Don Latarski

A practical guide to the fundamentals of chord construction, analysis and function.

A practical guide to the fundamentals of chord construction, analysis and function. Arranged in a logical, sequential order, beginning with intervals, then moving to triads, extended chords, altered chords, chord function, and chord substitution. A simple, straightforward approach to a complex topic.

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RefNr: APF3096GTX
Pages: 48
Format: Method
Medium: Book (paperback)
Series: Progressive Guitarist Series
Publisher: Alfred Publishing
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In this 2-DVD set master guitarist and instructor John Miller walks you through the fundamentals of chord theory, providing you with the conceptual tools needed to understand chord structure, and then shows you how to apply that knowledge to the neck of guitar, making practical sense of the information so that you will be equipped to voice chords up and down the neck in any key.
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