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Music Theory for Guitar - Intervals

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An interval is the distance between two notes. If we really want to be precise, we could say that it is the vertical distance, as opposed to horizontal distance, which would be the distance in time (rhythm). But we will not care about this distinction, and say only that it is the distance between two notes. In this section we will take a closer look at the various intervals.

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The Songwriting Secrets of the Beatles
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The Songwriting Secrets Of The Beatles is an essential addition to Beatles literature - a new and perceptive analysis of both the music and the lyrics.
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Music Theory Workbook for Guitar Volume One
This book uses extremely simple language to explain the basics of music theory. Exercises require the student to write out examples using staff notation and find these notes on the guitar fretboard. Exercises include simple interval to highly complex chords.
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Fingerboard Theory for Guitar A Music Theory Text for Guitarists
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Alfred's Basic Guitar Theory, Books 1 & 2
Recognized for over 50 years as the best-paced and most comprehensive guitar method available, Alfred's Basic Guitar Method has introduced over 3 million beginners to the joy of playing guitar. This updated and expanded edition features a new layout, making it easier to read and quicker to learn. Now included are blues, country, folk, jazz, and rock music styles, plus more pop songs!
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Guitar World -- Mastering Fretboard Harmony
Mastering Fretboard Harmony gives you three hours of intense music theory in one priceless crash course. Designed for beginning-to-intermediate guitar players, this DVD will teach you how to generate chords from scales, harmonize scales, play arpeggios, chord inversions, employ voice leading, and much more!
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Harmony and Theory is the language of music. It is what allows musicians from all over the world who may speak different languages to verbally speak the same language on their instrument.
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