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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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