“Turn The Page” – Bob Seger – Fingerstyle Guitar Tutorial & TAB

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Learn how to play this fingerstyle guitar arrangement of “Turn The Page” by Bob Seger. In this approximately 3 1/2 hour video, every note is explained, measure by measure. Learn at your own pace in the comfort of your own home. Watch as many times as you like. All for less than the price of a single guitar lesson.

Dark, Haunting, Guitar Music Made Easy – The Frightening Phrygian Mode

Happy Halloween all. Spooky, scary music is easy once you learn this simple formula. If you know how to play a major scale, then you can immediately apply this formula to turn the “happy” sounding major scale into a “dark and haunting” sounding Phrygian scale.

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The Genius and the Insanity of the Guitar Fretboard

The way the guitar fretboard is layed out is sometimes very confusing. With this one simple trick you will be able to understand and see very clearly the logic behind all the chords you have already been playing. The fingerboard will now make sense!

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Guitar Lesson: How to find all the Major Scale Chords

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Diatonic chords are chords that naturally occur within a key. They contain only the notes found in the scale (or key) that you’re working in. For new songwriters this is a must know concept for your chords to sound right.

There are seven diatonic chords in every key, each chord built from one of the 7 notes in the scale.

If you stack thirds from each note in a major scale into triads you’ll have every diatonic chord for that key. Each one of these chords will sound good in that key.

In any major scale (or key), you will have the same pattern: Major chord as the 1-chord, a minor chord for the 2-chord and 3-chord, a major chord for the 4-chord and 5-chord, a minor chord for the 6-chord, and a diminished chord for the 7-chord. Major, minor, minor, Major, Major, minor, diminished. This pattern of chords holds true for any major scale no matter what key you’re in.

If you don’t understand something in this video, please take a look at some of my previous videos to get caught up. If you have any questions, please ask in the comments and I will do my best to answer you.

How to Create a Major Scale – Guitar Lesson

How to Learn & Memorize the Guitar Fretboard

Guitar Chord Theory Lesson – The Major Triad

Guitar Chord Theory Lesson – Minor & Diminished Triads

Guitar Chord Theory Lesson: Augmented Triads

Guitar Chord Theory Lesson: Augmented Triads

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A triad is a three note chord. Most larger chords are built from triads. There are four kinds of triads; major, minor, diminished and augmented. This video explains augmented triads. If you haven’t watched my videos on Major Triads, and Minor & Diminished Triads, you will want to watch those videos before you watch this video. Here are the links:

Guitar Chord Theory Lesson – The Major Triad

Guitar Chord Theory Lesson – Minor & Diminished Triads

Also, if you have trouble identifying what notes are what on the fretboard, watch my video, “How to Learn & Memorize the Guitar Fretboard,” here is the link:

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Guitar Chord Theory Lesson – Minor & Diminished Triads

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A triad is a three note chord. Most larger chords are built from triads. There are four kinds of triads; major, minor, diminished and augmented. This video explains minor and diminished triads. If you haven’t watched my video on Major Triads, you will want to watch that video before you watch this video. Here is the link:

Guitar Chord Theory Lesson – The Major Triad

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Guitar Chord Theory Lesson – The Major Triad

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A triad is a three note chord. Most other chords can be built from the triad. This video explains Major Triads. The formula for major triads is R-3-5. This means we use the root, 3rd, and 5th notes of a major scale to build a major triad. In the key of G, our notes would be G-B-D. In the key of D, the notes would be D-F#-A.

How to Create a Major Scale – Guitar Lesson

How to Learn & Memorize the Guitar Fretboard

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How to Learn & Memorize the Guitar Fretboard

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Learning and memorizing all the notes on the guitar fretboard will help you tremendously as you progress in your guitar studies. In this video we first discuss the 12 notes of our musical system and how to find them on the guitar fingerboard.

Next, a method is explained that will help you memorize all the notes on the guitar fret board. Just five minutes a day of practice with this method will have you memorizing the entire guitar neck in a short amount of time, and this knowledge will help you reach new heights in your playing and enjoyment of the guitar.