Guitar modes In this lesson I would like to explain the key of C Major, the guitar modes and the chords that make up the major scale. The key of C major has no sharps or flats. If you were sitting at the piano, it would be all the white keys. The black keys on […]Continue reading
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Song 1: C blues. Listen to this track with a lead guitar part added. I just played something using Cm pentatonic. Our Play along jam tracks are highly recommended to jam over.
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Here's an original idea I'm working on. The song is in the key of Em.
The video will go on to explain a little about the key of G major and how the Em is the relative to G major.
| Intro to the fret-board
Guitar fret-board basics and strings
|Guitar fret-board notes
Guitar notes and placement
|Picking hand exercises
Guitar picking exercises.
|Fretting the notes pick control
Picking and fretting exercises
|A minor pentatonic scale
A minor pentatonic scale all positions.
|Using the pentatonic scale
A minor pentatonic scale continued.
|Pentatonic scale continued
A minor pentatonic exercises.
|Guitar Lesson 8
Open position chords and tablature.
|Guitar Lesson 9
A minor pentatonic continued.
|Guitar Lesson 10
Guitar timing and exercises.
|Guitar Lesson 11
Easy guitar progression
|How to construct progressions
Chord formulas and guitar progressions.
|Must know, Play in position
Play C, G, D and A major in one position
|Guitar Lesson 14
Playing lead over the G major progression.
|Timing-scales and symbols
Learn timing symbols and exercises
Arpeggio construction scale relationship
|C major modes
Learn the modes in the key of C major.
|Major scale theory
Constructing major scales.
|Key signature theory
Key signatures and the major scale.
|Using F major modes
F major modes playing lead over changes.
|Learn guitar inversions
Guitar Chord Inversions
|Guitar Lesson 22
Major Scale Cadences, harmonic and melodic minor scale construction.
|Guitar Lesson 23
Cadence, modulation, harmonic, melodic, minor and major scales.
| Guitar lesson 24
|Guitar Lesson 25
Modulation, part 4.
|Guitar lesson 26
Modulation, C major and closely related keys,
|Guitar modes in G
Key of G major, using the E Aeolian mode at the 12th fret.
|Arpeggio in G major
G Major diatonic triads using type 2 fingering.
|G major scale exercise
Learn how to play the type 3 major scale positions.
|D major and using 5 positions
play 5 different positions in the key of D
Learn how notes harmonize
|Harmonizing in 3rds
Play two notes together in the key of C major and in Am
|Harmonizing with triads
Learn how to play triads, (three note chords) and inversions up and down the fret-board.
|C major exercise
Learn how to play the C major scale and exercises
|C major scale exercises
Great guitar scale exercises using the C major scale.