$29.99
Guitar Chord Resource
A Complete Approach to Using Chords
By Buck Brown, Robert Brown, Dan Donnelly, and David Sinclair
Item: 00-38873
UPC: 038081431277
ISBN 10: 0739085964
ISBN 13: 9780739085967
PRICE: $29.99
Category: Guitar Method or Supplement
Format: Book & MP3 CD
Instrument: Guitar
Designed for beginning as well as advanced guitarists, Guitar Chord Resource is your one-stop source for exploring guitar chords. Find nearly every chord under the sun, then learn how to apply, interpret, strum, fingerpick, and transpose them. Included are ideas for embellishing and ornamenting open chords, plus tips for mastering and connecting chords, inversions, and string sets across the entire fretboard. Additionally, learn to read and interpret lead sheets (song charts) using flex, or shell, voicings. This is just the tip of the iceberg because you will be referring to and learning from this book for years to come. An MP3 CD is included to demonstrate the examples in the book.
TITLE COMPOSER
E Major Family Chord Embellishments
E Ideas---The I Chord
F-sharp min Ideas---The ii Chord
G-sharp min Ideas---The iii Chord
A Ideas---The IV Chord
B Ideas---The V Chord
C-sharp min Ideas---The vi Chord
D-sharp dim/D-sharp min7-flat 5 Ideas---The vii-diminished Chord
A Common Chord Progression
Eternal Highway (Strumming Etude for the E Family)
C Ideas---The IV Chord
D Ideas---The V Chord
E min Ideas---The vi Chord
Other Chords You Should Know
Chords of the Harmonic Minor Scale
Chords of the Melodic Minor Scale
Quartal Harmony
F-sharp dim/F-sharp min7-flat 5 Ideas---The vii-diminished Chord
G-sharp dim/G-sharp min7-flat 5 Ideas---The vii-diminished Chord
Common Chord Progressions
Common "Ear Twisters"
Complex Chords
Chord Symbol Notation
7th Chord Inversions
Etude for the A Family
The Five Four-Note String Sets
Fingerpicks and Strums
Fingerpicking Patterns
Strumming Patterns
Four-Note Chords
Pivot Finger Chord Combinations
Endings and Cadences
Pedal Tone Diatonic Chord Scales
Introduction to Alternate Tunings
7th-Chord Scales
Open D Tuning---D-A-D-F-sharp-A-D
G Major Family Chord Embellishments
G Ideas---The I Chord
A min Ideas---The ii Chord
Four-Note String Set #1
Four-Note String Set #2
Four-Note String Set #3
Four-Note String Set #4
Common "Ear Twisters"
D'Nice (Etude for the D Family)
Using a Capo
PART ONE: EASY CHORD IDEAS
Introduction to Part One
CAGED
Review the Basics
Reasons to Transpose
Common Chord Progressions
Common "Ear Twisters"
Little Etude in E Minor
Chords With More Than One Name
Introduction
C-sharp dim/C-sharp min7-flat 5 Ideas---The vii-diminished Chord
F-sharp min Ideas---The iii Chord
G Ideas---The IV Chord
A Ideas---The V Chord
B min Ideas---The vi Chord
PART TWO: CHORD CONNECTIONS
Introduction to Part Two
How to Read Chord Diagrams
Open Position Chord Forms
F Ideas---The IV Chord
G Ideas---The V Chord
A min Ideas---The vi Chord
B dim/Bmin7-flat 5 Ideas---The vii-diminished Chord
Common Chord Progressions
Barre Chord Forms
Standard Music Notation
Chord Diagrams
TAB
Roman Numerals
Capos in Action
How to Use a Capo to Play in Difficult Keys
The CAGED Formula
Introducing Triads
Four-Note Chord Preview
Major Chord Scales
Chord Progressions
Waterfall (Etude for Partial Capo)
Odds and Ends
Hammer-ons and Pull-offs
Etude for Hammer-ons and Pull-offs
Blues for Ry
Open G Tuning---D-G-D-G-B-D
Open C Tuning---C-G-C-G-C-E
The Hope Song (Etude for Open C Tuning)
Chord Progressions
C Major Family Chord Embellishments
C Ideas---The I Chord
D min Ideas---The ii Chord
The Major Scale
Different Types of Capos
E min Ideas---The iii Chord
D-A-D-G-A-D Tuning
Minor Chord Scales
Passing Tones and Chords
About the Authors
Common Chord Progressions
B min Ideas---iii Chord
Four-Note String Set #5
Triad String Set #2
Triad String Set #3
Triad String Set #4
6ths and 10ths
B min Ideas---The ii Chord
C sharp min Ideas---The iii Chord
D Ideas---The IV Chord
E Ideas---The V Chord
Etude for the G Family
Common "Ear Twisters"
An Etude for the C Family
By the Sea
A Major Family Chord Embellishments
Basic Theory
Triad String Set #1
The Chord Connection
Triad Chord Connections
A Ideas---The I Chord
Diatonic Triads
More Common Progressions
Common "Ear Twisters"
D Major Family Chord Embellishments
D Ideas---The I Chord
E min Ideas---The ii Chord
F-sharp min Ideas---The vi Chord
Triads in Spread Voicing