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Guitar Music Theory Essential Fundamentals

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Hello friends, welcome to the Musicfret, here I am going to tell you about Guitar Music Theory and Techniques in an easy way. We are going to know the basic fundamentals of Music Theory. After knowing the basics fundamentals, you can easily understand complex theories without any help. Why you should learn music theory?Music theory can help you in a lot of ways such as a live show, jamming with friends, coordinating with other musicians from all over the world, and many more. By understanding the fundamentals of music theory you can form whatever chords you want. It is a way of communicating with global musicians. What we are going to Know?Well, I am a Guitarist so we are considering Guitar as an instrument. So we are going to list Guitar Scales, Chords, Modes, Tabs, Tablature, and many Guitar techniques. ContentScalesMajor ScalesA Major ScaleB Major ScaleC Major ScaleD Major ScaleE Major ScaleF Major ScaleG Major ScaleMinor ScalesA Minor ScaleB Minor ScaleC Minor ScaleD Minor ScaleE Min…

Guitar Chords and Types - Guitar Music Theory

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There are too many Guitar Chords in Guitar Music Theory. You can make any Chord you want by using the right knowledge of Music Theory and the concept of Chord building. Once you get the idea of Chord building then it will become easy for you to learn or create any Chord you want. What is Guitar Chords?A combination of particular notes from the Scale plays together and produces a certain sound is called Guitar Chords. Just like the Scales, there are tons of Guitar Chords that you have to learn to master the Rhythm Guitar. Chords are mostly used for Rhythm or Strumming.
You can create beautiful Chord Progrations to play many songs. These Chords Progrations are nothing but the no of chords from one Scale which sounds awesome when you play together with Strumming Patterns. (E.g of Chord Progression: I - IV - V). Types of Guitar Chords:Major ChordsMinor ChordsBare ChordsPower Chords7th ChordsMaj7 ChordsMin7 ChordsMin7b5 ChordsDiminished ChordsSuspended ChordsThese are the most widely used Cho…

Melodic Guitar Arpeggios - Guitar Music Theory

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Here we are going to know about Guitar Arpeggios and how we can use them with Scales and Chords. By using Arpeggios you can create awesome melodies. If you are a fan of Guitar Riffs and Licks then you should know about Guitar Arpeggios. What are Arpeggios?Arpeggios are the broken Chords in which we use particular notes of chords or octaves and play them in ascending or descending orders. When you play Chord then you use particular notes and play them together but here in Arpeggios, you play them individually one by one. Arpeggios on Guitar:The Guitarist often uses Arpeggios most to create different sounds and melody. Arpeggios get used in many genres such as Rock, Blues, and Fingerstyle Guitar. Guitarist uses Arpeggios in Guitar for Sweep Picking technique and neo-classical music.
In the fingerstyle technique, you may use more often Arpeggios for Guitar. You can create many patterns to play as an Arpeggios which you can repeat again and again to create the melodic Riff or a Melodic Music…

Guitar Modes and it's importance - Guitar Music Theory

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Here we are going to know about Guitar Modes or Guitar Scale Modes with all the mode types, names of the modes, and how to use them.What are Guitar Modes?Modes are basically derived from the Diatonic Major Scales. There are 7 notes in Major Scale so there are 7 modes in every Major Scale. Modes are really useful for lead guitar soloing and for creating an awesome melody by using Modes. Guitar Modes:Ionian ModeDorian ModePhrygian ModeLydian ModeMixolydian ModeAeolian ModeLocrian Mode For e.g. - For a better understanding, we are going to use the C Major Scale as an example. Here in the C Major Scale, we have 7 notes as well as 7 Modes. C Major Scale - [ C, D , E , F , G , A, B ]In this Scale, 1st note is C which is a Major note so we always called it C Major Ionian Mode. 2nd note is a D which is a Minor note so we always called it, D Minor Dorian Mode. 3rd note is an E which is a Minor note so we always called it E Minor Phrygian Mode. 4th note is an F which is a Major note so we always call…

Guitar Jazz Scales - Guitar Music Theory

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Here you will find all the essential information about Guitar Jazz Scales. Every Jazz player should know the basics of Jazz Music Theory to understand and create complex Jazz Music.What is Jazz Music Genre?It is Music Genre which is originally based on Blues. It came into the picture in the late 19's century in the United States of America.
In Jazz Music, you will find complex chords and Scales. It sounds more like a Blues Music Genre. Gradually it gets popular and vast. Now there is many different Jazz Music such as Jipssy Jazz, Bluesy Jazz, Whisky Jazz, etc. What are Guitar Jazz Scales?Guitar Jazz Scales are similar to Melodic Minor Scales. You can use Blues scales as well. But You need to learn Melodic Minor Scales in order to play Jazz Music. We mostly use the Jazz Minor Scale to play any Jazzy Music. Only Minor Scales can produce Jazzy sounds.
So basically you have to learn Guitar Jazz Scales which are similar to the Melodic Minor Scales in order to understand and play Jazz Musi…

G Minor Scale Notes and Chords on Guitar

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Here is the G Minor Scale on Guitar with all the notes and chords family present in the key of G Minor Scale in Guitar. G Minor Scale Notes: [ G, A, Bb, C, D, Eb, F, (G) ]These are the notes which are present in the key of G Minor Scale for Guitar. Also, check out the below links to see all Minor Scale Notes and Chords.
A Minor Scale Notes and Chords B Minor Scale Notes and Chords C Minor Scale Notes and Chords D Minor Scale Notes and Chords E Minor Scale Notes and Chords F Minor Scale Notes and Chords G Minor Scale Chords:G Minor or Gmin7 Chord,
A Diminished or Amin7b5 Chord,
Bb Major or Bbmaj7 Chord,
C Minor or Cmin7Chord,
D Minor or Dmin7 Chord,
Eb Major or Ebmaj7 Chord,
F Major or Fmaj7 Chord.So these are the chords present in the key of G Minor Scale for Guitar. If you have any questions please feel free to ask in the comments down below. I will try my best to solve your query.

F Minor Scale Notes and Chords on Guitar

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Here is the F Minor Scale on Guitar with all the notes and chords family present in the key of F Minor Scale in Guitar. F Minor Scale Notes: [ F, G, Ab, Bb, C, Db, Eb, (F) ]These are the notes which are present in the key of F Minor Scale for Guitar. Also, check out the below links to see all Minor Scale Notes and Chords.
A Minor Scale Notes and Chords B Minor Scale Notes and Chords C Minor Scale Notes and Chords D Minor Scale Notes and Chords E Minor Scale Notes and Chords G Minor Scale Notes and Chords F Minor Scale Chords:F Minor or Fmin7 Chord,
G Diminished or Gmin7b5 Chord,
Ab Major or Abmaj7 Chord,
Bb Minor or Bbmin7Chord,
C Minor or Cmin7 Chord,
Db Major or Dbmaj7 Chord,
Eb Major or Ebmaj7 Chord.So these are the chords present in the key of F Minor Scale for Guitar. If you have any questions please feel free to ask in the comments down below. I will try my best to solve your query.

E Minor Scale Notes and Chords on Guitar

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Here is the E Minor Scale on Guitar with all the notes and chords family present in the key of E Minor Scale in Guitar. E Minor Scale Notes: [ E, F#, G, A, B, C, D, (E) ]These are the notes which are present in the key of E Minor Scale for Guitar. Also, check out the below links to see all Minor Scale Notes and Chords.
A Minor Scale Notes and Chords B Minor Scale Notes and Chords C Minor Scale Notes and Chords D Minor Scale Notes and Chords F Minor Scale Notes and Chords G Minor Scale Notes and Chords E Minor Scale Chords:E Minor or Emin7 Chord,
F# Diminished or F#min7b5 Chord,
G Major or Gmaj7 Chord,
A Minor or Amin7Chord,
B Minor or Bmin7 Chord,
C Major or Cmaj7 Chord,
D Major or Dmaj7 Chord.So these are the chords present in the key of E Minor Scale for Guitar. If you have any questions please feel free to ask in the comments down below. I will try my best to solve your query.