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Scale Chord Relationships

A Guide to Knowing What Notes to Play - and Why!

By Michael Mueller

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Guitar
A Guide to Knowing What Notes to Play - and Why!. Guitar Educational. Scales and Chords. Softcover Audio Online. With chord names, guitar chord diagrams, instructional text and introductory text. 40 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.695563).

Item Number: HL.695563

ISBN 0634019945. 9x12 inches.

Scale Chord Relationships teaches players how to determine which scales to play with which chords, so guitarists will never have to fear chord changes again! This book/CD pack explains how to: recognize keys; analyze chord progressions; use the modes; play over nondiatonic harmony; use harmonic and melodic minor scales; use symmetrical scales such as chromatic, whole-tone and diminished scales; incorporate exotic scales such as Hungarian major and Gypsy minor; and much more!

  • Basic Harmony 
  • The Puzzle System 
  • Seventh Chord Harmony 
  • Modal Harmony 
  • Minor Scale Harmony 
  • Power Chords 
  • Blues Progressions 
  • Riff And Arpeggios 
  • Nondiatonic Harmony 
  • Harmonic Minor 
  • Melodic Minor 
  • Symmetrical Scales 
  • Exotic Scales 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Brian Moore
    Location:
    Boston, MA
  • August 11, 2003 I wish I had this book long ago

    I've always grasped Music Theory fairly quickly but just couldn't get my hands around understanding the modes of soloing around chord progressions. This book really cleared it up. Well done !

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  • 5

    JimmyZ
    Location:
    San Diego, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • October 01, 2001 The Formula that works!

    Finally, a book that tells you how to figure which scale to play with any chrod progression is played!!!

    18 of 36 people found this review helpful.
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