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A Guitarist's Guide to Theory: What You Need to Know to Become a Better Musician (English Edition)
 
 

A Guitarist's Guide to Theory: What You Need to Know to Become a Better Musician (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Bryan DeLauney

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Music theory can be drab, banal, and just the thought of it makes contracting Ebola sound pleasant. Many music theory books appear to be written in a dead language and for good reason. After reading the first chapter, your eyes have rolled to back of your skull and your knowledge base has increased by the cubed root of zero. My book is written in an informal, free-flowing, and simple language. I tried to write a book that is written more personal, like I was actually giving you a one-on-one lesson. Don't get me wrong, this is a real theory book, with complicated topics, but I try to make it easy to read and easy to follow with tables, visualizations, and the tricks that I used to memorize the harder concepts. Now, on to the more "sophisticated" version of the book description...

This book is about the "whys", "whats", and "hows" in music. These questions are answered in easy concepts by using charts to compare notes with chords, scales with chords, scales with other scales, and other foundational ideas. Answer the "Where can I use this awesome scale?", "How do I use a diminished chord in a song?", "What am I playing?", "What is a chord progression?", "What scale goes with which chord?"... questions in an easy to read, yet complex format.

The guitar is an instrument that is commonly picked up and learned by ear or by a friend; however, without any formal understanding of music, much of what is played becomes guesswork. A Guitarist's Guide to Theory takes the guesswork out of music allowing you to understand where to use scales, how to incorporate modes, utilize extended chords, etc. Each chapter builds on the previous one, allowing for an easy and progressive learning experience. All concepts are carried forward with memorization tips, visualization tools, charts, examples and more.

The core structure of this book is built on breaking down music theory and making it easy and enjoyable to learn. The topics include intervals, major scale theory, chord theory, seventh chord theory, altered chords, extended chords, substitution chords, modes, arpeggios, minor scales, and much more! All which are defined and elaborated on, where you can add them to your repertoire.

This is also a good book for music teachers or people interested in teaching guitar. My original intent for this book was to use as a handout for students.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Bryan DeLauney has been a music instructor for nearly two decades. His main musical interest lie in the theory of music and how things are arranged. When taking his own guitar lessons, Bryan couldn't get many of the answers, as a student, that he was looking for. He always wanted to know why he was playing something, rather than knowing how to play it. The mechanics are the easy parts. It's knowing where to use it, and use it correctly that's the secret. Interestingly enough, Bryan's college interests were not in music, but in chemistry. Even after working in interesting positions, i.e., environmental oversight for a chemical weapons demilitarization facility, his heart was still in music theory. The intent of his book, "A Guitarist's Guide to Theory", was initially to be used as a teaching tool, as a student reference book, and as an aid for other aspiring teachers. Bryan wanted to put his teaching ideas and learning tools in the hands of others. After giving copies away for free for three years, he decided to make it available to others, for the edification of the musical arts. Bryan is dedicated to teaching music and helping others learn that there is much more to playing the guitar than an A minor pentatonic scale. His future writing plans are to take many of the chapters of this book expand them into individual books, with greater detail. Thanks, for your time... Keep asking questions... and God bless!!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3698 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 92 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0615961088
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00HYL9EW8
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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I always wanted to understand more about what I was playing and why, but every time I tried to learn the material or teacher seemed to be speaking a totally different language and I ended up confused and frustrated. This book takes theory and makes it easy to understand and not confusing. I have been playing guitar for many years and understanding what to play and why opens the door to better playing and even breaking down learning other songs. I highly recommend this book to every guitar player out there you would benefit greatly by having these tools in your belt.
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Mom son taught himself to play guitar and he has learned a lot from reading this book! You will not be disappointed!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great information 15. Februar 2014
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Packed with great information to help you get to the next level. Get a copy and begin your journey to becoming an informed musician.
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