What Introduction To Drop 2 Chords Will Teach You
In this lesson which is an introduction to drop 2 chords, you will learn the following points.
- How we will be dealing with chord forms within string sets.
- How chords are inverted and taken up the neck.
- The importance of knowing what the bass and melody note is.
This is a long but important lesson. The video lesson will last for nearly twenty minutes, so please try and hang in there. If you find that you are losing concentration, it might be an idea to pause the video and then come back to it at a later time when you are fresh. The concepts are not hard to understand, but there are a lot of important areas covered. So to summarize, this lesson outlines many of the important concepts that you will use throughout the entire thirteen lesson course.
The main points that are introduced in this lesson are the actual forms used in the major, minor and dominant seventh chord families. Also discussed is the importance of knowing the bass and melody notes. You will be shown how to project chords up the neck in all forms.
Within these areas, the actual formation of the chords will be described and shown on screen so you understand exactly how these important voicings are created.
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This video lesson covers a lot of areas. It supports the first chapter in our book Drop Two Voicings Uncovered. To get more ideas, more chordal concepts and to really supercharge your learning, consider buying this book. By purchasing our printed books, you support the many free resources created for GMI – Guitar & Music Institute. Please share this lesson by using the share buttons below.
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DROP TWO VOICINGS UNCOVERED – Available To Buy Direct From Amazon Or The PDF Version From The GMI Shop
The chords discussed in this lesson and hundreds of other chords and how to use them are found in the GMI – Guitar & Music Institute publication Drop Two Voicings Uncovered
This full colour book can be bought either as a printed copy directly from Amazon, or as a PDF immediate download from the GMI Guitar Store.
Both books are exactly the same The PDF book is 112 pages in total and the printed version is 120 pages in total.
What Is In This Guitar Chord Book?
- A full colour publication in physical print form 120 pages long, PDF version 112 pages.
- An easy to understand system that enables you to generate the same chord over the entire neck and across all string sets.
- Drop Two Voicings Uncovered details how guitarists can extend their chordal knowledge and is for any guitarist who aspires to play jazz, extend their chord knowledge in usable forms for blues, funk, pop and a wide range of other musical genres and scenarios.
- There are nearly 1100 individual chord boxes used within the book with no music reading skills needed to get the most from this volume.
- Learn not only how to play new chord ideas, but how to generate new chord forms and crucially how to use them within some of the most widely used progressions in music.
- A comprehensive thirteen part video course (nearly two hours of video) complements and develops each lesson within the guitar book. These videos are view-able on both the GMI Youtube channel and within the GMI website blog area.
- Purchasers of the guitar book can download additional learning materials that extend your use of Drop Two Voicings Uncovered. Further chordal ideas in a downloadable pdf book and 21 mp3 backing tracks to practice along with will be offered.
- Periodical free updates sheets will be offered to book owners.
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