Guitar Music Theory | Youtube Videos

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Intervals

In music theory, taking the second note of a major scale and moving it up an octave can be referred to as a second plus an octave, or a ninth. Learn more about intervals and music theory from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Major 3rd Interval

The major third interval is a great interval to understand when learning music theory on the guitar. Learn more about the major third interval and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Diminished 5th Interval

A diminished fifth interval is produced by moving a half step below the fifth note of a minor scale on the guitar. Learn more about a diminished fifth interval from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Unison

A unison is a term used in music theory that refers to two notes of the same frequency that are played at the same time. Learn more about a unison and music theory for guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Minor 2nd Interval

On guitar, lowering the second note of the major scale by a half step will produce the minor second interval. Learn more about the minor second interval and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : What are Perfect & Diminished Notes?

The terms perfect and diminished are used to describe major and minor notes within music theory. Learn more about the perfect and diminished notes from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Minor 6th Interval

In music theory the minor sixth interval can also be referred to as the augmented fifth interval. Learn more about the minor sixth interval and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : What are Music Intervals?

Intervals are the distance between tow musical notes in relation to the major scale. Learn more about music and intervals from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Minor 3rd Interval

Moving one musical note up three frets on the neck of the guitar will produce a minor third interval. Learn more about minor third intervals and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Perfect 4th Interval

The distance between the first note and the fourth note , within a major scale, on guitar is referred to as a perfect fourth. Learn more about a perfect fourth and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Major 2nd Interval

Moving one musical note up two frets on the neck of the guitar will produce a major second interval. Learn more about the major second interval and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Perfect 5th Interval

Moving a musical note one fret down and two frets up on the guitar will produce a perfect fifth interval. Learn more about a perfect fifth interval and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Major 7th Interval

In music theory, moving the seventh note of a major scale down two strings and up one fret on the guitar will produce a major seventh interval. Learn more about the major seventh interval and guitar from a professional musician in this free guitar video.

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Guitar Music Theory : Guitar Music Theory: Minor 7th Interval

In music theory, lowering the seventh note of a major scale by a half step on the guitar will produce a minor seventh interval.

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