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Guitar Modes Lesson Extension (July 2010)

We have seen articles on other web sites suggesting that online lessons are a one off and you cannot refer back to them in the future without purchasing the lesson again.
That's easly fixed. We have confidence in our product.

Guitarmodes.com.au offer the opportunity for you to come back for an extension to your lesson at no charge. You do this by sending us an email via the Contact button.

Why is Guitarmodes Method so Cheap? (July 2010)

If you have a new concept, try getting it out to the world.
Try hitting a star with a ball bearing, there is your analogy.
We offer the method at a low price so that all musicians with access to a computer will have access to the lesson.

Guitar Modes Concept (July 2010)

Guitarmodes method is a simple concept that may be applied to any scale.

Teaching Modes for Guitar, A Work Tool (July 2010)

Guitar modes offers a method for teachers to explain modes and how to apply them. Not just modes from the major scale but modes of all scales.

Arpeggios Explained (June 2010)

Guitar modes method on the Lesson page gives you the knowledge to play all Arpeggios for all scales and their modes used for sweep picking across the fretboard. You will find this to be a simple process.

Guitar Lesson Questionaire Free Online Offer (June 2010)

Your opinion is important to the guitar teaching industry. You will receive a free package for your input.

Question:
What are the difficulties and improvements that you feel may be made in learning/teaching scales, modes, boxes, CAGED system, chord structure, theory etc.?

Click on the email Contact button, provide your information.

Wholetone Scale Explained (June 2010)

The Wholetone scale is also known as the Augmented scale. Guitarmodes gives you a method to play this scale across the fretboard. Actually, this scale is very simple so you may feel you do not need a method.

There are 7 notes. Each note of the scale may be considered as the starting root note of the scale.

The Altered Scale Explained (June 2010)

Guitarmodes allows you to play all modes of the harmonic minor scale in a few minutes without the use of sharps or flats.

The altered scale. eg. C alt scale, is the seventh mode of the harmonic minor scale.

The word altered meaning that most of the notes in the scale have been made sharp or flat.

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Tonal Centre Explained (June 2010)

The purpose of the Tonal Centre concept is to train your ear to be able locate a particular note that would be the route note in a scale.
Centre, refers to the route note of a scale having notes higher and lower.

C A G E D System Explained (May 2010)

The C A G E D system is mainly used to play the same chord along the fretboard using shapes of the open chords.
You could consider each of the shapes to be inversions of the C chord as you move up the neck.

It also assists with locating the positions for the major scale (in this case the C major scale).

Guitar Modes Method Boxes Disappear (June 2010)

Boxes and C A G E D patterns disappear when you apply the Guitarmodes method.

An analogy:-

Think of dots and box shapes as fretboard diagrams then think of a road map.

Map = Fretboard
Shires = Boxes or C A G E D system
Towns = Dots
Roads = My method (Guitarmodes method)
Driver = Guitarist
Drive = Play


The shires (boxes) on a map (fretboard) indicate an area of towns (dots).

Check out Ty Quinns site (May 2010)

www.tyquinn.com

Safe to copy and paste the domain address to your browser.

Clear explantions.

Layering Scales and Modulation (May 2010)

Guitarmodes method provides for instant layering of modes and scales.

Learn Guitar with 7 Numbers (May 2010)

Guitarmodes has the key. If you have ever tried to unlock a door with the right key, it works every time.
We have created the right key,7.

You can learn everything about the guitar with 7 numbers as the basis.

Guitar Modes: Scale, Harmony, Chord Method (May 2010)

Guitarmodes method forms a basis to build your playing knowledge around Scales, Harmony, Chords or Tonal Centre. You have a great advantage if you use all four concepts to improvise across the entire fretboard. They are easily accessible using our copyright method.

Learn the scales, then learn the harmonies and chord structure based on those scales. You will find it all on our Lesson page.


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