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GUITAR THEORY: Harmonic & Melodic Manipulation

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This Video: April 18th, 2014 | Search Videos by Title/Date.

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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...

Q: I'm a huge fan of guitar, but I have limited music theory knowledge. I know the triad & 7th harmonies and my key signatures. Where I'm lost is with melodies and harmonies that just don't fit in. I often find chords that are not in key. And, the same goes for melodies. The theory of this might be beyond me, but can you make a lesson that demonstrates some of this along with some commentary? Thanks!
Ranaldo - St. Albans, West Virginia, USA

A: It's very common for practicing guitar players, who've learned about the basic major & minor scales, (along with their related harmonies), to become a little bit confused when either scale tones, or chords, show-up in a song and they simply do not relate to the key. In this lesson, I'll cover a collection of common ways that unrelated chords or scale tones might manipulate their way into either melodies, or into the chord progressions of a piece of music. Keep in mind that there can be several theoretical explanations as to why these manipulations occur within a piece. As I explore some of these different scenarios, I will do my best to shed some light on what kinds of unique musical situations are found within the melodic & harmonic examples used within this lesson. I hope you enjoy the lesson!

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Hundred's of FREE lesson Handout PDF's and MP3 Jams.
This Video: April 18th, 2014 | Search Videos by Title/Date.

THIS VIDEOS LESSON PLAN - Will be available on Sun. Apr. 20, 2014:
http://www.andrewwasson.com/

Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...

Q: I'm a huge fan of guitar, but I have limited music theory knowledge. I know the triad & 7th harmonies and my key signatures. Where I'm lost is with melodies and harmonies that just don't fit in. I often find chords that are not in key. And, the same goes for melodies. The theory of this might be beyond me, but can you make a lesson that demonstrates some of this along with some commentary? Thanks!
Ranaldo - St. Albans, West Virginia, USA

A: It's very common for practicing guitar players, who've learned about the basic major & minor scales, (along with their related harmonies), to become a little bit confused when either scale tones, or chords, show-up in a song and they simply do not relate to the key. In this lesson, I'll cover a collection of common ways that unrelated chords or scale tones might manipulate their way into either melodies, or into the chord progressions of a piece of music. Keep in mind that there can be several theoretical explanations as to why these manipulations occur within a piece. As I explore some of these different scenarios, I will do my best to shed some light on what kinds of unique musical situations are found within the melodic & harmonic examples used within this lesson. I hope you enjoy the lesson!

MY 2nd YOU TUBE CHANNEL: The Guitar Blog
Andrew Wasson's "GuitarBlogUpdate" YouTube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/guit...
______________________________­______

MY TWITTER FEED:
http://twitter.com/andrewwa...
______________________________­______

ANDREW WASSON - Personal Website:
http://www.andrewwasson.com
(weekly postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts)
______________________________­______

Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page:
http://www.zazzle.com/creat...
______________________________­______

OFFICIAL Creative Guitar Studio Products Website:
http://www.creativeguitarst...
______________________________­______

SOUND CLOUD: Listen to some of my songs.
https://soundcloud.com/crea...
______________________________­______

Facebook Fan Page:
https://www.facebook.com/pa...
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