Monthly Archives: February 2015

Three Will Get You Four: Guitar Fretboard Logic Part IV

We are continuing our discussion of guitar fretboard harmony. In previous posts, I outlined how you can play a given major chord anywhere along the guitar neck. We then saw how you can convert the major chord into a minor

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Major To Minor: Guitar Fretboard Logic Part III

In my previous post, I discussed how one can use five interlocking chord shapes to play a given major chord along the entire guitar neck. While currently being referred to as the CAGED system (because the shapes correspond to the

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“If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home By Now”: Guitar Fretboard Logic Part II

In my previous post, I discussed how one could use octave shapes to learn the notes on the guitar fretboard. I would like to continue by talking about chord shapes. The layout of the fretboard allows you to play a

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