Ted Greene: Chord Chemistry: For Guitar

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Alfred Music, Mar 6, 1992 - Music - 112 pages
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Ted Greene’s Chord Chemistry was originally published in 1971 and has become the classic chord reference book for two generations of guitarists. Whether you are just beginning to search beyond basic barre chords or are already an advanced player looking for new sounds and ideas this is the book that will get you there. Designed to inspire creativity this book is a musical treasure chest filled with exciting new ideas and sounds.
 

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This book is a fantastic resource for the guitarist, who wishes to know their chords and view them in a traditional approach. Greene gives you many options for different chords, and has a modern approach to his material. Highly recommend to any guitarist who wishes to excel in their knowledge of chords around the fretboard and unique approaches to choosing them. His other book on chords is a bible in my mind.  

Contents

Dominant 7th Chords and the Cycle
66
Moving Voices Voice Leading and Systematic Thinking
68
Chord Melodies
75
Triads
82
Fundamental Harmonies of Scales
86
IT Other Chords Built from Scales
91
Blues Progressions
93
Miscellaneous Concepts
105

Moving Chords a
56
Chord Substitutions and General Information
58
Rock Type Progressions
108
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