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Guitar Music Theory Lessons - Desi Serna

  1. 21. Playing Pedal Point and Pedal Tones2013/10/29
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  2. 20. Using Harmonic Minor Scale Patterns2013/10/23
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  3. 19. Chord Tone Soloing (Outlining Chords and Progressions)2013/10/17
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  4. 18. Lead Patterns With Major Scales and Modes2013/10/09
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  5. 17. Pentatonic Lead Patterns2013/10/02
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  6. 16. Chromatic Passing Chords, Diminished and Augmented2013/09/25
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  7. 15. Key Changes, Borrowed Chords and Circle of Fifths2013/09/18
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  8. 14. Dominant function and harmonic minor chord progressions2013/09/11
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  9. 13. Numbering scales, chord progressions and modes2013/09/04
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  10. 12. What is the key of a song?2013/08/28
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  11. 11. Joe Robinson Guitar Interview2013/05/24
    Australian guitarist and singer/songwriter Joe Robinson discusses his musical background, style and perspectives on music theory and guitar playing. Includes samples of his songs and recorded albums plus live playing and improvisations. Interview with Desi Serna author of Fretboard Theory.
  12. 10. Blues Guitar Lesson, Music Theory, Chords, Progressions, & Scales2009/02/24
    Blues Guitar Theory Lesson. Chords, Progressions, and Scales for Lead Guitar Solos. Learn about using and combining major and minor pentatonic scale patterns. Plus, major scales and modes over blues songs.
  13. 9. Major & Minor Seven Chord Extensions Guitar Theory Lesson2008/05/16
    How to build and play major and minor seventh chords on the guitar fretboard. The theory behind 7th intervals and chord extensions, plus popular songs.
  14. 8. Intervals and Major Scale Harmony Guitar Theory Lessons2008/03/06
    About intervals such as thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths and sevenths and playing harmony, melodies, riffs, lead guitar solos and bass lines. How to map out major scale intervals on the guitar fretboard and understand music theory. By guitar teacher Desi S
  15. 7. Guitar Modes and the Theory Behind Modal Scales2008/01/31
    Learn the music theory behind guitar modes and hear an explanation about what they are and why they matter. Play modal scales such as Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian and Locrian. Taught by guitar theory teacher Desi Serna author of Fretboard Theory.
  16. 6. Chord Progressions and Playing By Numbers Guitar Theory Lessons2008/01/11
    This free guitar theory lesson explains how to build chords and chord progressions on the fretboard. Learn the major scale's major/minor sequence and how to map out chord patterns by number. Sometimes referred to as the "Nashville Number System," this is one of the most important concepts in music. Taught by guitar music theory teacher Desi Serna.
  17. 5. How to Learn and Practice Major Scale Patterns and Songs2007/12/05
    Develop an understanding of Guitar Theory by learning the major scale. Advice on practicing major scale patterns and using the scale to play melodies, riffs, lead guitar solos and bass lines. Plus, popular major scale songs. Taught by Desi Serna author of
  18. 4. Guitar CAGED Chords, Arpeggios, Inversions and Theory2007/10/25
    Guitar Chord Theory. Building and using guitar chord shapes, voicings, inversions and arpeggios with the CAGED system. Guitar theory and the guitar chord CAGED system.
  19. 3. How to Learn and Practice Guitar Pentatonic Scale Patterns and Songs2007/09/14
    How to learn pentatonic scale patterns, technique, theory and easy pentatonic scale songs. Learning the pentatonic scale on the guitar fretboard. Guitar theory podcast lesson.
  20. 2. Learn the Notes On the Guitar Fretboard2007/07/08
    Tips and tricks for learning the notes on the guitar fretboard. Guitar chords, scales, progressions and more all stem from the notes along strings six and five. Developing a good working knowledge of guitar theory starts with memorizing these notes.
  21. 1. What is Guitar Theory? About Scales, Chords, Progressions and More.2007/06/15
    An introduction to applying music theory to the guitar fretboard. How learning about guitar scales, chords and progressions can benefit intermediate and advanced guitar players. Taught by Desi Serna author of Fretboard Theory.
Guitar Music Theory Lessons - Desi Serna
http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/tscmd/tc/37557
This podcast features free audio guitar lessons that teach practical concepts of music theory to modern guitar players. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar music. This material is suitable for intermediate level players on up and can be followed on either an acoustic or electric guitar. It is recommended that you begin with the first episode uploaded on June 6, 2007 (What Is Guitar Theory?), and then follow the lessons in order from there. Taught by Desi Serna author of the books Fretboard Theory, Fretboard Theory Volume II, Guitar Theory For Dummies, and Guitar Rhythm and Technique For Dummies, plus several video programs. Visit the Guitar-Music-Theory.com website to sign up for free book and DVD previews.
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