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Master the Circle of Fifths and Crack the Secret Code of Music Theory Discover how to form any scale - in any keyUnderstand key signaturesChange key musically and effectivelyUnderstand how to apply and hear music theory on the guitarInstantly know the notes of any major of minor scale  The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists Are you aware of key signatures, keys and scal Master the Circle of Fifths and Crack the Secret Code of Music Theory Discover how to form any scale - in any keyUnderstand key signaturesChange key musically and effectivelyUnderstand how to apply and hear music theory on the guitarInstantly know the notes of any major of minor scale  The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists Are you aware of key signatures, keys and scales but don’t quite know how they fit together? Would you like to have complete freedom to build and use the right scales on guitar? Do you want to know exactly which notes to play in any major or minor scale? Do you know how to change key smoothly and easily? The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists will teach you to build, understand and use the essential building-blocks of music theory to become a better musician, quickly and easily.  Here’s what you get: A complete course, building from the first principles of music that allows you to create, understand and master the Circle of Fifths. Discover how to build every major and relative minor scales. Understand how key signatures work and instantly know the notes of any scale An instant trick to tell you the notes in any key, just using by looking at your guitar fretboard! Bonus: Learn to instantly see the relationships six ‘secret’ closely related key changes that you can use in your own writing and playing instantly. Are you Missing part of the puzzle? Most guitarists know a lot of scales, but few actually understand the essential principles of how they are built and how they relate to each other.The Circle of Fifths is like an ancient ‘Rosetta Stone’ of music theory that not only tells you which notes are in any key, but also contains the secret of how every scale is built and how every scale relates to each other.In The Circle of Fifths, you will not only learn how The Circle works, but you will also learn to build it yourself and gain instant access to the deep inner core of theory that governs everything in music.The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists shows how every key, scale, chord and modulation works in music. It’s essential knowledge of any aspiring musician. Hear it! Theory is just knowledge, but once you hear it, it becomes music. The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists contains many supporting audio examples to help you get inside the theory and quickly apply the concepts to your own playing. Get it for free from www.fundamental-changes.com This book is Free on Kindle Unlimited


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Master the Circle of Fifths and Crack the Secret Code of Music Theory Discover how to form any scale - in any keyUnderstand key signaturesChange key musically and effectivelyUnderstand how to apply and hear music theory on the guitarInstantly know the notes of any major of minor scale  The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists Are you aware of key signatures, keys and scal Master the Circle of Fifths and Crack the Secret Code of Music Theory Discover how to form any scale - in any keyUnderstand key signaturesChange key musically and effectivelyUnderstand how to apply and hear music theory on the guitarInstantly know the notes of any major of minor scale  The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists Are you aware of key signatures, keys and scales but don’t quite know how they fit together? Would you like to have complete freedom to build and use the right scales on guitar? Do you want to know exactly which notes to play in any major or minor scale? Do you know how to change key smoothly and easily? The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists will teach you to build, understand and use the essential building-blocks of music theory to become a better musician, quickly and easily.  Here’s what you get: A complete course, building from the first principles of music that allows you to create, understand and master the Circle of Fifths. Discover how to build every major and relative minor scales. Understand how key signatures work and instantly know the notes of any scale An instant trick to tell you the notes in any key, just using by looking at your guitar fretboard! Bonus: Learn to instantly see the relationships six ‘secret’ closely related key changes that you can use in your own writing and playing instantly. Are you Missing part of the puzzle? Most guitarists know a lot of scales, but few actually understand the essential principles of how they are built and how they relate to each other.The Circle of Fifths is like an ancient ‘Rosetta Stone’ of music theory that not only tells you which notes are in any key, but also contains the secret of how every scale is built and how every scale relates to each other.In The Circle of Fifths, you will not only learn how The Circle works, but you will also learn to build it yourself and gain instant access to the deep inner core of theory that governs everything in music.The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists shows how every key, scale, chord and modulation works in music. It’s essential knowledge of any aspiring musician. Hear it! Theory is just knowledge, but once you hear it, it becomes music. The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists contains many supporting audio examples to help you get inside the theory and quickly apply the concepts to your own playing. Get it for free from www.fundamental-changes.com This book is Free on Kindle Unlimited

30 review for Guitar: The Circle of Fifths for Guitarists: Learn and Apply Music Theory for Guitarists

  1. 5 out of 5

    Charlene

    Well Laid Out As a seasoned player of some 40 years, I've only been a drummer and a singer. Thought it was time to start gathering more theory. I enjoyed the read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Silas

    I began this book thinking that I would know much of what was within, but as it turned out, I knew very little about the circle of fifths. I am largely self-taught as a guitarist, and have a greater knowledge of music theory than your average guitarist, but as someone who primarily works with tablature, most of this was news to me. This book used tablature to help make sure that guitarists were able to follow, but much of what it was explaining had to do with standard notation and key signatures I began this book thinking that I would know much of what was within, but as it turned out, I knew very little about the circle of fifths. I am largely self-taught as a guitarist, and have a greater knowledge of music theory than your average guitarist, but as someone who primarily works with tablature, most of this was news to me. This book used tablature to help make sure that guitarists were able to follow, but much of what it was explaining had to do with standard notation and key signatures, in particular. This is a short book, but it did a good job of making sure I didn't get lost while explaining a complicated subject to an audience that is generally averse to the topic. As I have recently begun trying to learn to sight read music, this will prove invaluable to me, and even if that goal doesn't pan out, I have learned some simple tricks to better understand key signatures and really what the circle of fifths is about. I had heard about it, but I guess I never really understood it before.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danny Phan

    Good book for beginners Teaches you to build the circle of fifths along with some diatonic common chord modulation at the end. Some prerequisite music theory is required however as some topics would raise more questions then answers for beginners Some better mnemonics to memorise FCGDAEB and BEADFCG instead of the one offered in the book 'Father Charles Goes Down And Ends Battle' and 'Battle Ends And Down Goes Charles Father' Noticed they are flipped?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ming-yao Jen

    A must-have for all guitarists This is an excellent book required reading for anyone wishing to improve guitar skills, especially when writing an impressive solo. With the abundant helpful illustrations and explanations, this book helped me to fully understand how music theory is embedded in every single songs. And makes it so much easier to memorise scales as well!

  5. 5 out of 5

    James P. Collins

    Circle of What? I always enjoy guitar books by Joseph. I glean such nuggets that help my progression in mastery over this instrument. I have veered away from the ‘Theory’ word but this book explains how the scales were formed and how we can form progressions from the circle of fifths. KUDOS Mr. Alexander. JP Collins

  6. 4 out of 5

    j r musto

    You need to know this stuff Okay circle of fifths we have heard about, but what's had that got to do with guitars and why bother learning it. Well the the answer is everything and it will take your playing and knowledge to greater professionalism.

  7. 5 out of 5

    john cooper

    Circle of 5ths Revealed! Short and concise but packed with information. Great for players who've jammed for a while but never taken the time to learn all the buzz words. Wish it had been a little longer.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Roger A Dines

    Well done. Easy to understand.

  9. 5 out of 5

    A

    I liked this book, it was an enjoyable read. There were a few things mnemotechnic ideas to remember notes that I found useful.

  10. 5 out of 5

    George Ruymen

    Excellent book I recommend this book to understand music theory, but it needs to be read a few times to understand it fully.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cory Marshall

    Great read This theory book was easily explained, easy to follow, I would definitely recommend if your new to music or just want to review

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jacques &

    This book reflects a lack pedagogical rigor, clear thinking and unfortunately demonstrates yet again what is acceptable in this day and age in terms of "tutoring". It is unfortunate that the reader has to succumb to an author who has a great deal of difficulty trying to explain a concept in a manner which is logical and based on solid ground. As an example on page 9 at the bottom he states "We will come to the major scale soon but right now it is VERY IMPORTANT to learn what a 5th is". Really?? This book reflects a lack pedagogical rigor, clear thinking and unfortunately demonstrates yet again what is acceptable in this day and age in terms of "tutoring". It is unfortunate that the reader has to succumb to an author who has a great deal of difficulty trying to explain a concept in a manner which is logical and based on solid ground. As an example on page 9 at the bottom he states "We will come to the major scale soon but right now it is VERY IMPORTANT to learn what a 5th is". Really?? So how are you going to explain the 5th of B Major?? The reader then is told on page 11 "don't panic"as this will become very clear soon (albeit not soon enough). As we continue reading, we find more of these examples of haphazard and "lazy" thinking on the part of the author. Clearly what this publication lacked is the rigor of an EDITOR - someone respected and known in the field of music and in pedagogy. To be frank, Mr. Alexander may be a good musician but this does not imply that he is a good teacher. On a side note, I find it suspect that Mr. Alexander does not bother to elucidate his professional credentials in the manner of academics, the degrees he holds from accredited universities, etc. - and, more importantly, I have never heard of him. My personal opinion: Mr. Alexander presents the material poorly to the beginning student. However, it does show some promise, but this for another day.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mark A Evans

    Great easy read on the circle I really enjoyed reading and refreshing my knowledge of the circle of fifths, especially the fretboard shortcuts. Highly recommended for beginning songwriters.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Guy M LaCreta

    Great intro to movement in music. I've been noodling around with music for a number of years, have a number of books on circle of 5ths. Most books just present exercises using the circle, but this one gives you a basic understanding of how it applies to music, and why it is useful.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Peter

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  30. 5 out of 5

    colin McLaughlin

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