GUITAR THEORY: Voicing 7th Chords and Beyond


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Published on 23 February 2016
DONATIONS: /donations.php"> /donations.php MORE LESSONS: Search Andrew for FREE lesson Handouts. This Video: February 17, 2012 | Search Videos by Title/Date. GO TO: /recent_posts/2012/02_february/feb_2012.php#feb17"> /recent_posts/2012/02_february/feb_2012.php#feb17 Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question... Q: I'm having a difficult time with the seventh chords. I know several of the fingerings, but I can't place them quickly when I get new charts. I've also noticed that certain notes and strings are omitted on these & larger chords. Plus, notes are often re-arranged as well. Can you give me a few ideas on how I can better apply these chords onto the guitar neck? Vic -- Akron, Ohio. USA A: Larger chords such as; 7th's, Extended chords, and Altered chords may all differ in what notes they contain theoretically, as opposed, to what they'll contain once they are applied as a shape onto our guitar neck. In other words, even though a chord such as say a; Dom. 13th, truly contains 7 notes, when we place it on our guitar neck, it will generally only have 4. This occurs due to the limitations of our neck size and the quantity of guitar strings we have available. Watch the video to learn more. TWITTER FEED: ____________________________________ CLOTHING: Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: ____________________________________ OFFICIAL Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: ____________________________________ ANDREW WASSON - Personal Website: (weekly postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts) ____________________________________ 2nd YOU TUBE CHANNEL: The Guitar Blog Andrew's Popular "GuitarBlog" YouTube Channel: ____________________________________ Facebook Fan Page: ____________________________________ Creative Guitar Studio on Blogspot: ____________________________________ MySpace: _____________________________________

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