guitarology.com - Guitar Theory Knowledge Base [Guitar Theory At Your Fingertips]
A note about donating
   
 
   
   
    
  Home
  Mission Statement
  Basics
  Scales
  Chords
  Arpeggios
  Music Theory
  Progressions
  Rhythms
  Reading
  Technique
  Templates
  Videos
  Archives
  FAQ
  Further Studies
  Glossary
  Acknowledgements
  Destinations
  Friends
  Shop
  Testimonials
   
Mission Statement      
  Mission    
Basics      
  Guitar Orientation    
  Guitar Tuning    
  Using A Metronome    
Scales      
  Scale Diagrams    
  Scale Practice Methods One Octave  
    One Oct. : Ascending  
    One Oct. : Descending  
    One Oct. : Asc./Desc.  
    One Oct. : Desc./Asc.  
    One Oct. : Groups: 2  more...
      3 
      4 
      5 
    One Oct. : Intervals  
    Two Octave  
    Two Oct. : Ascending  
    Two Oct. : Descending  
    Two Oct. : Asc./Desc.  
    Two Oct. : Desc./Asc.  
    Two Oct. : Groups  
    Two Oct. : Intervals  
  Minor Pentatonic Regular 3 Note
  Major Regular 3 Note
  Minor Blues    
  Melodic Minor    
  Whole Tone    
  Symmetrical    
  Harmonic Minor Regular 3 Note
  Oriental    
  Harmonic Major    
  Harmonic Major with +2    
  Major Augmented    
  Dorian Diminished    
  To be continued...    
Chords      
  Chord Theory Basic  
    Advanced  
  Chord Diagrams    
  Chord Practice    
  Open Forms Major  
    Minor  
    Dominant 7th  
    Suspended  
    Miscellaneous  
  Closed Forms Bar Chords  
    Power Chords  
    Standard Jazz Voicings  
    Major 9ths Top  
    Minor 9ths Top  
    Dominant 9ths Top  
    Minor 7b5  
    Quartal Middle
      Top
  Drop Voicing Map    
  Drop Voicing Forms Dom 7th Forms Root 6
      Root 5
  Triad Voicings    
  Miscellaneous    
Arpeggios      
  Arpeggio Practice    
  Root 6th String Left Right
  Root 5th String Left Right
  Root 4th String    
  Root 3rd String    
Music Theory, General      
  Introduction Note Names  
    Steps: Whole/Half  
    Guitar Range  
    Accidentals  
    Intervals  
    Triads  
    Chord Types  
Progressions      
  Practicing Oh, Susanna  
    Tom Dooley  
    Aura Lee  
    Greensleeves  
    Scarborough Fair  
    House Of The Rising Sun  
  Blues 12 Bar 12 Bar Minor
  ii V I    
  Trane's Changes    
  Common Jazz Changes Autumn Changes  
    All The Things... Changes  
    Cherokee Changes  
Reading      
  Beginning 1st String  
    2nd String  
    3rd String  
    4th String  
    5th String  
    6th String  
Rhythms      
  For Sight-Reading Quarters and Eighths  
  Strum Patterns 4/4 Straight  
    4/4 (Cont.)  
    4/4 (Cont.)  
    4/4 Synchopated  
    4/4 Synchopated (Cont.)  
    4/4 Synchopated (Cont.)  
    3/4  
    3/4 Synchopated  
    3/4 Synchopated (Cont.)  
    6/8  
    7/8  
    9/8  
    12/8  
    5/4  
    7/4  
Technique      
  Picking    
  Thumb Placement    
  Finger Height    
Templates      
  Staff Paper Template    
  Guitar Chord Template    
  Guitar Scale Template    
Archives      
  Welcome To Guitar    
  Course of Study Outline    
FAQ      
  FAQ    
Further Studies      
  Recommended Reading    
Glossary      
  A Through Z    
Destinations      
  Hyperlinks    
Acknowledgements      
  Acknowledgements    
Shop      
  Shop    
 
Testimonials
 
"Your site is a tremendous help! Since I'm a Dutch native speaker, I'm having a bit of trouble with all the English terminology and so on, so getting to cover the basics again like this does it for me."

Dennis Wolfs  Belgium
 
 
"Thank you very much for...the tips! I will have fun... with the bass. God bless you and all of your loved ones. Keep up the great work."

Stephanie
 
 
"I want to thank you for your site. I will be teaching a guitar theory course at my college next semester and thought I was going to have to produce all the materials myself. What you have compiled is simply awesome. Thank you for your contribution."

Felton Offard
Guitar Instructor
Chicago State University, North Park University
 
Sponsored Links
 
 
 
Mission Statement
 
 
 

Home  |  Contact  |  About  |  Help

© 2012 www.guitarology.com. All rights reserved. Illegal use of this material subject to civil and criminal prosecution. Questions? info at guitarology dot com