CHITARRA RITMICA La Guida Completa Bruce Buckingham Musicians Institute LIBRO CD TABLATURE

RHYTHM GUITAR, THE COMPLETE GUIDE. ESSENTIAL CONCEPTS. Bruce Buckingham & Eric Pascal,

MUSICIANS Institute. TABLATURE

 

The art and craft of good rhythm guitar playing is not always taught or practiced correctly by all guitarists. It is the aim of this Rhythm Guitar curriculum to give you the tools and inspiration to study and play "rhythm" with knowledge and conviction. Fundamentals are always important to technique and the reviewing of material is mandatory. This curriculum starts simply and progresses to advanced topics, but it must be stressed that the learning of the material has to go hand in hand with the "playing" of the material. This is achieved through disciplined practice and creative application in performance. You need to practice the material well enough so you can perform all examples and playing techniques. Repetition in practice and performance makes solid rhythm guitar. Regardless of your level of chord knowledge or experience in playing rhythm guitar, this book will serve as an "idea source" from which you can invent your own sounds. Remember that anything can go anywhere using the right approach and your ears. We recommend that you also refer to other Musician's Institute books, Single String Technique (by Dan Gilbert and Beth Marlis) and Music Reading for Guitar (by David Oakes); which put forth and define many of the fingerboard and rhythmic applications used in this book. It is also a good idea to seek the advice of a local teacher that can check your progress and help you over any rough spots. Finally, a word about practicing: Use a metronome and/or drum machine when learning examples and practice all progressions at a variety of tempos. Also, be creative in the use of all your learning tools (Tapes, books, videos, sequencer, CD's). Try and build a repertoire of progressions and songs. Write your own progressions and songs. The more creative you become in your approach to chords, the easier the shapes will become.

 

 

Table of Contents:

Introduction.

 

Chapter One

Objectives

The Diagram

Open Position Major Chords

"Basic Moves"

Open Position Minor Chords

More "Basic Moves".

Strumming and Rhythmic Control

Progressions.

 

Chapter Two

Objectives

Open Position Chords

Dominant 7th Chords

Root/Chord Strumming.

Practice Tips .

Fingerstyle vs. Flatpicking .

More Strums

 

Chapter Three

Objectives.

Barre Chords.

Barre Chords with Sixth String Roots

Barre Chords with Fifth String Roots .

Review of Strumming Patterns .

"Basic Moves"

Progressions

 

Chapter Four

Objectives.

Dominant 7th Barre Chords with Sixth String Roots.

Moveable Shapes .

Dominant 7th Barre Chords with Fifth String Roots.

"Basic Moves"

Strumming and Rhythmic Control .

Progressions

 

Chapter Five

Objectives.

Arpeggiated Chords

Arpeggiated Pattern 1

Arpeggiated Pattern 2

Arpeggiated Pattern 3

Arpeggiated Pattern 4.

Progressions

 

Chapter Six

Objectives

Power Chord Shapes

Power Chords with an Added Ninth

Chart Reading with Two Parts

 

Chapter Seven

Objectives

Open Position Major 7th Chords

Open Position Minor 7th Chords

Movable Major 7th Chords. 

Movable Minor 7th Chords

 

Chapter Eight

Objectives.

6th Chords

Dominant 9th Chords

Blues Charts .

 

Chapter Nine

Objectives.

More 6th Chords.

More Dominant 9th Chords

Charts .

 

Chapter Ten

Objectives.

Harmonized Major Scale.

"Basic Moves"

Roman Numeral use in Harmonized Scales.

 

Chapter Eleven

Objectives.

Analyzing Roman Numeral Chord Progressions

Chord Charts.

 

Chapter Twelve

Objectives.

Sixteenth Notes

Suspended 4th Chords.

Dominant 7sus4 .

 

Chapter Thirteen

Objectives.

More Sixteenth Note Figures

One Measure Patterns .

 

Chapter Fourteen

Objectives

Major and Minor 9th Chords.

Charts

 

Chapter Fifteen

Objectives

Minor 7b5 Chords

Charts

 

Chapter Sixteen

Objectives.

11th and 9sus4 Chords.

Charts

 

Chapter Seventeen

Objectives.

Major and Minor 7ths with Fourth String Root

"Basic Moves"

Charts

 

Chapter Eighteen

Objectives.

7th and m7b5 Chords with Fourth String Roots

Charts

 

Chapter Nineteen

Objectives.

The Five Patterns

"Octave Jump" Exercise .

Progressions

Cycle of Fourths Exercise

 

Chapter Twenty

Voicing

"Basic Moves"

Progressions .

 

Chapter Twenty-One

Objectives

Formulas for 7th Chords .

Major 7th Chord Shapes .

Dominant 7th Chord Shapes

Minor 7th Chord Shapes.

"Basic Moves"

Progressions .

 

Chapter Twenty-Two

Objectives.

Major 7th Chord Shapes

Dominant 7th Chord Shapes

Minor 7th Chord Shapes

"Basic Moves"

Connecting the Patterns

Progressions

 

Chapter Twenty-Three

Inversions .

Major Triads.

Minor Triads

Augmented Triads

Diminished Triads

Points to Remember .

 

Chapter Twenty-Four

More Triad Inversions.

"Across" the Neck . .

Points to Remember .

 

Chapter Twenty-Five

Rhythm and Interpretation

Review

Practice Tips

Rhythmic Interpretation

Progressions

 

Chapter Twenty-Six

Objectives.

Fingering Pattern 4

The Harmonized Scale

Exercises

 

Chapter Twenty-Seven

Objectives

Fingering Pattern 2

The Harmonized Scale, with Pattern 2 Shapes

Exercise

 

Chapter Twenty-Eight

Objectives

Fingering Pattern 5

The Harmonized Scale, with Pattern 5 Shapes

Exercise

 

Chapter Twenty-Nine

Combined String-Sets for Harmonized Scales

Progressions

 

Chapter Thirty

Sixteenth Note Strumming.

One-Bar Patterns

"Basic Moves" .

Progressions

 

Chapter Thirty-One

Writing Rhythms

Altered Chords .

Progressions

 

Chapter Thirty-Two

Rhythmic Control Exercises

More Altered Dominant Chords

Add9 Chords

 

Chapter Thirty-Three

Objectives

The ii-V-I Progression .

Voice Leading .

Common Tone and Closest Tone

Contrary Motion

Chromatic Movement .

Chart

 

Chapter Thirty-Four

Triplet Strumming

One and Two Bar Patterns.

Chart

Practice Tips

More ii-V-I's

Minor ii-V-I's

 

Chapter Thirty-Five

Creating Parts

Double Stops in Thirds

"Basic Moves"

 

Chapter Thirty-Six

More Double Stops

Double Stops in Fourths

Double Stops in Sixths

 

Chapter Thirty-Seven

Single-Note Rhythm Parts

Applications.

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