Understanding the Guitar Neck
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"Ok - I've learned to play guitar.  I'm having a great time but I'd like to gain more knowledge about the fretboard.  I'd like to know how notes, chords, scales relate to each other.  In other words, I'd like to have a better understanding of the way music theory applies to the instrument."

Almost anybody who has ever played guitar for any length of time has come to this point of frustration. And much of this frustration is simply the result of never learning the arrangement of notes on the guitar neck. Because players don't know the notes up and down the neck, and how they combine to make chords, scales, and modes, they find it hard to branch out of tried and ultimately tired ways of playing the guitar. The guitar is a wonderful instrument capable of a wider degree of expression than many players are able to find.
For this reason 'Understanding the Guitar Neck' was created.  It is a computer program designed to help Guitar players stuck in a few well worn ruts become musicians who are capable of playing many different kinds of music all up and down the Guitar neck in any number of keys. The Guitar is not the problem. It's simply your present lack of understanding of the Guitar neck.  If you put in time with this program, you will soon gain a much greater understanding of your Guitar and find yourself playing far afield from those tired old ruts that are boring you silly.

What will 'Understanding the Guitar Neck' do for me?”

u   'Understanding the Guitar Neck' will teach you to understand the way music theory applies to the guitar neck.  Gaining this understanding will increase the enjoyment you get from your instrument and significantly decrease the frustration experienced  by many in learning the instrument. 

u   The program will teach you a straightforward, and easy way to learn the location of all the notes and major chords on the Guitar neck.  This is a first and essential step step to gaining an  understanding of the fretboard.



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