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Major Scales and Major Triads By Ralph J. Martin
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Exercises of Major Scales and Major Triads for Saxophone. This book is for all saxophone students who want to learn their major scales and major triads.
Major Pentatonic Scale for Guitar By Alessandro De Sanctis
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This book presents a deep analysis of Major Pentatonic Scale. - Scale analysis: scale notes and degrees, sound palette, possible harmonizations, etc. After this section you’ll know where you... More > can use this scale. - Scale positions: you’ll find a lot of diagrams all along fretboard. After this section you’ll know where you can find scale on your guitar fretboard. - Scale exercises: you’ll find specific pattern exercises to develop fluency in playing scale on your guitar. After this you’ll be able to play most used pattern. - Scale licks: you’ll find a lot of useful licks to consolidate scale knowledge. After this section you’ll be able to play scale melodically. - Shred licks: you’ll find a lot of useful licks to consolidate scale knowledge. After this section you’ll be able to play scale like a professional shredder. - Common Progression Licks: you’ll find scale application in real world progressions. After this section you’ll be able to play scale in every situation. For Audio Tracks visit www.ubiguitar.com.< Less
Major Pentatonic Scale for Guitar By Alessandro De Sanctis
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This book presents a deep analysis of Major Pentatonic Scale. - Scale analysis: scale notes and degrees, sound palette, possible harmonizations, etc. After this section you’ll know where you... More > can use this scale. - Scale positions: you’ll find a lot of diagrams all along fretboard. After this section you’ll know where you can find scale on your guitar fretboard. - Scale exercises: you’ll find specific pattern exercises to develop fluency in playing scale on your guitar. After this you’ll be able to play most used pattern. - Scale licks: you’ll find a lot of useful licks to consolidate scale knowledge. After this section you’ll be able to play scale melodically. - Shred licks: you’ll find a lot of useful licks to consolidate scale knowledge. After this section you’ll be able to play scale like a professional shredder. - Common Progression Licks: you’ll find scale application in real world progressions. After this section you’ll be able to play scale in every situation. For Audio Tracks visit www.ubiguitar.com.< Less
Major Scale Positions For Guitar By John Culjak
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Attention Rock, Metal, Country, and Jazz guitar enthusiasts: "Major Scale Positions For Guitar" is a visual guide for all the basic finger positions for the major scale on the guitar. The... More > book is ordered with the cycle of 4ths and allows you to sit and go through each key. You can concentrate on one key or go through all of them in one sitting! The book can be broken down to two parts: 1. 7 Basic Positions (7BP): these are the most generic fingerings of them all. By drilling these fingerings everyday you will unlock the neck and be able to play anywhere you want! 2. 3 Note Per String (3NPS): These will help you to break out of the positions and finally help you begin to move up and down the neck. These are built for speed! By combining both types of fingering positions you will create for yourself the ultimate reference in your mind's eye when it comes to improvising. Finally, learn the major scales visually! No more excuses.< Less
Complete Major Scales By Elvis Jerome
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A complete major scale book containing all twelve diatonic major scales including its modes. Each mode is arranged for thirds fourths fifths sixths and sevenths.
Major Scales and Triads for Saxophone By Ralph Martin
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Scales and triad are used in almost every form of music. Here is a practical method to study, learn and practice all major scales and major triads.
Master the Major Scale By Wayne Cockfield
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Unleash Your Potential by Mastering Music’s Most Powerful Scale! Join master guitar instructor Wayne Cockfield as he demystifies the major scale in an easy-to-understand, step-by-step approach... More > that will not only deepen your knowledge of the guitar fingerboard – but also catapult your performance to the next level.< Less
Beginner Scales: Major & Minor By Jim Erickson
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Beginner Scales:Major & Minor
Mastering the Major Bebop Scale & Sound By Steve Neff
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The first scale most musicians learn is the major scale. We learn it in all 12 keys up and down our instruments. Even though this is one of the first scales we learn many intermediate jazz musicians... More > are quite frustrated when trying to improvise over a major tonality. I was one of those frustrated musicians. I could never come up with interesting and fresh ideas when playing over those major sounds. The material in this book comes from years of learning how to play over those major chords. I explain the major bebop scale and how to use it so you sound great. I then give you 26 major bebop links to add into your lines and ideas. These are ideas, licks and patterns that have come from years of listening to jazz and practicing improvisation. As you work through this book you will see your jazz playing change in an incredible and exciting way.< Less
FUTURE WARFARE: Anthology - Revised Edition By Major General Robert H. Scales, Jr.
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This Revised Anthology is about the future of military operations in the opening decades of the 21st Century. Its purpose is not to predict the future, but to speculate on the conduct of military... More > operations as an instrument of national policy in a world absent massive thermonuclear and conventional superpower confrontation characteristic of the Cold War. Also absent are indirect constraints imposed by that confrontation on virtually all political-military relationships, not solely those between superpower principals. It is likely not possible to predict the future. Its uncertainties increase the number of assumptions that need to be made and taken as fact in order to think ahead. So, all futures investigations are really speculation. Further, looking ahead, it is necessary to accommodate the past. For the present is the leading edge of the past, as well as the line of departure to the future. With us are legacies of the past; we struggle with them daily in problems of the present.< Less