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In this 80 pages ebook you'll find about 800 chord voicings all along the fretboard that will help you learn how to move freely on the neck and play any chord you want in any position.
The book is packed-full with color-coded diagrams that show chord tones , note names, and finger positions, a handy visual chord formula table , and the tones fretboard maps of 44 different chord types.
Do you know some chords, maybe many, but you're not sure how to play them together?
This ebook will show you 52 chord progressions, that are the foundation of many genres and styles of Western Music.
Before you know it you will be picking out progressions from songs on the radio!
Learn guitar scales across the entire fretboard.
You'll find plenty of 1 and 2 octaves patterns in any fretboard area and different fingerings.
The ebook also comes with a unique section in which you'll find which scales to play over any chord!
You'll get tons of new ideas for your solos and melodic lines!
All the ebooks are also available with left-handed diagrams, so the lefties don't have to transpose the graphics. Learn more here