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Creating A Tune In The Key Of D

Hector Merced (1816) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2

Okies, Now let's take all that we've learned in all my other lessons and create a structure for some improv with another guitarist, or if you want, adapt this to bass also.

First of all we're doing this in D, right, go brush on my Basic Theory and Progression lesson so you understand how I found this stuff in this lesson.

Ok, let's find the notes in a D chord:

1. Map out the major scale in D
2. Find 1,3,5
3. find a convienent location of the chord on the fretboard,

here's one for the beginners.


Now to find the other two chords for our basic accompament:

1. find IV,V noted in the D scale
2. find their perspective major chords

ok this time no help from me go find those darn chords, so you can do the darn I,V,IV progression.