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GUITAR THEORY– Musical Alphabet & Chromatic Scale

by | Jan 2, 2018 | BASICS, GUITAR, MUSIC THEORY

GUITAR THEORY– Musical Alphabet & Chromatic Scale

In this guitar theory tutorial made by Move Forward Guitar, you are going to learn  more about the musical alphabet. The musical alphabet contains all the notes in music. Every note in music has a letter name. The music alphabet is made up of only seven letters: from A to G. You’ll also learn about the chromatic scale.

MY OPINION

Another perfect and interesting tutorial from my friend Chad , aimed at guitar theory beginners.

Level : Beginner

  • GUITAR THEORY– Musical Alphabet & Chromatic Scale
  • Tutorial Duration = 6min25sec

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