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GUITAR THEORY TUTORIAL – Octave Shapes

by | Dec 20, 2017 | GUITAR, MUSIC THEORY

GUITAR THEORY TUTORIAL – Octave Shapes

In this guitar theory tutorial made by Move Forward Guitar, you are going to learn  more about octaves and octave shapes. Then learn how to use octave shapes to find one note up the whole fretboard.

MY OPINION

Another very useful tutorial from my friend Chad for guitar theory beginners. It’s really important to learn the octave shapes because it will help you to learn faster the whole fretboard. Enjoy 🙂

Level : Beginner

  • GUITAR THEORY TUTORIAL – Octave Shapes
  • Tutorial Duration = 10min30sec    

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