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Modal Improvising on Guitar Using the CAGED System. (Major - Ionian & Lydian)

Giving structure to learning major chords, scales, modes and arpeggios on guitar.

Organizing the Guitar Fret Board Using the 5 Major CAGED Chords

Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

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This guitar lesson package helps to organize the guitar fret board using the CAGED system and helps give structure in learning chords, scales, modes and arpeggios.

Introduction

The first in a series of lessons for the guitar player who is interested in learning how to improvise, create solos and melodies. This lesson helps to organize the guitar fret board using the CAGED system and helps give structure in learning how to piece together the 5 major chords of any major key. Learn how to visualize and memorize their positions along the fret board. On screen graphics along with demonstration and accompanying PDF files make this the ultimate 'private' lesson. A great resource for applied theory with real life application.

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    This lesson helps to organize the guitar fret board using the CAGED system and helps give structure in learning how to piece together the 5 major chords of any major key. Learn how to visualize and memorize their positions along the fret board.

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    Ionion/ Major chord, scale and Arpeggio Grid

    Use this page to help map out the fret board. Pay attention to the circled Root notes for shape placement on fret board. Memorize pattern 1 to 5 chords/triads first then Pentatonic, scale etc.

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    Triads (chords) In all 12 Keys

    Very Handy tool this page is. Column I goes up the circle of fifth s starting with C. This row shows which notes or chords fit in that Key. eg. Key of C : C Dm Em F G Am Bdim The Roman numerals above are the Scale degrees. eg G is the IV of the key of D .

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