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Contents

Main Fretboard Positions Diagram used as Example throughout Book

Foreword

Instructions

The Heart of the Fretboard Positions Diagram

The Major and Minor Scales

Musical Keys

Intervals

Chords

Major Scale Modes

The Major and Minor Pentatonic Scales and Pentatonic Modes

The Blues Scale

The Harmonic and Melodic Minor Scales

Solos and Improvising

Fretboard Positions Diagrams and Legends for All Major Keys

Reference Diagrams - Modes of All Major Keys

Reference Diagrams - Modes over Chords in Each Position

Reference Diagrams and Legends - Minor Keys Relative to All Major Keys

Back Cover of Printed Book

ISBN: 9781483510019

Links to Diagrams arranged by their Types

Main Fretboard Positions Diagram used as Example throughout Book

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of D Major

Fretboard Positions Diagrams and Legends for All Major Keys

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of A Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of A# Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of B Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of C Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of C# Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of D Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of D# Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of E Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of F Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of F# Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of G Major

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of G# Major

Reference Diagrams - Modes of All Major Keys

Reference Diagram - A Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - A# Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - B Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - C Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - C# Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - D Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - D# Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - E Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - F Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - F# Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - G Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - G# Ionian Mode

Reference Diagram - A Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - A# Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - B Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - C Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - C# Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - D Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - D# Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - E Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - F Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - F# Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - G Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - G# Dorian Mode

Reference Diagram - A Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - A# Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - B Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - C Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - C# Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - D Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - D# Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - E Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - F Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - F# Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - G Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - G# Phrygian Mode

Reference Diagram - A Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - A# Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - B Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - C Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - C# Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - D Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - D# Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - E Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - F Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - F# Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - G Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - G# Lydian Mode

Reference Diagram - A Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - A# Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - B Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - C Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - C# Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - D Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - D# Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - E Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - F Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - F# Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - G Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - G# Mixolydian Mode

Reference Diagram - A Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - A# Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - B Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - C Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - C# Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - D Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - D# Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - E Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - F Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - F# Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - G Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - G# Aeolian Mode

Reference Diagram - A Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - A# Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - B Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - C Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - C# Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - D Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - D# Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - E Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - F Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - F# Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - G Locrian Mode

Reference Diagram - G# Locrian Mode

Reference Diagrams - Modes over Chords in Each Position

Reference Diagram - Modes over Chords in C Position

Reference Diagram - Modes over Chords in A Position

Reference Diagram - Modes over Chords in G Position

Reference Diagram - Modes over Chords in E Position

Reference Diagram - Modes over Chords in D Position

Reference Diagrams and Legends - Minor Keys Relative to All Major Keys

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of A Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of A# Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of B Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of C Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of C# Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of D Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of D# Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of E Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of F Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of F# Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of G Minor

Reference Diagram and Legend - Key of G# Minor

Main Fretboard Positions Diagram used as Example throughout Book

Fretboard Positions Diagram and Legend - Key of D Major

Foreword

Welcome to a great way to know and play your guitar! After a lot of researching, practicing, and discovering during the last several years, it dawned on me that the guitar doesn't need to be as perplexing as I thought it was. For most of my guitar playing history, I knew how to make the standard open and barre chords and learned the techniques to play rock guitar. But that was mostly acquired by physical repetition and a desire to play fun and impressive parts on the guitar, with only a little effort applied to learning how those parts fit into the songs. More recently, I found that by understanding a few musical principles, and by memorizing several Fingering Patterns to apply those principles on the guitar fretboard, it's possible to play guitar with a lot more confidence and satisfaction. While I am very grateful for the amount of guitar information that's now available in books and the internet, there are so many charts, diagrams, methods, theory explanations, etc out there, that it's mind-boggling. So what makes my Diagram special or different? It's