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TOON-UP GUITAR

SEMI-PRO GUITAR


F MOVABLE CHORD FORM!



TRY PLAYING G MAJOR TO C MAJOR TO D MAJOR BACK TO G MAJOR
USING THE F CHORD FORM UP AND DOWN THE GUITAR NECK.
USE ANY COUNT!



















PLAY THE OCTAVES



LEARN THE BAR CHORDS


BAR CHORDS USE THE POINTER FINGER TO BAR ACROSS THE FRETBOARD
VARIOUS OTHER CHORDS CAN BE MADE WITH THE REMAINING FINGERS.

THE BAR CHORDS BELOW ARE USED AS EXAMPLES ON THE
SUPERSONIC LESSONS AND KEY REFERENCE!
SEE THE MENU ON THE UPPER LEFT SIDE!


REFERENCE THE CHORDS BY THEIR SOUND COLOR!


WATCH THE SUPERSONIC LESSON -  THE MAJOR CHORD



BY LEARN THESE TWO HAND POSITIONS
YOU CAN PLAY ALL THE MAJOR CHORDS!

    NEXT ...

WATCH THE SUPERSONIC LESSON -  THE MINOR CHORD







Open Chords
This is how "Chords with open strings" are read.

The Root Tone in the red circle names the chord.
The 0 means - Open string that is played!
The X means - Do not play this string!


Play these CAGED chords!

Use the numbers for fingering!



TO START ... JUST LEARN THE FIRST COLOR CHORDS LISTED
ON THE MAJOR AND MINOR CHORD CHARTS
BELOW!







CHORDS ARE LISTED WITH THE HARMONY MATRIX® UNIVERSAL SOUND COLOR CODE

SEE THE MAJOR HARMONY® EASY MUSIC CHART!


PLAY THE SRT CHORD PROGRESSIONS
SRT = SAME ROOT TONE
 
START ON A COLOR ROOT TONE LISTED ON THE LEFT SIDE THEN ...
PLAY THE FIRST FOUR CHORDS AS A CHORD PROGRESSION - LEFT TO RIGHT.
ANY COUNT MAY BE USED - 4 6 8 BEATS PER CHORD, ETC.
A SRT CHORD PROGRESSION ( SEQUENCE ) IS CALLED; CHORD VAMPING!
IMPROVISE ON ONE CHORD
CHANGING ITS EXTENDED HARMONY CHORD TONES. ( M7 - m7 - M6 )



NEXT... REPEAT THE SAME ROOT TONE PROGRESSION.


    AFTER REPEATING THE FIRST SRT PROGRESSION ...
SUBSTITUTE A PASSING CHORD FOR M6 CHORD OR
ADD ONE IN AN
EXTENDED MEASURE.
THIS PASSING CHORD IS CALLED A SETUP CHORD.
THIS PASSING CHORD MAYBE USED
TO PREPARE FOR THE NEXT SRT CHORD PROGRESSION
.

   
PLAY THE NEXT ...
SRT CHORD PROGRESSION.

EXAMPLE: 1ST SRT PROGRESSION USING ROW C ...
TO 2ND
SRT PROGRESSION ON ROW F.

SRT PROGRESSIONS COULD BE USED FOR BUILDING A
SECTION OF SONG LIKE A VERSE OR CHORUS, ETC.


ADVANCED CHORD SUBSTITUTION
IN A MAJOR PROGRESSION,
SUBSTITUTE THE M9 CHORD LISTED
ON THE FAR RIGHT OF THE CHART FOR THE FOURTH
M6 CHORD
IN THE SRT PROGRESSION.

EACH TIME YOU PRACTICE
PLAY TWO OR THREE LEVELS OF CHORDS
UNTIL YOU REALLY LEARN THEM.


VAMPING -
PLAYING DIFFERENT VARIATIONS OF ONE CHORD TYPE
WILL MAKE YOUR MUSIC SOUND MUCH MORE INTERESTING.





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