Essential versus Complete Fretboard Toolbox 2nd Editions
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Essential 2nd Editions
Essential vs Complete Main Differences
Complete 2nd Editions
number of pages
|5 common Major keys (G, A, C, D, & E)||keys covered in each edition||All 14 Major, minor, & blues keys|
colored circles around chord notes in each key; 21 full-color pages
|use of color|
black and white fretboard diagrams;
1 full-color Standard Notation page
- See Major scale notes (notes in white boxes) & Major pentatonic notes (underlined notes), in these 5 keys, all over your instrument
- See the Major, minor, blues, and pentatonic scale notes anywhere on your instrument, in all 14 Major, minor, & blues keys
- Learn the chord notes & shapes for the 6 main Major & minor chords in these keys, by seeing colored circles around the notes that build each of those chords
- Learn the chord notes & chord shapes that make up each key
- Learn which notes build nearly any chord, from G Major to F#m7b5, & then discover those chord shapes
- Learn common chord progressions, & their Roman numerals, in these five common Major keys
- Learn tons of chord progressions, & their Roman numerals, in any/all of these keys
- Experiment with improvising over common chord progressions in these 5 Major keys using the 200+ Free Jam Tracks page. You can use this book for the Major & minor Jam Tracks, but for the Blues Tracks there, the Complete Edition is much better!
- Experiment with improvising over common chord progressions in any key. Start with the 200+ Free Jam Tracks here, and then start trying to improvise with your own streaming music or iTunes playlists on "shuffle". Practice this a bunch!
NOTE: The five Major keys in the Essential Editions are identical copies of the corresponding Major key pages in the Complete Editions. The colored circles added to the Essential Editions help people see the notes that build the six main Major & minor chords that make up each of those keys. The colored circles also help see where those notes are found on the fretboard.