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Flash Card Flips for Left-Handed Guitar Chords - Level Easy Test Your Memory of Beginning Guitar Chords

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Alpha and Omega
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Flash Card Flips for Left-Handed Guitar Chords - Level: Easy: Test Your Memory of Beginning Guitar Chords by Andy Schneider
English | 2021 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B08P65MTN8 | 102 pages | PDF | 0.71 Mb
Just for Lefties! Just Like Flashcards for Math or Language - Learn Guitar Chords in a Flash! A Brand New Approach to Learning Music.

Flash Card Flips for Left-Handed Guitar Chords are a new and fun way to learn music and test your memory. Just like flashcards for math or languages, questions to test your knowledge are on one side of a page and the answers are on the back side. Open to a random page, read the question and then turn the page to check your answer.
At some time you've probably used flashcards to learn a subject. Your flashcards had a question on one side (Q: 2+2=?) and on the other side, the answer (A: 4).
Flash Card Flips works just like that! On each page you'll find a question such as "Play G Major using open-strings". On the backside of the page, you'll see the answer, which in this example is the fretboard diagram for G Major.
Test your memory and knowledge of basic guitar chords.
Chord types are major, minor and basic 7th chords. Solidify your knowledge of both open-string chords and barre chords.
Standard chord notation is used, like that you'll find with many songbooks. Fingerings and note names are included with each diagram.
Once you master the first set of questions, FLIP IT!
When you're ready for another challenge, turn the book upside-down for a more advanced set of flash questions.
One set of questions asks you to identify the name of the chord from the fretboard diagram which shows the fingering and note names. This is a great way to begin learning chords, even if you don't have a guitar in your hands. Just reading these diagrams is a good way to begin.
Flipping the book over, the second set of questions ask you to play a given chord. Then on the back side of the page is the answer: a fretboard diagram showing the fingering, chord symbol and note names. These are two different and complementary ways to expand your chord knowledge.
Flash Card Flips for Left-Handed Guitar Chords will test your knowledge of:
Major and Minor Chords
Open-string and Barre Chords
Basic 7th Chords (Major, Minor and Dominant)
The introductory chapter "How to Use This Book" gives instructions for using the book, as well as an explanation of how to read fretboard diagrams.
This is the easy level of chord questions, great for any beginner. These are the first chords usually taught to beginning students and they are commonly seen in many popular songs. You'll be able to put your new chord knowledge to use right away!

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