Chord Encyclopedia

Music Man posted this 17 July 2015

Hi Levi

Just started your chord dvd, loving it. I have neglected theory and fret awareness for too long and this is a great fun dvd that doesn't put me to sleep like a lot of theory based dvds out there. I am digging the Cheese chord!!

Nice one Levi

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Levi Clay posted this 17 July 2015

as always, the pleasure is mine! :)

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Mark Badham posted this 26 September 2015

[quote=Jamie M;110957]Hi Levi

Just started your chord dvd, loving it. I have neglected theory and fret awareness for too long and this is a great fun dvd that doesn't put me to sleep like a lot of theory based dvds out there. I am digging the Cheese chord!!

Nice one Levi[/quote]

Me too, neglected theory and fret awareness for too long... only watched the first 30 minutes of Chord Encyclopedia Vol 1 only got it yesterday, but from what I've seen this dvd is a must for every guitarist... superb well done Levi. I also got Chord Encyclopedia Vol 2 7th's.... Since learning Jazz guitar I realised my rhythm playing was in urgent need of improvement and these chord encyclopedia's are ideal. If volume 3 is in the making can you release it early 2016... by then I hope I've sussed Vol 1 and Vol 2.. lol

Fretmagic6

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Levi Clay posted this 26 September 2015

If you think you can nail everything in JUST volume 1 by the start of 2016 - you've seriously underestimated the workload ahead of you! haha

It took me well over a year to fully internalize triads - let alone be able to use them on the fly

the 7th chords? That was a good 3 years before I'd begun to get my head around application, and I'm still working on it! hahaha

look out for chord and scale encyclopedias - they'll help to tie the fretboard together

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Mark Badham posted this 27 September 2015

[quote=LickLibrary Levi;111262]If you think you can nail everything in JUST volume 1 by the start of 2016 - you've seriously underestimated the workload ahead of you! haha

It took me well over a year to fully internalize triads - let alone be able to use them on the fly

the 7th chords? That was a good 3 years before I'd begun to get my head around application, and I'm still working on it! hahaha

look out for chord and scale encyclopedias - they'll help to tie the fretboard together[/quote]

Too right Levi... loads to keep me guitar happy for years... will there be a volume 3?...

Fretmagic6

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Mark Badham posted this 26 October 2015

If you think you can nail everything in JUST volume 1 by the start of 2016 - you've seriously underestimated the workload ahead of you! haha

It took me well over a year to fully internalize triads - let alone be able to use them on the fly

the 7th chords? That was a good 3 years before I'd begun to get my head around application, and I'm still working on it! hahaha

look out for chord and scale encyclopedias - they'll help to tie the fretboard together

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Mark Badham posted this 26 October 2015

Managed my first look at Chord Encyclopedia Vol 2 7ths... took you're advice Levi writing all of the stuff on the PDF file so it all information sinks in!!!... it shows how much theory I have ignored and now understand why my guitar playing in general has suffered, and not making the most of the instruments true potential. Long way to go but it's going to be worth it. Looking forward to the scale encyclopedia!..

Is the scale encyclopedia similar to chords and the scales that fit them dvd by Stuart Bull?...

Fretmagic6

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Levi Clay posted this 26 October 2015

Glad you dig it :)

No, not like Stu's, mine will me more comprehensive and encourage you to look inward to find a system that works for you, I'll show you ton of approaches so when you find the one that works for you, you find you haven't had to "remember" or "learn" anything because you already know it all.

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