The reference material (pgs. 6-11) breaks down as follows:
- Pg. 6-7 Intervals- Intervals are the distances between the notes. With a strong understanding of intervals and how to find them on the guitar, a player can build all types of chords and scales anywhere on the neck of the guitar.
- Pg. 8 Triads- These are the basic three note chords that form the background of our harmony. There are 4 types of triads and with a solid understanding of intervals, a student can transform chords through these basic triad types.
- Pg. 9 Seventh Chords- A seventh chord is a triad with an additional note added to give more variety and color. Review these different types of seventh chords as they will become more used as you progress in your playing.
- Pg. 10-11 Principal Chords- These are the backbone chords in any key center. They are the I-IV and V chords in your key.