Mick Dennis Guitarist

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Guitar Visualizations-PDFs

G.V. pg 1-Chromatic Notes

G.V. pg 2-Circle of Keys 

G.V. pg 3-Notes in Twelve Keys 

G.V. pg 4-Key of C & Key of G

G.V. pg 13-A "blues" scale-E "blues" scale-sliding patterns

Key of C-Key of Am-GtrVis_4pgs - this document features pages 4, 5, 13 & 14 from Guitar Visualizations combined onto one page. Page 4 shows the Entire Fingerboard up to the 12th fret. Page 5 shows the 5 "classic" or CAGED positions. Page 13 shows the A "blues" scale, which can also be called the C major pentatonic scale( C D E G A ) & the Am pentatonic scale( A C D E G ). The "2 scale patterns" being shown on this page have the interesting feature that "every 2 strings" has the same shape/fingering. Page 14 shows the A "blues" scale in 5 positions. A document like this would be helpful in beginning to integrate modal & pentatonic scale patterns into your playing.

Key of G-Key of Em-GtrVis_4pgs - this document features pages 4, 6, 13 & 15 from Guitar Visualizations combined onto one page. Page 4 shows the Entire Fingerboard up to the 12th fret. Page 6 shows the 5 "classic" or CAGED positions. Page 13 shows the E "blues" scale, which can also be called the G major pentatonic scale( G A B D E ) & the Em pentatonic scale( E G A B D ). The "2 scale patterns" being shown on this page have the interesting feature that "every 2 strings" has the same shape/fingering. Page 15 shows the E "blues" scale in 5 positions. A document like this would be helpful in beginning to integrate modal & pentatonic scale patterns into your playing.

A7-D7-E7-Bm7 chord inversions - the diagrams of these chord inversions could be used to play a jazzier style of Blues in A. 

Am7-Dm7-Em7 chord inversions - the diagrams of these chord inversions could be used to play a jazzier style of Blues in Am.

C#m7b5 - F#m7b5 - G#m7b5 chord inversions - the diagrams of these chord inversions could be used as "substitute chords" to play a jazzier style of Blues in A. For A7 use C#m7b5 - this gives you an A9 chord with no root. For D7 use F#m7b5 - this gives you a D9 chord with no root. For E7 use G#m7b5 - this gives you an E9 chord with no root.

Cmaj7 - Fmaj7 - Gmaj7 chord inversions - the diagrams of these chord inversions could be used as "substitute chords" to play a jazzier style of Blues in Am. For Am7 use Cmaj7 - this gives you an Am9 chord with no root. For Dm7 use Fmaj7 - this gives you a Dm9 chord with no root. For Em7 use Gmaj7 - this gives you an Em9 chord with no root.