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A Comprehensive Study of the Five Most Important Seventh Chords in Modern Music
Grab yourself a can opener, a couple months supply of canned goods and bottled water - it's time to lock yourself in that proverbial woodshed and set yourself down to working through the most intensive study of arpeggios you'll ever encounter. Arpeggio Woodshedding takes you through arpeggio studies of the five most important seventh chords through all twelve keys, covering a good 90% of the seventh chords you'll ever encounter in a chord chart. Each of the sixty chords are presented in both sixteenth-note and eighth-note exercises, combining for 120 different exercises, covering every inch of the fretboard.
Whether you're looking to master your jazz chord charts or bust out with some mind-blowing solos over heavy metal power chords, this book by Mike Cornelison has everything the practicing bassist needs to develop a perfect balance of harmonic wisdom and fingerboard firepower. Written in standard notation and tab. 54 pages. MIDI versions of each example are included with this title.