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Thread: Hi Yall!

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    Hi Yall!

    JK,

    My name is Ric Foxx and I own a studio in Jax, Fl.

    I have been playing guitar and writing songs for a long time. I took 4 semesters at the local community college (all music classes) so I know basic theory. I just have not been able to equate that knowledge to the guitar and songwriting. I can create chords and voice write on paper but draw blanks when it comes to more advanced voice chordings on guitar. Basically I get stuck because I write the standard major and minor voicings.

    I am here to learn things that I should know but dont. I would love to translate the knowledge to my clients at my studio cause it seems most of them are in the same boat.

    I am in active member in Gearslutz forum and have been for years so I know a little forum etiquette (maybe mispelled )

    Anyways, will be hangin around reading a little for I jump in with Questions!

    Take care...real good care
    Ric

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    Welcome aboard Ric!
    There's plenty of Theory based Articles where you should find what you're looking for, if not don't hesitate to ask!!
    We have some real theory Masters on here!!!!

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    Yes, welcome.
    ....but draw blanks when it comes to more advanced voice chordings on guitar. Basically I get stuck because I write the standard major and minor voicings.
    Not sure what you have in mind when you say; "voice chordings". Are you speaking of what could be done with using inversions as another voice?

    Reason I ask. I'm just beginning my journey into inversions for piano chord accompaniment to my vocals, i.e. piano accompaniment like we do on rhythm guitar -- inversions as a way to liven up a measure ......

    http://www.ehow.com/video_4394341_ti...rds-voice.html

    Scroll down this is a five part video.

    Is that what you have in mind?
    Last edited by Malcolm; 12-18-2008 at 08:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcolm
    Not sure what you have in mind when you say; "voice chordings".
    Chord voicings perhaps?

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