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" circle of beliefs" is a good Slayer song.just sayin'
videounun amacı key of abcdge deki notaları hatırlamamızı kolaylaştırıcak circle of fifths i öğretmek
An easy way to remember the circle of fifths Farmer Charles Goes Down And Ends Battle
steve is awesome but his boss is an annoying addition to these videos.. he makes them seem to drag on…
It also gives you all of the minor chords of a given key by looking at the relative minor keys for the given key, and the IV and V chord (also major keys on the outer rim of the circle). For C, the minor chords are Am(relative minor of key of C), Dm (relative minor of F key) and Em (relative minor of G key).
Circle gives the I IV V chord progression by look left one click and right one click from a given key. Looking at C, one click left is F (perfect 4th) or the IV chord in C. Looking one click right from C shows you G (perfect 5th in C) and also the V chord in the key of C. Works for every major scale on the Circle this way. Nice shortcut if you have the chart handy.
Thank you, friends.
I practice every line, every lick and every scale, run, pattern, everything with the circle of fifths. Such a complete and useful tool, I´m still a long way of being able to say "I know the circle of fifths" but the road to get there has been pretty fun and rewarding. I play the bass but the way you teach theory clicks with me and since I can apply it as well not having a guitar is not a problem, like CAGED in bass that I got from one of your vids. Thanks for sharing the knowledge Steve.
A fifth of what I see more than 5 bits in a whole circle?
I've been bending/breaking the rules ever since I started playing 40+ years ago. Primarily because I never knew the rules!!Thanks for adding clarity to what I've been doing & how I can expand…
Thanks for all the excellent vids over this quarantine period,guys!!
Hope y’all are staying safe. Thank you for making these videos. You are an amazing teacher Steve.
When I began playing the guitar, the Circle of Fifths was a great visual reference.
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