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AMA-Quintenzirkel / Circle of Fifths for Guitar (Anglais) Fournitures diverses – 27 juillet 2005


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  • Fournitures diverses
  • Editeur : Mel Bay Publications; Édition : Chrt Blg (27 juillet 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 3899220633
  • ISBN-13: 979-0501550074
  • Dimensions du produit: 21 x 20,3 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Ce petit objet est sympathique, il s'agit d'une roue qui permet d'accéder aux accords principaux qui vont bien dans une tonalité donnée. Bien sûr il n'y a pas tous les accords mais les degrés essentiels et leur correspondance avec la relative. Objet agréable pour guitariste débutant voulant se lancer dans des petites compos ou impros...
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Every guitarist should memorize the Circle of Fifths 14 juin 2012
Par SeekingTraveler - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a great product for guitarists.

All aspiring guitar players should memorize and apply the Circle of Fifths. If you do this, then you will know the following: (1) the key signatures for any key (number of sharps and flats in any key); (2) the notes in any key; (3) the guitar chords to use in any key; (4) the relative minor scale for any major key. Memorizing the Circle of Fifths also helps with chord construction. For example, you will quickly know all of the notes for any major chord, because you will be able to visualize the I, III, and V notes. This product does NOT provide instruction on how to do all of the above; it is just the tool; you will need to read some music theory books to learn how to use this tool.

As an example application: As part of knowing the guitar chords for any key, you will immediately know the I, IV, and V chords for any key, allowing you to immediately play three-chord song progressions in any key (supplemented, if desired, by the ii, iii, and vi minor chords).

I recommend that you carry an AMA Circle of Fifths in your guitar case. It is very handy for instructing beginning guitar players, providing a visual image that is easier to remember than any (fully) verbal explanation.

The AMA Circle of Fifths is made out of two pieces of cardboard. The circular upper piece of cardboard rotates around a joint in the middle. Since it is made out of cardboard, you need to handle it with care. I would recommend buying two: one to carry in your guitar case, and one to keep (safely) on a bookshelf (with your collection of music theory books?). I really wish that someone would manufacture this Circle of Fifths in heavy-duty, long-lasting plastic.

I highly recommend the Complete Idiot's Guide to Music Theory as a companion to the Circle of Fifths (The Complete Idiot's Guide to Music Theory, 2nd Edition). This book is great. It will help you learn keys, basic sheet music reading, chord construction, and chord progressions (which chords to use in any key). This knowledge will make this Circle of Fifths much more useful.

Please note: There is another version of this Circle of Fifths for piano/keyboards: AMA-Circle of Fifths for Keyboards.

Lastly, there are plenty of tutorials on the Circle of Fifths on the web, including a popular video website.
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Clearly printed but a little flimsy 17 novembre 2012
Par Ben Fisherman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Very clear printing and the chord diagrams are easy to read. The wheel rotates freely yet has enough friction to stay where you put it. It is stiff enough to stand on its edge. If concerned about durability, one in a little heavier chardboard or plastic would be better if available.
clear, cohesive learning tool for music 26 octobre 2013
Par JAB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If your studying music theory for guitar, this circle of firths wheel is a helpful tool for understanding notes and fingering's within the various keys of music. Simple and clear when spin you the wheel to see individual chords pertinent to a particular key.
could have been made better 14 janvier 2013
Par Michael P. Barnes - Publié sur Amazon.com
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just a tad flimsy. That said, it provides a quick reference for chords in a key and makes transposing chord progressions easy-peasy.
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The lazy way to use the circle of fifths 14 janvier 2013
Par Frank Beeckman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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OK folks, we're supposed to know the circle of fifths, just as we're supposed to remember all the names of our closest neighbors, our kid's teachers and our in-laws.

Do we really need this gadget? Yes, you may say, as it's easier to give it a twist to get to the right answer, than to spend time putting this to long term memory.

When you improvise on stage, then what? Stop the band, whip out your gadget, and check for the proper progression of chords?

Verdict:
Obviously, you're not going to use this on stage. You use it at home with a book on music theory that will put some logic in the circle of fifth. ;-)
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