The 7 Theory

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The 7 Theory DVDs Complete Package

49.99

The 7 Theory is a Music Training Video Series aimed at teaching you how to play guitar, piano and for veteran musicians, how to play by ear!  Almost every song has 7 chords or less and we're going to train you how to HEAR them and if you're a songwriter, how to write much better songs by choosing the right chord at the right time.    

“My whole team has grown so much after this training!” - Pastor Patrick Robinson

“Your class was rated #1 favorite by our conference attendees!” - TAXI Road Rally  

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The 7 Theory is a Music Training Video Series aimed at teaching you how to play guitar, piano and for veteran musicians, how to play by ear!  Almost every song has 7 chords or less and we're going to train you how to HEAR them and if you're a songwriter, how to write much better songs by choosing the right chord at the right time.    

“My whole team has grown so much after this training!” - Pastor Patrick Robinson

“Your class was rated #1 favorite by our conference attendees!” - TAXI Road Rally  

When a song is written, there are usually only 7 chords or less.  Now, of course there are exceptions.  But the premise of the 7 Theory is that there really are ONLY 7 chords in 95% of the songs you're listening to and playing  and our goal is get you to hear chord for the number that it is.  For example, when you play a song in the Key of G, that has a chord progression of G to C, you're actually playing 1 to 4 given the G major scale has 7 notes and 7 basic chords if you remove the octave (8) G: G Am Bm C D Em D/F#.  The G is the 1st chord (root/tonic) and the C is the 4th chord.  How do you know whether to make them minor or major?  How do you know what notes are in each scale?  How do you learn to HEAR the sound of each Number/Chord?  Check out the Video Series and get ready to play like a pro!   

he videos are available in a DVD Complete Package system or you can download them.  

Check out the sample video of the very first guitar lesson to get an idea.