Dallas, TX, October 18, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- A new method for learning guitar chords is featured in Chordmaster Chord Theory for Guitar. It was created by Michael Ellis, a veteran teacher with thirty-eight years of teaching experience in the Dallas area. The book professes to be able to teach how to understand over 16,000 chords on the guitar in under 70 pages. Other methods can require note reading for guitar, which requires memorization of 1) lines of the treble and/or bass clef, 2) note types, 3) key signatures, and 4) the multiple locations of notes on the neck of the guitar. Other methods can require memorization of hundreds or thousands of chord formulas and/or chord charts.
This new method provides, on a single page, the summary of all chord titles and what they mean. The amount of required memorization is far less than almost all other methods. According to Mr. Ellis, "You can learn to understand how all of the chord charts and formulas in other methods came to be."
Mr Ellis is the owner of Mike Ellis Music Instruction in Dallas, TX and says he has been using the method successfully with students for years. He teaches private lessons in Dallas on Guitar, Piano, Bass, and Banjo and has also published Chordmaster Chord Theory for Keyboard.
Students can order the book by going to http://www.ellismusiclessons.com.