Guitar Chord Voicings: Playing Up The Neck Coursera Quiz Answers

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Whether you’re just picking up the guitar for the first time or you’ve been playing the guitar for years and want to take your playing to the next level, Guitar Chords 101 will help you develop a deeper knowledge and understanding of chords. Guitar Chords 101 presents Berklee’s approach to constructing chords, a method that focuses less on the shape of an individual chord, and more on the notes that the chord is based around.

You will learn to construct and play triads, basic 7th chords, inversions, and different chord voicings—the basic foundations guitarists use to write or perform in any number of different styles.

You will gain more freedom and a greater feel for your instrument by learning how to visualize chord structures anywhere on the neck of the guitar. By the end of the course, you will be able to add more dynamics and expression to your playing and gain an extensive chord vocabulary, which will prove invaluable in pursuing any style of music.

By the end of this course, you will be able to: – Look at a lead sheet and play chord voicings – Construct triads, 7th chords, and inversions – Play and know the voicings of various chord qualities such as a major triad, minor triad, dominant 7, and gospel chords – Play triads over bass notes

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Week 01: Guitar Chord Voicings: Playing Up The Neck Coursera Quiz Answers

Quiz 01: What Are Your Goals?

Q1. What are your goals for this course? What do you hope to accomplish? What skills do you hope to improve and what are you hoping to learn more about

Q2. If you achieve your goals, where would that leave you? What would be the best, most positive outcome? How would accomplishing your goals make you feel?

Identify your best outcome and take a moment to imagine it as fully as you can.

Q3. What do you believe might be your biggest internal obstacle in achieving your goals? What is it within you that holds you back? It might be an emotion, an irrational belief, or a bad habit. Think more deeply—what is it really?

Identify your main inner obstacle and take a moment to imagine it fully.

Q4. Finally, what can you do to overcome your obstacle? Identify one action you can take or one thought you can think to overcome your obstacle.

Make the following plan for yourself:

“If… (obstacle), then I will … (action or thought).”

Quiz 02: Triad Inversions

Q1. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor

Q2. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor

Q3. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor

Q4. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor

Q5. What voicing is this triad in?

  • Root Position
  • First Inversion
  • Second Inversion

Q6. What voicing is this triad in?

  • Root Position
  • First Inversion
  • Second Inversion

Q7. True or False: To move inversions across the fretboard, you are moving from lower-numbered frets to higher numbered frets.

  • True
  • False

Q8. When using a capo, where should it be placed on the fretboard in order to create the best tone?

  • Right next to the fret
  • In the middle of two frets
  • Directly on top of the fret

Q9. Which of the following triads would be in “close position?” Select all that apply.

  • G B D
  • C G E
  • A C E
  • F A C
  • G D B

Q10. What note is altered to change a Major triad into a Minor triad?

  • Root
  • Third
  • Fifth

Quiz 03: SELF-ASSESSMENT: Major/Minor Triad Inversions

Q1. Did you record yourself playing the Major/Minor Triad Inversion Exercise with the provided backing track?

  • Yes
  • No

Q2. Did you upload a link of your Major/Minor Triad Inversions recording to the Discussion Forums?

  • Yes
  • No

Q3. Did you listen and provide feedback to at least one of your peers?

  • Yes
  • No

Q4. How would you assess your rhythmic accuracy?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Rhythm AccuracyI was not in time with the backing track.I was in time with the backing track for half of the recording.I was in time with the backing track most of the time but came in early or late on 3-4 chord changes.I played in time with the backing track throughout.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Q5. How would you assess your pitch accuracy?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Pitch AccuracyI played 4 or more chords incorrectly.I played 3 chords incorrectly.I played 1-2 chords incorrectly.I played all chords correctly.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Q6. How would you assess your tone quality?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Tone QualityI slide between chords making it difficult to distinguish each chord.I played half of the recording with incorrect finger placement creating a blurred/muddy intonation.I played with a clear tone most of the time but there are 3-4 chords that do not sound clearly due to incorrect finger pressure or finger placement.I played with a clear, ringing tone throughout using correct finger placement and pressure and varies dynamics in their improvisation.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Week 02: Guitar Chord Voicings: Playing Up The Neck Coursera Quiz Answers

Quiz 01: Barre Chords

Q1. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor
  • Dominant
  • Fifth

Q2. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor
  • Dominant
  • Fifth

Q3. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor
  • Dominant
  • Fifth

Q4. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major
  • Minor
  • Dominant
  • Fifth (Power)

Q5. Power chords are made up of what two notes? (Select two answers)

  • Root
  • Third
  • Fifth
  • Seventh
  • Suspension

Q6. True or False: The two most essential elements of playing guitar are good timing and good tone.

  • True
  • False

Q7. True or False: Open strings or fingerings in the lower frets will create a richer tone since the strings are at their longest lengths.

  • True
  • False

Q8. Identify the chord diagram pictured below.

  • G5
  • C5
  • Gmin
  • Cmin
  • G7

Q9. Identify the chord diagram pictured below.

  • G (major)
  • Gm
  • C7
  • Cmin7

Q10. Identify the chord diagram pictured below.

  • Gmin7
  • Cmin
  • G7
  • G5

Quiz 02: SELF-ASSESSMENT: Power Chords

Q1. Did you record yourself playing the Power Chords Exercise with the provided backing track?

  • Yes
  • No

Q2. Did you upload a link of your Power Chords recording to the Discussion Forums?

  • Yes
  • No

Q3. you listen and provide feedback to at least one of your peers?

  • Yes
  • No

Q4. How would you assess your rhythmic accuracy?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Rhythm AccuracyI was not in time with the backing track.I was in time with the backing track for half of the recording.I was in time with the backing track most of the time but came in early or late on 3-4 chord changes.I played in time with the backing track throughout.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Q5. How would you assess your pitch accuracy?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Pitch AccuracyI played 4 or more chords incorrectly.I played 3 chords incorrectly.I played 1-2 chords incorrectly.I played all chords correctly.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Q6. How would you assess your tone quality?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Tone QualityI slide between chords making it difficult to distinguish each chord.I played half of the recording with incorrect finger placement creating a blurred/muddy intonation.I played with a clear tone most of the time but there are 3-4 chords that do not sound clearly due to incorrect finger pressure or finger placement.I played with a clear, ringing tone throughout using correct finger placement and pressure and varies dynamics in their improvisation.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Week 03: Guitar Chord Voicings: Playing Up The Neck Coursera Quiz Answers

Quiz 01: Chord Formula Quiz

Q1. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q2. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q3. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q4. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

DMaj7

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q5. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q6. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q7. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q8. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Bmin7

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q9. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th.

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7
Q10. Identify which of the notes in the chord below are the root (R), 3rd, 5th, and 7th. (Make sure to place your answers in the order indicated with the numbered circles below)

Write your answers in the following format:

  • Select your answers from the list of possible chord tones
  • Use the pound sign for sharps (#) and lower case B for flats (b)
  • Order your answer to mirror the numbers on the fretboard
  • Do not separate your answers with commas or spaces. For example, your answer might look like this: R35b7

Possible chord tones:

  • R
  • b3
  • 3
  • 4
  • b5
  • 5
  • #5
  • 6
  • b7
  • M7

Quiz 02: SELF-ASSESSMENT: Practice Drop-2 Voicing

Q1. Did you record yourself playing one of the Drop-2 Voicing exercises with the provided backing track?

  • Yes
  • No

Q2. Did you upload a link of your Drop-2 Voicing recording to the Discussion Forums?

  • Yes
  • No

Q3. Did you listen and provide feed back to at least one of your peers?

  • Yes
  • No

Q4. How would you assess your rhythmic accuracy?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Rhythm AccuracyI was not in time with the backing track.I was in time with the backing track for half of the recording.I was in time with the backing track most of the time but came in early or late on 3-4 chord changes.I played in time with the backing track throughout.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Q5. How would you assess your pitch accuracy?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Pitch AccuracyI played 4 or more chords incorrectly.I played 3 chords incorrectly.I played 1-2 chords incorrectly.I played all chords correctly.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Q6. How would you assess your tone quality?

BeginnerDevelopingProficientExceptional
Tone QualityI slide between chords making it difficult to distinguish each chord.I played half of the recording with incorrect finger placement creating a blurred/muddy intonation.I played with a clear tone most of the time but there are 3-4 chords that do not sound clearly due to incorrect finger pressure or finger placement.I played with a clear, ringing tone throughout using correct finger placement and pressure and varies dynamics in their improvisation.
  • Beginner
  • Developing
  • Proficient
  • Exceptional

Week 04: Guitar Chord Voicings: Playing Up The Neck Coursera Quiz Answers

Quiz 01: Chord Substitutions, Diatonic Chords, Gospel Triad

Q1. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major 7th
  • Minor 7th
  • Dominant 7th
  • Minor 7th b5

Q2. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major 7th
  • Minor 7th
  • Dominant 7th
  • Minor 7th b5

Q3. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major 7th
  • Minor 7th
  • Dominant 7th
  • Minor 7th b5

Q4. What chord is being played in the example below?

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  • Major 7th
  • Minor 7th
  • Dominant 7th
  • Minor 7th b5

Q5. The gospel scale omits which scale degree of a major scale

  • The root
  • The fourth
  • The fifth
  • The seventh

Q6. rue or false: The term Drop-2 voicing is different than raised 2 voicing on the guitar.

  • True
  • False

Q7. True or False: To embellish a major 7th chord, you would replace it with the minor 7th chord built on the third.

  • True
  • False
Q8. What Sub-5 dominant chord would you substitute for E7?

Write your answer in the following format:

  • capital letters
  • use the pound sign (#) for sharp and lower case B (b) for flat
  • do not add spaces between the letters and symbols

Example answers: (These are examples and not answers)

  • F#7
  • E7
  • Cb7
Q9. What Sub-5 dominant chord would you substitute for Ab7?

Write your answer in the following format:

  • capital letters
  • use the pound sign (#) for sharp and lower case B (b) for flat
  • do not add spaces between the letters and symbols

Example answers: (These are examples and not answers)

  • F#7
  • E7
  • Cb7
Q10. What Sub-5 dominant chord would you substitute for F7?

Write your answer in the following format:

  • capital letters
  • use the pound sign (#) for sharp and lower case B (b) for flat
  • do not add spaces between the letters and symbols

Example answers: (These are examples and not answers)

  • F#7
  • E7
  • Cb7
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