Works Cited:

The color scheme for the buttons, links, header and footer of this site are from More specifically, the colors may be found here, and appropriately enough the scheme is called "Les Paul" and is taken from a photograph of a Gibson Les Paul guitar. The "Magneto" font used to make the buttons and header were chosen in deference to the age in American music when the use of the electric guitar, electric bass and drum set became widespread.

The following is a list of texts consulted to create this site:

Holzschlag, Molly E. Spring Into HTML and CSS: The Smart Professional's Choice (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Education Publishers, 2005).

McKay, Marion and Neil, Fundamentals of Western Music (Belmont, Cal.: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1986).

Nye, Robert E., and Bjornar, Bergethon, Basic Music: Functional Musicianship for the Non-Music Major 5th ed. (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall Publishers, 1981).

St. James, Scott, Quick and Easy Guitar Chord Chart (Ventura, Cal.: Creative Concepts Publishing, 1996).

Surmani, Andrew, Surmani, Karen F., and Manus, Morty, Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory: A Complete Self-Study Course for All Musicians (New York: Alfred Publishing, 2004).

Williams, Chas, The Nashville Number System (Nashville, Tenn.: Self published, 1988).

Williams, Robin, Web Design Workshop (Berkeley, Cal.: Peachpit Press, 2002).

Below are sites online consulted to make this site:

Cole, Richard, and Schwartz, Ed, Virginia Tech Multimedia Music Dictionary:

Deluxe, Ducks, The Nashville Number System Explained:

Haddock, Cindy Lee, Bassline Basics:

Rodriguez Alvira, Jose, teoria, Music Theory Web:

The Percussive Arts Society, International Drum Rudiments:

Scher, Aaron, The Bass Guitar Scale Page:

Both Soundtrack1 and Soundtrack2 are the proprietary compositions of Billy Shields and are not for reproduction without expressed permission.