Alternative Chord Shapes Visualization

by Diego Budicin

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  • In this lesson we will practice on lots of different chord shapes! This kind of lessons let you improve your fretboard knowledge and may suggest you a different way to play the same chord progression.


    Guitar : Ibanez AT 100

    Equipment : Kemper Amp + Zoom TAC 2

    Tempo : 110 bpm

    Signature : 4/4


    Chord progression


    | Bbsus2add13 Bm6(no5) | Cm7(no5) F9(b9)(no5) F9(#9)(no5) | X 2

    | Bb7M Bdim7 | Cm F7/A |

    | Bbsus2/G Bdim/Ab | Cm/Eb F9(b9)/A |

    | Bb6add9/D Gm7/D | Cm7(no5) B7(no5) |

    | Bb7Madd13/A Dm7 | Gm7 G9(#5)(b9)/F |

    | Cm7 | B7 F7/A |

    | Bbsus2add13 C7/G | F9(b9)sus4 Bb/F |

    | D7/C | % |

    | G9/B | % |

    | Cadd9 | % |

    | F9/A | B7/A |

    | Bbsus2add13 C7/G | F9(b9)sus4 Bbsus2add13 |


    Key signature : Bb


    Techniques used :

    - Strumming
    - Slide


    Have fun and stay tuned for the next lesson! ;)
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