how to, reading, scale diagrams, scale boxes, scale patternsby Bogdan Radovic
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Welcome to the 3rd lesson in this course. Now we are taking our first look at chords. First, what are chords? Well chords are groupings of notes that are played together to give a combined sound. They are usually made up up 3 notes (known as a triad) or more. The most common chords are Major chords and Minor chords. These are usually the first chords learned on any instrument.
Contents of this lesson:
VIDEO 1: MAJOR CHORDS
VIDEO 2: MINOR CHORDS
VIDEO 3: BARRE CHORDS STARTING ON THE E STRING
VIDEO 4: BARRE CHORDS STARTING ON THE A STRING
VIDEO 5: BARRE CHORD TECHNIQUE
VIDEO 6: WHY IS LEARNING CHORDS IMPORTANT TO ME? I JUST WANNA SHRED!
VIDEO 7: HAND POSITION
VIDEO 8: PRACTISE CHORD PROGRESSION
VIDEO 9: FINAL THOUGHTS
We will take what you've learned with your guitar pick and start making some music! Are you ready? Let's begin.