how to play hammer ons, hammer on, hammering, playing smooth, legato, beginner hammer-on exercisesby Bogdan Radovic
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In this lesson I'll show you how to play most often used 7th chords. These would be chords like A7, E7, G7 and so on. Technically, we call these "Dominant 7" chords. You'll find these chords in a lot of songs you play. Usually this type of chord is used to connect the verse with the chorus and generally in between two different sections of the song. You'll also find these chords almost exclusively in blues rhythm guitar and blues chord progressions.
I remember when learning my first chords on the guitar and learning how to play the songs by The Beatles, that I was a bit annoyed that more often than not I'd bump on one of these 7 chords which I didn't know how to play. So, hopefully, this lesson will fill in that missing link.
I'd suggest learning only the chords you actually need to know at the moment, for example to play some songs. Some of these chords are bit difficult to play as in some cases they involve fretting a shape using all 4 fretting hand fingers so don't get discouraged. They are difficult for everyone, especially chords like F7 or B7.
I have arranged chords in the lesson in "most common" order, here is the full listing:
Video part 1: how to play A7 chord
Video part 2: how to play E7 chord
Video part 3: how to play D7 chord
Video part 4: how to play G7 chord
Video part 5: how to play C7 chord
Video part 6: how to play B7 chord
Video part 7: how to play F7 chord
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