Great lesson David,
I also remember my first chords...today it's hard to imagine that you ever had problems with barre chords I also realised it how difficult those are for beginners because I teached some of em to my sister the other day...
Very good chords lesson David!
Great lesson on chords! It is interesting to me to se 9s, application of 9th chords in pop/rock music. Reminds me of Oasis!
Great lesson for starting up with chords, smart job David, this should be useful
Soothing chord progression / music !
Glad you enjoy it!
I remember HATING barre chords as well!
Very nice David!
Cool, useful stuff David!
A nice choord progression with a beautiful sound
great stuff David. How many Parkers do you have? This looks different than the usual one
Great Lesson!!! Thanks for Helping!!!
What do you mean with LLLLLLLL in tab??
Great lesson I really liked the way you share the musical knowledge with others....in this lesson you are using Dsus9, C9 and G13....I don't know how can i find these cords....I don't know the formula to find the chords....i think its 1 3 5 for major and 1 3b 5 for minor .I will be very thankful if you could share the chord formula...plzz
thanks a lot
thanks a lot for sharing this with us..could you please share chords formula please....its very unique chords...i don't know the exact formula to find the chords...i think its 1 3 5 for major and 1 3b 5 for minor..and how can i fnd chords like G13 and c9 and dsus9??please help me...
i will b thankful to you if you can help me to find this..
thanks a lot..
Yeah, you are right about the Major and minor chords.
A sus9 chord is a chord that replaces the 3rd by a 9th (or 2nd which is the same note as a 9th)
That creates a chord that can replace a Major or minor since the 3rd is not specified...
A sus 4 would be the same concept, but using a 4th instead of a 3rd. Makes sense? :-)
thanks a lot for your feedback..I think i got little bit point...is that mean....Asus9 will be A B E and Asus4 will be A D E note? And Asus9 and Asus2 are same or diffrent??and how about C9 and G13???how can i find these chords??i will be glad if you help me...
sorry for poor english..
thanks a lot.
I'll have what he do as the first day of the i thank you
I remember my first steps as a guitar player. Those were not easy days! One of the toughest stumbling blocks I had was playing the bar chords correctly. My fingers were not strong enough and it took me a while to get used to those odd fingerings.
A few years have past and I realize today that those chords that gave me so much trouble are actually not really a big part of my musical tools. I often use soem easier shapes for those chords resulting in a smoother, nicer technique. Those chord substitutions will work in most cases and should really help you focus on making music instead of spending all your time trying to play the perfect bar chord.
Once you are familiar with some of the ideas exposed here, try to use these shapes in your own music and see what happens. Have fun!