Chord Voicings Etude

by Ben Nisenblat

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  • Hello to all GMC guitar players :). In this lesson we are going to use a little more chord shifting with a classic piece that I did.

    The chord are: Am D in the 1st part, then Bm A G on the 2nd, and Em A on the 3rd. As you can see in every part I start with the simple ones, and then I use the same chord just in different variations. Sometimes I add the 7 4 2 degree so the piece is always sound like its changing, even though I'm using the same chords :).

    So basically what I'm saying is if you have a piece that only has 2 chord, if you plan it right it will sound intresting even if you repeat them :). Enjoy and good luck!
    Ben N
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