Guitar Chords Lesson #5 | Essential Chords G D Em C Am

Essential Guitar Chords G D Em C Am Here are the 5 essential guitar chords G D Em C Am that you will need to learn your favorite guitar songs! Nate also discusses the best strategies for which fingers to use in order to make the smoothest transitions between the chords, and keep your songs … Continue reading “Guitar Chords Lesson #5 | Essential Chords G D Em C Am”

Guitar Chords Lesson #4 – Optional-ish

More Blues Guitar Chords! Here are some more seventh chords (7th chords) for playing blues on guitar. This lesson is optional as far as mastering and performing it to complete perfection, but you should go through the chords and give each progression a try. Experience these chords for a few days of practice, and get … Continue reading “Guitar Chords Lesson #4 – Optional-ish”

Guitar Chords Lesson #3 – 12 Bar Blues

Putting it all together – 12 Bar Blues Guitar Chords! Now, we put it all together. WE learned a few chords, then we practiced switching from one chord to the next. Now, we put those together and make a guitar chord song –  12 Bar Blues! This chord progression is ubiquitous in rock music throughout … Continue reading “Guitar Chords Lesson #3 – 12 Bar Blues”

Guitar Chords Lesson #2 – Best Strategy!

The best beginner strategy for learning to switch from one chord to the next! So, you’ve learned a few chords. Now, how do you switch chords smoothly? We call it the “closing the gap method” of practicing guitar chords. This is where you strum a chord, switch to another, and slightly make the gap between … Continue reading “Guitar Chords Lesson #2 – Best Strategy!”

Guitar Chords Lesson #1 | A7 D7 E7 Chords

Getting Started with Guitar Chords Guitar chords are the building blocks of being able to play your favorite songs. Here is the first guitar chord lesson we teach at Richards Rock Academy – learning the A7, D7, and E7 chords. You goals is to memorize the fingerings, and simply strum a beat and test yourself … Continue reading “Guitar Chords Lesson #1 | A7 D7 E7 Chords”

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