Get Started Now. I’m just arguing with the bookkeeper about whether or not to call this chord a Cadd9. As you may know, the 9th scale degree is the same note as the 2nd scale degree. Usually, when someone says add2 they really mean add9 but in this case the note we’re adding is actually an octave lower which makes it a real add2. Does that sound like nonsense? That’s ok. All you
Get Started Now. Happy Halloween! Here is one the spookiest chords around (the E diminished). This diminished chord is normally played just before an F chord. To maximize spookiness follow these steps. 1. Play the chord 2. Move the chord up so that your first finger is on the 5th fret 3. Move again so your first finger is on the 8th fret 4. And one more time so your fist finger is on the 11th fret
Get Started Now. This slash chord ultimately amounts to a G7 in third inversion but it has a completely different feel than your average G7. If you’ve ever looked at any of the videos from our Near Beginner Class Online you have heard this chord before as it is at the beginning of every video. Finally, it’s the first chord of one of my favorite Elbow songs, The Bones of You!
Get Started Now. You live, breathe, talk and play music: all the time. Whenever a person asks you what you want to do for the rest of your life your answer is, of course, music. That?s great! There are so many people who, even at the age of 75, don?t really know what they want to be doing or how to do it. You?re ahead of the game! There is an important thing to note, however, and that?s to remembe
Get Started Now. Boring old D chord got you down? Try the Dadd9add4! This chord can be found in REM’s “Man on the Moon”, “The Engine Driver” by The Decemberists and Third Eye Blind’s “Jumper”. All you have to do is play a C chord and then move it up two frets.
Get Started Now. We’ve been working very hard to make the online classes a success for beginning guitar students so it’s great to hear from students like Sondra who have learned to play guitar using nothing but NYCGS Online. See what she has to say about it! I have been learning guitar online through New York City Guitar School for the past six months and all I can say is WOW! I have a