Get Started Now. This two finger chord can be great in the place of a regular C! Especially if you’re playing in the key of C and it’s the last chord of the song. You strum it very slowly on the last beat and shrug your shoulders with a pained face on, like it’s so beautiful it hurts! Try it!
Get Started Now. Getting started on guitar can be frustrating. You learn a handful of chords and you are as ready as ever to play all of your favorite songs. So you do a google search and are extremely disappointed to find that your favorite Coldplay song has an F chord. You can’t play an F chord yet! It’s ok! Just watch these videos and find out how to play any song, in the original k
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Get Started Now. Augmented chords are made by raising the fifth note of the chord one half step. By themselves they sound pretty terrible but in context they can be great, as long as the tension they create is resolved. Check out Oh Darling by The Beatles. The first chord is an E augmented which just kind of hangs there at war with itself until it’s beautifully resolved to the first chord of
Get Started Now. You’re never too much of a beginner to start teaching yourself songs! If you can play a handful of chords, say G, D, Em, C, Am and A7, you know enough to play thousands of songs! Try these resources to help you along the way and remember, most chord sites have a transpose function! That means that if you don’t know how to play the chords, you can try other keys until y
Get Started Now. If you’re familiar with music theory at all, you may already know that there are 7 chords for every key that sound great together. These are called the diatonic chords and songwriters have been using them to write hits since the dawn of popular music (and before). In the key of C, those chords go like so- C, Dm, Em, F, G, Am and B diminished (that last one is less common). T