Get Started Now. There are some crazy uke chords in this song (like A#m7b5) so watch the video, take some time practicing the chord changes and then give it a go! (we’ve made a few simplifications particularly to the instrumental part) Here’s the video lesson! And here’s the original.
Get Started Now. Something reminded me of Tears for Fears and here we are. A/D is the first chord in Everybody Wants to Rule the World (the 1985 video for which I’ve embedded here for your viewing pleasure!). The second chord in the song is a G/D which is just a regular G played from the fourth string. See the whole chart from echords here. A/D
Get Started Now. If you’re playing in the key of A major, there is an excellent chance that you’re going to run into an F#m. The key of A is very common so if you’re a beginner looking at chord charts on the internet, there’s a good chance that you’ve already been shut down by this difficult barre chord. Don’t worry. Eventually, you’ll be able to play all
Get Started Now. This chord is a game changer!! Why? Because as a beginner, you can learn G, Am, C, D and Em to be able to play almost any song in the world (as long as you put it in the key of G). The only problem is Bm. It’s a common chord when you’re playing in G and it’s the only one that is normally played as a barre chord. Barre chords are hard but now you have an option! A
Get Started Now. NYC reached 60 degrees yesterday! This is the time of year that New Yorkers start to realize that winter will, in fact, come to an end! The sky gets a little bluer and we remember that there is a whole world outside our overpriced apartments! For me, that means it’s time to start running again and I’m not alone. I’m one of a number NYCGS staff members who have ru