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 the
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 le
Get Started Now. Is the C chord killing you? Try this chord and then come back to the C chord. It will seem easy! If you’ve spent any time fooling around with our chord dictionary, you may have noticed that we have a very nice open version of Cm. Cm is usually played as a bar ch
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Get Started Now. C/G is really just another way to play C. The G, which is added to the bass, is already in a C chord (the open 3rd string). We’re just putting it in a different place. However, a small change can make a big difference! The C/G has a great depth and when it comes
Get Started Now. Brooklyn Student Molly, excels at guitar and avoids “danger of becoming a stage mom”! After two years of lessons with Kyle and Jeff, Molly has started writing her own songs and playing out. Get to know her and check out some of her performances! The Interv
Get Started Now. Can you play G, D, Em, C and A7? Great! That means you can play almost every Bob Dylan song ever! If you’re learning guitar, you may already know that it only takes a few chords and couple strumming patterns to play thousands of songs. Today let’s look at
Get Started Now. This four string chord goes great with last weeks chord (10th fret A7) because they share the some of the same open strings. You can also add your pinky to the twelfth fret for a higher E. Have fun!