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Just added this simple lesson video to my Youtube page! I get asked by my students a lot if there are any good tricks to learn what basic chords you can use in every key, so i came up with this simple method to help them out.
This isn't a be-all end-all theory Nazi lesson! Just an easy method of...
Hi all, I have this RG750, but whenever I tune it, and the G-chord sounds perfect, I strike a C-chord or other and it's out of tune.
When I tune it in C its the other way around.
What does this mean??
I am in no way affiliated with this site; I just thought it was awesome and it helped me out in my playing so I wanted to post it up. Just about any chord or scale/mode you could want is a click away and it's free to use no signing up for anything and no strings attached.
It says I can't post...
Yup Im green lol. Im tring to learn or want to learn how to play Eric Claptons Wonderful Tonight. My question is when I watch his videos
he is individualy picking the string in a chord for example G,C,D chords.
It looks like he's picking the strings in a certain progression and not in order...
I just can't figure the chords the guitarist is using and i really want to play this song :(
Any help me out? Either with telling me the chords he's using or helping me on figuring them out >_<
I know its in E minor but thats about it :(
Hey guys I hope these exercises will give you new ideas.They're part of my songs.
#1- Clean chord progression = 90 bpm
#2- Fast cool lick = 180 bpm
The golden rule = always play everything with your muscles relaxed.Musicians do strange faces at the stage just to pretend they're feeling...
I'll cut to the chase:
My style? Mostly Technical/Melodic Metal. HOWEVER incorporate a lot of dissonant chords (no i don't mean just diminished) into my playing similar to the faceless on their new album or enslaved in monumension days. I'd like something with decent cleans but i'd much prefer...
I have been trying to increase my music theory knowledge, and I can't figure out Flying in a Blue Dream. The first chord is a Csus2#4, which is easy enough -- C D F# G. Those notes all fit nicely into the C Lydian scale. The next chord, however, is where I get confused. It is an Absus2#4...