ABOUT THIS LESSON: In this lesson you will be introduced to five major chord forms which will be taken up the neck. The theory of inversion will be discussed and shapes altered accordingly. The chords are then played within a common chord progression in five different positions up the guitar neck.
ABOUT THIS LESSON: This lesson continutes from the opening lesson which discussed how to create five barre and non barre chords up the neck. In this lesson we consider minor chord shapes and how they can be utilised up the fretboard and within a common chord progression. Creating minor chords from major chords and the theory behind it is discussed.
ABOUT THIS LESSON: The final lesson in this series of three discusses dominant seventh chords. How dominant seventh chords are created is discussed as well as showing the forms both individually and in progression.