In the first lesson in this course, you will be introduced to the chord forms used on string set 1-4. You will be shown how to take major seventh, minor seventh and dominant seventh chords up the fretboard. You will be playing inversions of the chords in four positions.
Here you will learn how to play a Minor 7 Guitar Chord all over the guitar fretboard. You will not only learn how to play on string set 1-4, but also across string sets 2-5 and 3-6.
Understanding how to apply voice leading to the ii-v-i chord progression can be a daunting task for guitarists. In this lesson, you will be shown exactly how the theoretical and practical side of things work.
Understanding how extensions work and how they can add colour to your chords is something all guitarists need to consider. In this lesson, you’ll not only learn how to add extensions, you will also be shown how to create dominant ninth forms all over the guitar neck and not be limited to just a couple of shape ideas.
Chord synonyms are a powerful tool for any guitarists. Regardless of style, this introduction to synonyms is a must know.
This lesson brings together a lot of the work you have carried out earlier in the course. You will be playing through a chord progression right up the neck in one key.
Although many guitarists talk about guitar keys, really there is no such thing. If they mean by this keys where the majority of chords can be played in open position, well fine. This course and this lesson, however, is about making sure you really understand everything about music. That you are equipped to play in almost any musical scenario. To this end, in this lesson you will learn all about diatonic chord progressions.
In this lesson you will continue to learn useful chord progressions that are used again and again in thousands of songs. This work, once completed will mean you have an almost telepathic idea of what the next chord in a song will be. You will also be given some incredible theoretical insights on how you can create three chords from one!
So far we have only looked at how minor chords function within a major key. In this lesson, we will change our emphasis to understanding how minor keys and associated chords work.
This lesson really is a culmination of everything you have learned so far. Not only will you play a minor chord progression up the neck, but you will learn how to play through a minor chord progression without backing and in free time.
Now that you have learned all about chords, progressions, theory and more it’s time to put it all into action. In this the first of three songs you will be playing a minor blues!
This is the second song that you will be learning and this time it’s a blues in A. You will be using a wide range of chords all over the neck including dominant ninth ideas.
This is the final lesson of thirteen in the drop 2 chords course for guitar. It’s a challenging piece to play with a lot of different keys to navigate through. If you have worked on all the previous lessons then you should, with a little practice be up to the task of making the chord changes.