Beginner's Guide To Open Chords by Steve StineCategory: Chords
Master 10 Essential Chords And Make Smooth Chord Changes With Steve Stine’s Easy 3-Step Plan:
- Visualize - You’ll “see” how to play 10 essential open chords used in all styles of music
- Connect - You’ll connect these chords into awesome chord progressions and songs
- Play - You’ll play your favorite songs with true confidence... and you’ll sound amazing.
Includes: 1 2/3 hours of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group
Here is what you get:
- Over 1.5h of Online Video Lessons
Downloadable Tab Book
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Beginner's Guide To Open Chords
- Discover the concept of “open chords,” and find out how useful they are. So you can build a solid foundation you’ll use as long as you play guitar.
- Find out the crucial difference between “major” and “minor” chords. (HINT: “Major” chords sound “happy,” and “minor” chords have a “darker” feel.)
- How to tune your guitar properly, and how to choose the right kind of guitar pick for your unique style. So you can always sound your best when you play.
- 5 “major” open chords (A, D, E, G, and C) that every guitarist MUST know. So you can start training your fingers to make these essential chord shapes.
- 3 “minor” open chords (Am, Em, and Dm) that open up a whole new sound and feel to your playing, so you can change the “mood” of your guitar playing on-demand.
- 2 “not really open” open chords (F and Bm) that are used in TONS of songs. They don’t use any open strings… but they’re CRUCIAL.
- How to play chords as comfortably as possible, so you can make chords ring out properly without wasting energy or straining your fingers.
- How to play 2 of the most common chord changes. So you can perform these essential changes with confidence.
- 1 secret trick that makes changing chords MUCH easier. So you can make fast and smooth chord changes whenever you want.
- The concept of “ego songs” and “project songs.” What they are, and how to use them. So you can learn as many songs as possible and make constant progress.