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Learn Guitar Online – How to Know Which Minor Chords to Play in a Song (It’s Easy)

Learn Guitar Online – How to Know Which Minor Chords to Play in a Song (It’s Easy)
By Mike P Hayes

Recently I received a great question from one of my online subscribers since it’s typical of the type of questions I receive regularly I thought the answer might be helpful to other guitarists.

Here’s the question: “In A Song, I know that you play the 1,4,5 chords, but what if there are also minor chords in the song, how do I know which minor chords to play?”

The best way to answer this is to understand how chords work, the majority of guitarists learn chords in one of the following ways:

(a) a friend shows them a few shapes on the guitar

(b) they learn their shapes from a guitar book

(c) they play shapes from TAB but don’t know the names of what they are playing.

or…

(d) the guitarists spends endless hours memorizing construction formulas e.g., major: 1-3-5; minor 1-b3-5; augmented: 1-3-#5 etc.

While all these methods teach you what to play the guitarist never learns which chords work together and why; take for example the guy or girl with the book, it doesn’t matter how many shapes they learn if they don’t know which two go together and why.

So what is the best way to learn about harmony?

By studying the language of music.

Step 1: chords are not isolated groups of notes they are created from scales; there are different types e.g., three note version (triads); four note version (scale tone seventh) etc.

Generally the most common structures are created by stacking the notes of a scale in thirds.

Here is an example (triadic version) derived from the key of G.

G scale: G – A – B – C – D – E – F# – G

Key of G harmonized:

G – Am – Bm – C – D – Em – F#dim – G

Step 2: Identify the 1,4,5 chords – Many popular songs can be reduced harmonically to three chords, most likely you have heard about three chord tunes, essentially most three chord tunes consist of the 1,4 and 5 chords (musicians call these chords the primary chords).

Primary harmony in the key of G:

1 = G

4 = C

5 = D

I arrived at this answer by assigning a number to each harmonic structure in the key of G.

Like this

1 = G

2 = Am

3 = Bm

4 = C

5 = D

6 = Em

7 = F#dim

8 = G

Step 3: Identifying which minor chords to play in a song

(a) if a song has four chords there is a very strong chance the fourth harmony will be a minor chord, the problem is which minor chord!

The answer here is simple it’s chord 6 in the chord family; chord six is the relative minor to chord one.

What that means is that chord six represents a sound that is the exact opposite of chord one; if you were to describe the sound of chord one as ‘bright’ you would possibly describe the sound of chord six as ‘dull’; if you were to describe the sound of chord one as ‘happy’ you would might describe the sound of chord six as

‘sad’.

Chord six is the most closely related chord to chord one however, it has a texture ( or musical mood) exactly the opposite to chord one.

(b) if you are searching for a minor chord that goes before chord five it’s almost always chord two.

(c) if you have tried the 1-6-4-5 progression and you are not convinced it’s 100% correct for your particular musical situation try the 1-3-4-5 progression.

Bonus tip: One other progression that pops up quite often is another variation of the 1-6-4-5.

Try this 1-6-2-5 and compare the musical ‘mood’ of this progression to the 1-6-4-5 chances are it will be the progression you are looking for.

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Learn Guitar Lesson – 99% of Guitarists Will Never Learn These Killer Rhythm Guitar Secrets

Learn Guitar Lesson – 99% of Guitarists Will Never Learn These Killer Rhythm Guitar Secrets
By Mike P Hayes

Rhythm Guitar Secrets ExposedA great rhythm guitarist can make his or her presence felt without soloing; like a football lineman you know he’s there because of the integrity of the group not because he scores in solo displays.

Most guitar players are happy if they know the chord shape for the song but there’s a lot more to playing rhythm guitar than kockin’ off a few generic chord shapes.

Problem #1: How do you keep out of the other guitarist’s way, especially when they are playing chords.

Problem #2: How do you make common ‘garden variety’ chords sound fresh and exciting.

Problem #3: How do you create a transparent rhythm guitar part that enables the listener to focus on the primary material ‘the story’.

These are just some of the issues a serious advancing guitarist must learn to overcome in order to become a competent rhythm guitarist.

But what if there was an easy way to learn how to play chords on guitar, the good news is there are many ways to solve these problems, here is just one of the possible solutions.

Let’s take a ‘real world’ example:

The key of “E” is a popular key that guitarist’s like to play in.

Step 1: Learn all the standard chords in the harmonized scale of E.

E major scale harmonized would produce the following chords:

E – F#m – G#m – A – B – C#m – D#dim – E

These chord shapes can be readily found in any songbook or basic ‘how to play’ guitar method book… and that’s where the problem begins; everyone has the same information and is playing the same chord shapes (and sounding the same!)

Step 2: Learn to ‘open’ up the basic chords by adding ‘drone strings’ or ‘common notes’ to the basic chord shapes.

The best way to create your own ‘common note’ chords is to modify the standard chord shapes by adding the first and fifth notes of the scale to your basic harmony.

Here’s how…. the E major scale consists of the following notes:

E-F#-G#-A-B-C#-D#-E; therefore the first and fifth notes of that scale would be: E & B

Next modify your basic chord shapes to allow the notes E & B to be included in every chord in the key of ‘E’; preferably as the highest sounding notes of the chord.

In this instance the first string open is ‘E’ and the second string open is ‘B’.

Here is one way we could modify our standard chord shapes.

F#m (standard version)

-2–
-2–
-2–
-4–
-4–
-2–

F#m (drone string version)

-0–
-0–
-2–
-4–
-4–
-x–

some more examples for you to try…

G#m (standard version)

-4–
-4–
-4–
-6–
-6–
-4–

G#m (drone string version)

-0–
-0–
-4–
-6–
-6–
-x–

With a bit of practice these new chords will become easier and sound much more professional than the basic shapes.

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Learn Guitar Lesson – Guitar Chords Made Ridiculously Simple

Learn Guitar Lesson – Guitar Chords Made Ridiculously Simple
By Mike P Hayes

Guitar Chords Made SimpleIt’s time to stop pulling your hair out with frustration trying to play difficult chord shapes on your guitar. Remember, we are supposed to be playing guitar for fun aren’t we?

Have ever wondered if you were really cut-out to play guitar, after all the guy’s and gal’s on the videos seem to make it look so easy!

Despite our best intentions the reality of guitar playing really hits home once we get our guitar out of the case; there’s sore fingers, impossible chord shapes and nothing seems to sound anything like remotely like music.

But what if there was an easy way to play chords on the guitar, well the good news is there are many ways to play easy chord shapes on the guitar here are just a few to get you started!

Here is a sample of a few “one finger” chords:

G

-3–

-0–

-0–

-x–

-x–

-x–

G7

-1–

-0–

-0–

-x–

-x–

-x–

Gm

-3–

-3–

-3–

-x–

-x–

-x–

“One finger” chords, I can’t possibly get any easier than that can it? How about a “no finger” chord!

Em

-0–

-0–

-0–

-x–

-x–

-x–

No kidding, that is a correct E minor chord without using any fingers.

Moving right along…

Another set of popular chords that turn up often in songs are “E” chords, here are a few “one fingered”, “E” chords for you to try.

Em7

-0–

-0–

-0–

-0–

-2–

-0–

E7

-0–

-0–

-1–

-0–

-x–

-x–

E

-0–

-0–

-1–

-x–

-x–

-x–

You can make any difficult chord shape easy to play once you understand which individual notes make up a particular chord, e.g., a “C” chord is usually quite difficult to play especially for newbie players, here is a simple one-finger version for you to try.

C

-0–

-1–

-0–

-x–

-x–

-x–

Now, it’s time you to expand your chord vocabulary how about some two fingered chords

Em

-0–

-0–

-0–

-2–

-2–

-0–

D69/F#

-0–

-0–

-2–

-0–

-x–

-2–

Don’t be put off by the complex chord name “D69/F#” this chord is really simple to play and works well with the “Em” chord, in fact these two chords are all you need to play the song “Horse With No Name” by the group America.

Horse With No Name

Em /// | D69/F# /// |

Next I’ve included a couple of two finger variations of popular chords for you to try.

C

-0–

-1–

-0–

-2–

-x–

-x–

D6

-2–

-0–

-2–

-0–

-x–

-x–

The “D6” makes for a good substitution for the standard “D” chord.

Summary: Chords are like musical words, once you learn how to spell a chord you will discover many new (and easy) ways of playing that chord on the guitar.

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Learn Guitar Lesson: 3 Horrible Guitar Mistakes – Correct These Awful Mistakes And Master The Guitar

Learn Guitar Lesson: 3 Horrible Guitar Mistakes – Correct These Awful Mistakes And Master The Guitar
By Mike P Hayes

Master The GuitarRight at this very moment all around the world thousands of guitarists are frantically practicing their guitar, unfortunately 97% of them will be literally throwing countless hours of practice time out in the street!

It’s true! Thousands of Guitar players glued to their computer screen surfing the Internet looking for shortcuts, parroting off licks from YouTube and studying hour after hour hoping to master their instrument haven’t got a chance!

The horrible truth of the matter is there’s no problem with information, in fact we have the opposite problem: information overload; where would-be guitarists practice relentlessly but (a) can’t remember what they have learned and worst still (b) don’t know what it is they have learned.

There’s no point doing something if you don’t know what you are doing?

But what if there was a different approach; one that actually works WITH your nervous system not against it? Well the good news is there are numerous ways to go about the business of learning the guitar here are three ways to overcome the major problem areas.

Be aware of…

1. Two types of memory – muscle memory and data memory: muscle memory (motor skill training) requires repetition, this is where you practice something that you have already learned in a previous practice session.

Muscle memory training session can be 20 minutes or longer.

On the other hand data memory sessions need to be very short, 3 to 5 minutes maximum.

2. the overload problem – short time frames: It is essential to monitor your practice sessions, the majority of guitarists just sit in a room and practice themselves silly hoping that it will “all come together” somehow.

The problem with this approach, which by the way is the traditional method, is that the student is only developing ‘short term’ memory skills in much the same way as the majority of students prepare for an exam; they study hard just before the exam, get the grades and promptly forget most of the information!

With music practice we want to develop ‘long term’ memory skills; so keep an eye on your practice time frames.

3. quality not quantity – This is where someone, usually a friend or guitar teacher suggested you practice a particular exercise or guitar scale or you have read somewhere that a famous guitarist studied a particular practice program or something and you figure if you follow it you will turn out to be a great guitarist.

There is however a more efficient way to learn based on the often heard but little appreciated rule that states: a person learns what they want to learn when they want to learn it. This is of the up most importance in the selection of material; a person must know exactly what they are working on and why.

Summary: remember it is not practice that makes perfect rather “PERFECT practice that makes perfect!”

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What Guitar Scales Should You Study?

What Guitar Scales Should You Study?
By Mike P Hayes

learn guitar scalesWhat are scales? What guitar scales should you study? If you are

new to the guitar, and new to music, you are probably not even

quite sure exactly what a scale actually is, which certainly adds

to the aura of mystery that begins to surround the subject.

Learning and practicing scales can become an obsession for many

guitarists. Scales can “free your fingers and freeze your

brain”, if you’re not careful. Always keep in mind that scales are

part of the preparation work we do so we will be free to express

ourselves musically.

Scales are to the musician what skipping a rope is to a boxer,

it’s part of the preparation work. Scales are simply a means to

an end. What guitar scales should you study depends on the type

of music you want to play. It’s far better to master a small

number of scales and be able to apply these scales to many

musical settings.

The first thing to understand is that there are hundreds of

scales, to give you an idea of what you’re up against, here’s a

short sample of some of the names of scales starting with the

letter “L”.

Leading Whole Tone

Locrian

Locrian #2

Locrian b4

Locrian Flat 4

Locrian Minor

Locrian natural 2

Locrian Natural 2nd

Locrian Sharp 2nd

Lydian

Lydian 7b

Lydian Augmented

Lydian b7

Lydian contracted

Lydian diminished

Lydian Diminished 1

Lydian Diminished 2

Lydian Dominant

Lydian dominant scale4

Lydian Minor

Lydian Sharp 2nd

Keep in mind, this is only a sample from a very long list of

scales. Each one of these scales can be played in 12 different

keys as guitarists we have the added issue of multiple fingering

options on the guitar fretboard. What guitar scales should we

study is a very important question, to be honest five minutes

thought deciding what to practice is much better that five hours

of haphazard practice.

Scales are the building blocks from which all music is created.

we use scales to create melodies (horizontal structures), chords

(vertical structures), arpeggios (oblique structures).

Scales in themselves are not music they are simply our musical

alphabet. In the hands of a skilled musician they can create

music.

Three things to consider when learning scales:

(a) there’s the intellectual aspect, data memory information

i.e., the names of the notes and their scale step numbers.

(b) applying this knowledge to the guitar, in order to do this

successfully we need to be able to identify all the notes on the

fingerboard by name, not simply by a fingering pattern.

(c) motor skill training i.e., speed is a byproduct of accuracy,

with the right amount of accurate repetitions, scales will be

stored in the brain as a reflex function, training very slowly to

avoid mistakes.

Where to start:

The first scale guitar players should study would be the minor

pentatonic scale. the minor pentatonic scale is a five note

scale, (penta = five) found throughout the world.

Example of the minor pentatonic scale in the key of A would be:

A – C – D – E – G

The second scale guitar players should study would be the blues

scale. the blues scale is one of the most frequently used scales.

It is also important because it is the first real scale of

American origin.

The blues scale is a six note scale, one way of thinking of this

scale would be to treat the blues scale as a minor pentatonic

scale with a flattened 5th.

Example of the Blues scale in the key of A would be:

A – C – D – Eb – E – G

The third scale guitar players should study would be the major

pentatonic scale. The major pentatonic scale is another five note

scale.

Example of the major pentatonic scale in the key of A would be:

A – B – C# – E – F#

It is thought that the pentatonic scales represent early stages

of musical development, because it is found, in different forms,

in most of the world’s music. These two pentatonic scales

together with the blues scale are used to create riffs, licks and

solos on many popular recordings.

What guitar scales should you study is an important question, you

can save a lot of time by learning these three scales first. Good

luck finding which scales that are right for your music.

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How to play Back Home Again by John Denver – Guitar Lesson Tutorial


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In this best beginner guitar lesson tutorial, you will learn how to play Back Home Again by John Denver. This is one of Denver’s all-time classic songs. For easy learning and playing, the intro along with the chords and lyrics are referenced also.

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Three Ways You Can Learn Basic Guitar

Three Ways You Can Learn Basic Guitar
By Peter J Ho

learn basic guitarAre you interested to learn basic guitar? Well, do you know how to do that? There are a number of ways to learn how to play the guitar. Today, I will be sharing with you three ways you can do so, one of which you may not want to go for. Anyway, by the end of this article, I hope you will have a better understanding of this topic, so without further ado, let me get started!

You Can Learn The Hard Way

Now it is true that you can find plenty of free information on how to learn basic guitar all over the internet, the library and even from your friends. It is also true that some people are reluctant to spend money to learn the instrument simply because all this information is freely available out there. However, I do not recommend you choosing this method because the free pieces of information merely give bits and pieces of different techniques and concepts. They do not provide a clear curriculum for you. Hence you could end up really lost or confused after some time. That is why I recommend you pay for credible guitar beginners’ lessons. Now at this point, if you still prefer to opt for this method, you can go ahead. However, don’t say I did not warn you! Up next, I will be sharing with you the easier methods which I recommend.

Get A Private Tutor

By doing so, you ensure that you have someone guiding you along the way. The tutor’s full attention is on you as well, and that is the main reason why I personally prefer private one-to-one sessions with a tutor than attending a class with other students. If you are unable to keep up with the pace, your tutor should be able to tweak the curriculum to suit your learning abilities. The other advantage here is that some private tutors are willing to conduct the lessons in the student’s home, so that means you need not pay for your travel expenses because you can learn basic guitar from the comfort of your own home.

Sign Up For Guitar Classes Online

Speaking of learning from home, another way to learn to play the guitar is by signing up for guitar classes online. What I like about them is that they usually come in the form of video tutorials which you can download to your computer. That means you can pause and rewind the videos if you are unable to keep up with the pace. You can even watch the videos over and over again or watch them in future if you want some revision.

By now I hope you have a better idea of how you can learn basic guitar. I hope you have benefitted from my sharing today as well. Enjoy!

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Guitar Lessons – Ways That You Can Learn To Play The Guitar

Guitar Lessons – Ways That You Can Learn To Play The Guitar
By Robben Van Halen

personal guitar lessonsLearning how to play the guitar can be fun and exciting. Many beginner guitar lessons start by teaching you about sheet music and various chords. While, the majority of teachers will start by teaching students by picking out chords the fact is that this is not always an effective technique because it can make playing more complex music with a band or group more difficult.

One-on-one lessons will help a beginner pick up the basics and help them develop the natural skills they require to play music. However, as a beginner you are not limited to one-on-one lessons, you can also opt for online training which will ensure that you get all the necessary books and tips needed to play the guitar.

Personal guitar lessons versus online guitar lessons

Choosing between personal and online lessons depends on the type of student you are. If you have some basic understanding of music, are self-motivated, and are willing to spend time on trial and error then online guitar lessons will serve your purpose. The biggest problem with online and video tutorial guitar lessons is that there is no way of knowing if you’re doing something wrong because the instructions and illustrations are difficult to understand. It is trial and error until you manage to get it right. However with personal guitar lesson groups and courses an instructor will make immediate corrections to common mistakes improperly holding the guitar, the position of your fingers and how to read the guitar music sheet. Instructors who have experience teaching music will be able to make some immediate corrections in addition to making learning otherwise difficult chords easier.

How to find a guitar teacher

There are a number of music schools that offer guitar lessons, that being said finding a really good teacher can be difficult. Ideally, you will want to find a teacher who specializes in teaching and playing the guitar. You should also ask for references from students and find out what you will learn and what material you will be provided with. Make sure that you understand the lesson schedule prior to signing up for the course.

Discuss your goals with the teacher

You need to make sure that your teacher understands what your goals are because that is the only way that he can help you achieve them. For instance, if you want to play in a local band make sure that your teacher knows, so that the lessons can be formulated accordingly. If it’s just something you’re learning as a hobby let your teacher know of that as well. This will then help the teacher formulate a lesson plan that helps you quickly reach your goal whilst understanding the chords. That being said leaning to play the guitar often takes time and dedication like everything else you try to learn. By taking it slow and easy you’ll actually learn a lot more than trying to rush through the course.

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Dissecting Online Guitar Lessons

Dissecting Online Guitar Lessons
By Adolfo Rodriguez

Online Guitar LessonsOnline guitar lessons allows you to check your progress and improve your guitar skills at your own pace. From college students with extra free time to busy business people, online guitar lessons give you the flexibility to take these lessons on your own time. A negative thing is you can’t access without having a computer and internet.

These online musical courses are similar to courses found in private lessons and universities around the world. Even though everything is online, you will get all the same material and practice needed to learn the guitar, which you receive in private lessons. Lessons are given in video format and include online workbooks and material. The only thing that is a hassle is that you have to login every time you want to remember how to play a chord. With private lessons you are given hard copies, where you have access to pull it out when ever. A popular feature is online forums designed so you can make friends and communicate with your “classmates”. You can collaborate and send advice to each other. There are some options that allow you to interact with online instructors as well. If you are having trouble reading sheet music, mastering finger placement or strumming technique, these online instructors are available to help you anytime, anywhere. A negative thing is you can’t get help right away. like you do in a private lesson. It might take a couple of hours or even a couple of days.

Learning how to play the guitar is difficult for anybody. Even the best guitarists had to start somewhere. Often the biggest impediment to learning how to play the guitar is the lack of direct support. If there is no one to give you pointers or help you with what you are doing, it is a frustrating experience. Ask any professional guitarist, they will all say the same thing.

Online guitar lessons walk you through the entire process, from learning the chords to playing incredible solos. All online lessons can accommodate any level of skill. Whether you are a beginner who is picking up a guitar for the first time to an advanced guitarist that needs to freshen up on the basics, you will be sure to find a course that fits your needs. It takes you through the same process that private lessons. Online guitar lessons won’t work for everyone, there are many people who prefer one on one interaction instead.

Online guitar lessons are incredibly effective in teaching anyone how to play the guitar. They are highly innovative in teaching their students how to play the guitar. I hoped this information helped on knowing learning about online guitar lessons. There are advantages and disadvantages on taking online guitar lessons or private lessons, depending which route you decide to choose.

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