In music, there are some theory tools that help us organize chords and keys in a logical way, such as the circle of fifths or scale degrees. On this page you find resources for learning how to put chords together and how to strum chords in order to get different feels and rhythms
In this Questions & Answers post 11 guitar teachers share their favorite unusual chord progressions. You'll learn new chord sequences that will make your song more interesting... Read more
We are going to continue our discussion of chord progressions, diving into some more complicated concepts with our chords: secondary dominant, substitution, modulation.. Read more
The Nashville Numbering System is a method that denotes chords with the scale degree numbers. It's very useful for describing chord progressions, transposing songs, improvisation, and can be understood without too much music theory knowledge. This article shows you in details how the Nashville Number System works... Read more
Make your audience feel the rhythm: learn how to strum chords on guitar with rhythm patterns, beat and syncopation.. Read more
The most important things you will learn about playing guitar will be chord progressions. Mastering chord progressions is an essential skill all guitar players. This lessos is all about chord progressions... Read more
Free Online Chords Progressions Generator: this tool allows you create a jam chords track and play your guitar over, visualizing the tones composing the chords directly on the fretboard. Useful for practice improvisation over backing chords and to test quickly new music ideas.. Read more
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