The Wonderful World of G – Pt. 1

Previously, I’ve shared a few tips for how to play with some more variety in the key of D (Pt. 1, Pt. 2, Pt. 3, Pt. 4) and the key of E (Pt. 1, Pt. 2, Pt. 3).

If you don’t play guitar, then those previous posts and the next three or four posts won’t really apply to you (unless you want to learn how to play guitar). And if you’ve been playing for a while, you probably already know these (and other) techniques.

But maybe you do play the guitar and you feel a bit stuck. Hopefully these next few videos will give you some ideas.

The Wonderful World of E – Pt. 2

This week I’m taking several days to demonstrate some techniques for playing chords in the key of E. Yesterday I showed how you can use the E chord-shape to play an A and a B. Today I’ll show how you can use an A chord-shape to play a B, C#m, and E.

You might already know all of this – and that’s great. If you don’t, try practicing these new chord shapes over the next few weeks and months and they’ll become easy and comfortable.