Here are some more pointers about how to play comfortably in the key of E. This video covers how to play F#m and G#m using a modified E chord-shape.
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.
This might be really familiar stuff to a lot of you, but over the next few days I want to demonstrate some different techniques for playing chords in the key of E. Today I’ll focus on using the “E” shape farther up the neck.