Learning to play guitar songs is not always easy, especially for beginners. There’s usually a lot of fumbling with chord changes and gnashing of teeth. But stick with it, you will soon get it. And when you do you’ll be ready to tackle the next challenge with glee. Over time, I’ll put up more strumming [...]
February 7, 2011
Want to see more? Click here Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Written by John Fogerty. From their album Green River released in 1969. This was CCR’s 2nd Gold single. If you want to see more of these great lessons, click here.
November 1, 2010
Don’t Let Me Down by The Beatles This song is in the KEY of E major. This is a 2 chord song, basically. An E chord and an F#minor chord. This is known as a I – iim progression. E is the I chord and F#m is the ii chord. You can use an Emaj7 [...]
October 28, 2010
Many songs use just 3 or 4 chords. In fact, thousands of ‘hit’ songs have been written with just 3 or 4 chords. So you don’t always need to know a lot of chords to be able to play lots of easy songs.
The point of this video is to show how a simple chord progression can be used to write a song. The songs in this video were originally played in different keys. But here, they are all in the one key. To show how the chord progression fits all the songs.