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Allow me start this lesson by saying that I'm not much of a guitarist. I'm a classically trained French Hornist, but I sure do understand music theory, which is what this lesson is about. But, like I said, I'm not much of a guitar player, so I won't mention the guitar much, just the chords.
Following up and expanding on a post about learning music theory with Auto-tune . See also a post about the major scale modes and an intro to minor keys .
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You don’t need a “1000 Chords Dictionary” to be able to read and play chords. You can learn how to form chords on your own, because chords are built using simple formulas.
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Denis wrote… This is superb, total respect for DTF in not only using his time to create this, but also in how professional the presentation. I would be very interested to see a lesson in creating lyrics, this is my weak point in creating songs.
10 Ways to Play the Most Beautiful Open Chord Shapes Part I A great way to make your chord progressions and songs sound awesome is to use open chord shapes. I always love to use these chords to add some flavor to my chord progressions.
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