Lesson 4 - Developing Patterns for Chords
Here is where we delve much deeper into how to form chords from the C scale that we've learned. We learn 8 varieties of the C chord and place them into a numerical pattern that helps us to pick and choose the variation of the C major chord that we need to form chord-melodies. It is VERY important to be able to organize this concept into easily recognizable patterns that help us to have automatcally the exact chord that we need to play what is needed for any particular song. I organize everything in this way to have a ready to go system of choosing chords instead of doing things haphazardly the way so many guitarists do. This is the fundamental reason why they simply CANNOT play any kind of chord-melodies, because it is a rather complex subject and needs to be organized and clear in order to access this information. It's a way of making order out of chaos, and it helps us go very far in playing this intrument and having a true mastery of the guitar. It is a science and we need to treat it as such. So let's get going on this and reap the benefits of this approach.
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