On todays episode titled: What chords sound good together on the guitar? We are going to start to answer this question from all the way at the bottom.The ground zero of chord changes:
These are the chords with the strongest relationships and the ones that are heard most often in popular music.
I’ll go through how to construct these chords and some easy formulas to be able to quickly know what “good” chords are available in any key you need.
This is a topic that I get asked a lot about and to really answer it in a way that puts you on the right track, but doesn’t get so deep into music theory that you just tune out has always been a challenge.
So Now that you understand where these basic chords relationships come from, do you see anything familliar in the songs the you already know? Let me know in the show notes or on twitter. I’d love to see what you have found!
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Today’s episode features questions and comments by:
Carlos about recommendations on a guitar
Brad who listens on Iheartradio and likes Facebook Groups idea.
Andrew with some nice words and also likes the Facebook Groups idea.
Chris who shared what he is working on. I had some recommendations for him.
Twitter comments about a Mark Knopfler interview and the revolving content I share!