Beginner guitar chords/progressions?
Okay I've had a guitar collecting dust for quite a while and I've just been picking strings messing around. I'm surprised to find out I can come up with stuff I enjoy listening to. Now I really want to be able to do chords and progressions so it's not all just single strings. Problem is I don't really know where to begin. I've looked up chords but they're all either different fretting or like different ones are considered beginner I guess..???? But anyway I want to know which ones you may have started with or which ones you think are fit for this situation additional side question - how long do you think it'll take to be able to fluidly switch from chord to chord?Guitar Jazz chord progressions?
I'm learning classical guitar and my tutor thinks a basic understanding of Jazz chord progressions will also help me. He's set some homework for me which i just can't complete, my total lack of interest in Jazz being the main problem. Here's what he wants me to do. "Use what you have learnt about progressions to write a simple melodic outro starting in Amaj7 and ending with A7. E.G. 1-4-5, 1-5-3 etc" Any help here appreciated. MeatEater thanks, it all makes sense now i've seen the chords written down. Yes, we are learning theory but a couple of lessons of Jazz for Classical guitar has confused me to the point i couldn't recognise what 1-4-5, 1-5-3 meant. Can i ask why or how you knew to add to the chords, D becomes D6add9 etc and if you know why Jazz is relevent to Classical music? MeatEater thanks so much you've been a great help.What is a funky rhythm guitar chord progression?
What is a funky rhythm guitar chord progression? I don't want tabs or Roman Numeral format I want straight chords to strum, I'm trying to write a catchy funk song.Help with guitar solos over chord progression?
I have been working on lead guitar for a bit now and have the penatonic scale down on all boxes across the fretboard. I have a question that i havent found an answer to yet though. When soloing over a chord progression, say A C D.. do I solo in the keys of A C and D when the changes come? Does the root note change for each chord, or should I just be playing the A penatonic scale throughout the whole progression? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.What is a good site for guitar chord progressions?
I am looking for a site that tells you they key and which chords are in that key. Could someone please name a good site? Thanks.