Lesson #104, Minor Chords IV

Sunday, April 12, 2009


Lesson #104, Minor Chords IV



Hi Everyone,

Practice these new chord shapes in the three full positions. Since they are new to you , they will feel a little weird at first, so take your time and get these new minor chords under your fingers.

It is also important to finger these new formations using just three notes with your left hand......especially with the second string position, and the bar position.

Practice these minor chords with the index, middle and ring finger of your left hand leaving your pinky free. This will help later when we start to work with upper neck fretting in our soloing, and in our backup in the scruggs style.

Keep it goin Everyone,

David

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