Posted February 22, 2019
Suspended chords like the Dsus4 guitar chord, or an Asus2 are chords that are somewhere between a major and a minor chord, hence their name. To get a suspended chord, one must remove the 3rd from the triad that creates a standard chord. These are chords are a lot of fun to play and usually only require the guitar player to lift one finger.
Posted February 20, 2019
Power chords are the backbone of rock music. They’re beefy, often crunchy and are super simple to play because it takes only three notes to make these types of guitar chords. Here are 5 easy steps to learning and practicing these powerful chords.
Posted February 15, 2019
Minor chord progressions are very similar to major chord progressions but of course, we’re looking at the minor scale! It’s important to know how to find chords within a minor scale so that you have a number of options when it comes time to create your own song or if you simply want to know how your favorite hits have come together.
Posted February 13, 2019
Chord progressions are the backbone of every song. From pop and blues to metal and punk rock, and much more, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with these simple concepts if you ever want to write your own songs or understand your favorite songs a little deeper.
Posted January 18, 2019
The pentatonic scale is one of the most popular guitar scales due to its simplicity and versatility. It’s called the pentatonic scale because there are only five notes in the scale, as opposed to the usual 7 notes in most others. “Penta” means five and “tonic” means notes. Read on to find out why this scale is so popular!