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Posted by: Simon, on Apr 03,2015, in category Chords
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Abstract: A great way to spice up your acoustic guitar soloing is to add an element of chords to them. Apart from their obvious role in rhythm playing, chords are also a great tool for soloing on your acoustic guitar. They will bring a whole new dimension to your soloing sound adding great contrast to the single notes that you play. Read this article to learn exactly how to go about improving your guitar soloing using chords today!
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Posted by: ZixRyder, on Dec 09,2013, in category Chords
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Abstract: In this lesson we'll take a look at basic triad chord building.
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Posted by: tommaso.zillio, on Nov 04,2013, in category Chords
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Abstract: You know only a handful of guitar chords and would like to know more, possibly without spending years of efforts? As it happens, it is quite easy to expand your chord knowledge. Keep reading.
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Posted by: Fenderexpx50, on Feb 02,2013, in category Chords
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Abstract: Not that power chords really need a 101, most of you guys know what they are. I take it a little further and show you some different stuff you can do with them.
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Posted by: Fenderexpx50, on Jan 07,2013, in category Chords
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Abstract: Taking a break from lead work, this lesson looks at more rhythm guitar oriented arpeggios.
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Posted by: Fenderexpx50, on Oct 30,2012, in category Chords
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Abstract: An introductory look into arpeggios. Later on, we’ll get into a lot more in regards to arpeggios.
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Posted by: Fenderexpx50, on Oct 23,2012, in category Chords
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Abstract: A continuing look at chords, finishing up with some more minor chords with a look at the m6, m9, m11, and the m13
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Posted by: Fenderexpx50, on Sep 28,2012, in category Chords
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Abstract: A continuing exploration of chords. This time we look at the maj9, maj11, maj13, maj9#11, and the maj13#11.
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Posted by: Fenderexpx50, on Sep 18,2012, in category Chords
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Abstract: A continuing exploration of chords. This time we look at the add9, 9th, 11th, and 13th chords.
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Posted by: Fenderexpx50, on Aug 30,2012, in category Chords
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Abstract: A continuing exploration of chords. This lesson includes the rest of the tertian 7 chords as well as two odd 7 chords. You'll see not only the formula for each chord, but also the chords as they would appear in each inversion.
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