Next Level Guitar Chord Progressions

This is another fantastic video guitar lesson from David Taub with Next Level Guitar. If you are a beginner, stuck in a rut and tired of playing the same old boring chord progressions, then this lesson will be especially helpful and enjoyable. David is going to demonstrate how to play something that sounds beautiful without being impossible to play. One trick that makes this chord … [Read more...]

E add 11 Guitar Chord Lesson

Learn how to play the Eadd11 guitar chord with this free tutorial.  To form this chord, we need to take the 1,3,5 and 11 positions from the E Major Scale: E, F#, G#, A, B, C#, and D#.  When we do this, we come up with the notes:  E, G#, B and A.  The E add 11 chord is just the E Major Chord with an added A note (the 11th step of the E Major Scale).  Hence the name, E Add11.  This chord sounds more … [Read more...]

Absus4 Guitar Chord Lesson

This lesson will demonstrate  how to play the Absus4 guitar chord (also known as A flat suspended 4, A flat suspended 4th). The formula you will need to use in order to find the notes of this chord is: 1, 4, 5.  This means that we need to look for the 1st, 4th and 5th positions from the Ab Major Scale: Ab - Bb - C - Db - Eb - F - G.  When we do this, we come up with the notes:  Ab, Db and Eb. … [Read more...]

Awesome Guitar Speed Building Exercise

Today I am featuring another excellent video tutorial from GuitarJamz, that I found on good ol' YouTube.  The lesson is taught by Tony Brucco. If you aren't familiar with Tony, I  highly recommend you check out his Website.  While you are there, be sure to check out his debut album "DreamBox".  You can listen to the  album right from his site or  for a small fee, you can download or order a copy. … [Read more...]

Dadd9 Guitar Chord Lesson

Learn how to play the Dadd9 Guitar Chord (also known as D Major Add 9, D Major Added 9th, D2).  To find this chord, we look to the D Major Scale: D E F# G A B C#.  We take the 1, 3, 5 and 9 positions of this scale to form this chord.  This is essentially a Major Chord  (1, 3 and 5) with the added 9th position, or "E" note. Dadd9 Chord Notes: D, F#, A and E Here is a key that will help you … [Read more...]

Jumper Third Eye Blind Guitar Lesson

Learn how to play the song "Jumper" by Third Eye Blind with this easy acoustic guitar song lesson.  This song was released in 1997 off their self titled album, "Third Eye Blind".  It was written by the groups lead singer, Stephen Jenkins.   You can learn more about this song over at Wikipedia. The chords you are going to need for this particular lesson are all easy beginner chords that you … [Read more...]

Csus4 Guitar Chord Lesson

This post will teach you several different ways to play the Csus4 chord across the neck of the guitar.  This lesson will cover more advanced versions of this chord. If you would like to learn an easier way to play this chord, follow this link for the beginner Csus4 chord tutorial. The C Sus4 (also known as C Suspended 4, C Suspended 4th) chord is found in the C Major Scale: C D E F G A B C.  It … [Read more...]

Am7 Guitar Chord Advanced

In the following guitar tutorial, you will be learning how to play several advanced Am7 chord shapes.  For an easy way to play the Am7 guitar chord follow this link. The A Minor 7 Chord (also known as A Minor 7, A Minor 7th, Amin7) is found in the A Major Scale: A, B, C#, D, E, F#, G#.  It is made of the 1, b3, 5 and b7 positions of this scale. The "b3" symbol translates to a "Flattened … [Read more...]

B Flat Minor Guitar Chord Lesson

In the following guitar tutorial, you will learn several different ways to play the B Flat Minor Guitar Chord (also known as Bbm, A#m, A Sharp Minor). To find the notes that make up this particular chord, you will need to locate the 1, b3 and 5 steps of the Bb Major Scale: Bb C, D, Eb, F, G, and A.  When we do this, we come up with the notes Bb, Db and F. Not sure what that little "b3" … [Read more...]

B Diminished Guitar Chord Lesson

Learn how to play the B Diminished Guitar Chord (also known as Bdim, B°, B Diminished Triad) with this free guitar chord tutorial. The B Diminished Guitar Chord is found in the B Major Scale. You need to locate the 1, b3 and b5 positions of this scale.  So, looking at the B Major Scale: B C# D# E F# G# A#, we come up with the notes B, D and F. The "b3" and "b5"  are flattened notes.  This … [Read more...]