Hint: Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas is You" uses it. For more about the secret chord, read more from Adam Ragusea here: http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/music_box/2014/12/mariah_carey_s_all_i_want_for_christmas_is_you_a_musicological_explanation.html Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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A chord substitution is an act where one chord is "swapped out" for a "similar sounding" chord. One particular substitution that seems to work (in the key of C major) is swapping Fm for Bb9, or for FmMaj9, or Dm7b5. Why do all of these seem to "work"? Well, I guess you'll have to watch this video to find out ;)
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Everybody knows what diminished chords are, but do you know what diminished MAJOR 7th chords are - and, more importantly, how and when to use them? Watch this video for some cool chord tricks, ideas and progressions, accessible to any intermediate level pianist! For those of you who need a refresher on basic concepts such as chords, scales, etc, watch my Piano Quickie series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoPAcVnAi68&list=PLP9cbwDiLzdKY0kV1hPE4zNosvz_Ur7wD For those of you interested in a more in-depth exploration of piano harmony (in the context of jazz piano, but applicable to anything!), check out my full online jazz piano course right here on Youtube - it's completely free! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJAIx_P7NKY&t=7s&index=1&list=PLP9cbwDiLzdKVOHbx4B0EhwYNksXYaX3s
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New Caprica drew a cold and a broken hallelujah from many people. This vid gives a glimpse at some of the relationships of Battlestar Galactica. Includes clips up to the end of season 3. (Bill Adama/Laura Roslin, Kara Thrace/Lee Adama, Kara Thrace/Sam Anders, Saul Tigh/Ellen Tigh, Felix Gaeta/Gaius Baltar) Song: "Hallelujah", Rufus Wainwright.
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In this course, you will learn about the seven types of passing chords; First-inversion, Diminished Chromatic, Minor Chromatic, Secondary Dominant, 2-5-1, Tritone Substitution, and Chromatic Mediant. Jazz and Gospel pianist relies heavily on these passing chords, and their concepts, therefore, if you aspire to play those genres effectively, this course covers ALL of the secrets. Download Tutorials: http://www.pianolessonwithwarren.com Stream Tutorials: http://tutorials.pianolessonwithwarren.com Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/Pianolessonwithwarren/?ref=bookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/piano_lesson_with_warren -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Exclusive content and Awesome Rewards like Tabs, Playthrough videos, chord sheets, and much more are now available at http://www.patreon.com/letsplayguitar Secret Love Song Guitar Lesson. Tutorial with easy chords and capo (Standard Tuning). Little Mix. P A T R E O N ► https://www.patreon.com/letsplayguitar F A C E B O O K ► https://www.facebook.com/letsplayguitarofficial I N S T A G R A M ► @letsplayguitar_ T W I T T E R ► @letsplayguitars Please give it a like if you enjoyed the lesson :) Thanks in advance! Subscribe Here - Welcome to the channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/guitardevofficial?sub_confirmation=1 Thanks for watching Keep playing! Cheers!
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State Champs - Secrets - Acoustic Guitar Tutorial Video. This is a video on HOW TO PLAY Secrets by State Champs acoustically. It is an acoustic arrangement which uses easy chords and strumming patterns. Below is a list of the CHORDS and STRUMMING PATTERN. Feel free to comment down below with any questions or requests for future videos! Like my Channel? SUBSCRIBE! ► http://goo.gl/8MSRnl Follow me on twitter! ► http://goo.gl/yqYV8d -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No Capo - Half Step Down Tuning (D# G# C# F# A# d#) Strumming Patterns: (S) S1: (Palm Muted) D D D D // U UDUD D DU S2: DDD DDD DDU S3: D D D D // U UDUD D DU Verse: (S1) E - A - B E - A Pre Chorus: (S2) F# - A x2 Chorus: (S3) E - B A - B E - B C# - A Mutes Verse: (S1) E - A - B E - A Pre Chorus: (S2) F# - A x2 Chorus: (S3) E - B A - B E - B C# - A Bridge: (S3) Mutes A - E x5 Chorus: (S3) E - B A - B E - B C# - A Chorus: (S3) E - B A - B E - B C# - A - E -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ⭐ Gear I Use ⭐ Camera: Canon 100D - https://goo.gl/Uul3wK Microphone: Rode NT1A - https://goo.gl/VXD9Ig Capo: Schubb - https://goo.gl/MtKJnu Tuner: Korg Pitchclip - https://goo.gl/w0rNDT *Note* These are affiliate links which means I will get a small commission if you choose to purchase an item through one of the links
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The easiest way to learn piano chords: ►https://www.pianote.com/chord-hacks Free Series: Learn To Play Piano ►http://www.Pianote.com/learn-piano/ Follow Us! ►Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pianoteofficial/ ►Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/pianoteofficial/ The 'I' 'IV' and 'V' chords are some of the most important chords you'll find in music. Whether you are jamming with friends, playing in church or that everyday pop song, the foundation of your progression is key, so check out this lesson for some great ways to rethink these chords!
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If you have a hard time figuring out the notes in your chords you need to watch this video! With this one tip figuring out chord tones will become much easier, and you will see the similarities in chords. Here's the 1 secret you need to know about chords! SKYPE LESSONS: Yes, I give Skype lessons! And, if you sign up for one (or more) you will see immediate results. From tone, and tonguing to style and improv, I can help get you headed in the right direction. For more info contact me via: www.scottpaddock.com or through Instagram @scottpaddocksax INSTAGRAM: @scottpaddocksax www.scottpaddock.com Scott Plays: P. Mauriat 67RX Influence alto sax Barkley Brazil Kustom Pop 7 Blue mouthpiece Legere Signature 2.5 reeds BG Silver Duo ligature
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If you would like to gain full access to all our Guitar Teaching Materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher Site and take a free tour: http://www.secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=406 Here's the video transcript: What's the point in playing songs that have just two or three chords? Isn't it better to learn as many chords as possible so you that can become a great guitarist sooner? Well, in my experience, getting too hungry to learn new chords is often the way beginner guitarists hold themselves back in their development. With upwards of 40,000 chord shapes playable on the guitar, you are never going to use more than a tiny fraction of available chords over your guitar-playing career! What will really make a difference to how good you sound as a guitarist is HOW you use chords. And the best way to develop quality of sound, and all the little details of technique that go towards lending your playing real finesse, is to play songs with very few chords so that you are forced to focus in on how you make those chords sound. So, in this lesson, I'm going to introduce you to two completely different songs that each use just two chords. Here's a great song from the early seventies - A Horse With No Name by the three-piece band America. The first chord is a straight forward Em, probably best played with second and third fingers to make the change to the second chord easier 3. The second chord is a version of D with the note F# in the bass. You might hear this called a first inversion D major or perhaps more commonly simply D slash F# or D over F#. And that's all there is to the chords - hard to think of anything easier! But there is quite a bit more to the strumming hand. The distinctive rhythm of the song comes partly from a two bar pattern that uses a bit of bass note separation and muting technique. Notice how bar 1 starts with the bass note hit separately and also how the emphasis switches to the upstrokes in the second bar of each pair. This sort of rhythm is deceptively hard for beginners to get, but I can tell you that it doesn't help to try and be too exact in how you copy it. Rather, I recommend 'homing in on it' by experimenting and careful listening. The only other tip I'll leave you with on this song is that the muting, is best achieved with both hands, palm muting at the strumming end...And a tiny bit of gripping and relaxing of the chord shape at this end as well Note this isn't lifting the fingers off the strings - it's relaxing the fingers so that the strings just come away from the fret wires that kills the sound neatly. My second choice of song for this lesson is an old blues tune written by Ellington Jordan and first recorded by Etta James in the mid sixties It's called 'I'd rather Go Blind' The chords are G and Am . Please note that if you want to play along to the original recording which is in A, you'll need a capo at fret two to make it sound in tune. We're playing this in 6/8 time which is counted as two lots of three like this. 123 456...123 456 though you may find it easier to think of each bar as two beats. It's fine to count it 1 and a 2 and a.. The beauty of a slow song like this is that there is plenty of space for you to experiment with ornamentation and a real chance for you to begin to develop some individual style to your playing. Here are a few ideas that I have found have crept into the way I might play this. So, in answer to our title question: 'What's the point in playing songs with really simple chord sequences?' You can perhaps see how once your attention can come off the problem of constantly trying to remember what chord shape comes next, and how best to play that shape; you begin to listen more to what you are playing. By concentrating on the sound, you naturally find yourself developing real guitar playing skills that you can then carry forward into the more complex chord sequences at a later stage.
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Arching your fingers when playing chords makes it easier press on the strings. Arching should be applied to all chords, it's one of the first things I teach my students. Your goal should be to apply this lesson to all chords you learn. Understanding to read a chord diagram will allow you to figure out all the beginner chords and then you should apply the arch. I will cover chord diagrams in a subsequent video, good luck!
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For more information from the source site of this video please visit: http://secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/intermediate/jazz/hAa40L96N_s/91778025-summertime-chords-and-melody-for-guitar.php This is a sample lesson from the Secret GuitarTeacher web site (see link above). It is for intermediate players, particularly those interested in blues and jazz. Here's the abridged transcript: Originally written by George Gershwin as an aria for the Opera Porgy and Bess, Summertime is featured by the UK's Independent Newspaper at number seven in the list of most-covered songs of all time. Now the version of the song we are going to start out with in this lesson is a fairly bluesy one with a 12/8 rhythm and a nice set of chords: This same movable shape is used for both Am6 and Bm6. Once we have that shape in place we can play it for two main beats. Next we slide the whole shape up the fret board two frets to play the Bm6 for the second half of the bar. Next line we switch to the Dm7 and Em7 pairing using the 'A' shaped barre chord. So far we could be playing just another 12 bar blues sequence, but in the 7th bar we find ourselves heading off to the 5th chord instead of back to the key chord as we would have expected in a 12-bar. And here we see the E7#9 chord, which frequently crops up in jazz arrangements of blues - especially minor blues. This is paired up with the same shape moved up a fret to F7#9 and back again to E7#9 to effectively create a dramatic pause in the sequence Ok, so we're halfway through the sequence. Let's just recap and play what we have covered so far. Let's fast forward to the last bar in the third line where we find a descending chromatic run of minor seventh chords. Start this with an Am7 played like this...strum this just for one main beat so that's 1 & a ...take it down a fret keeping the same shape ... 2 & a ...take it down a fret keeping the same shape - that gives us Abm7 ...down another fret for Gm7 ... 3 & a and one more fret for Gb m7 4 & a Let's look at the next bar and then we can look at how it all links up. Here we can see a couple of slash chords - we call them C slash B and Am slash G. We'll take a close look at how those are formed in case you haven't encountered slash chords before...C slash B is sometimes referred to as C over B - it means the chord of C, but with the note B in the bass and so with the normal C chord we have the root note C here, but for C/B we move it down to the note B here. Next chord is Am again using the normal open chord...followed by Am/G which is Am but with the note G in the bass. To get that I just reach across here with my pinky which serves both to play the G note here and mute out the A string. Ok...into the home straight. This descending bass line continues from G to F played as the root of the F M 7 chord. Notice that the fingering I am recommending for this chord uses a dead fifth string. Then to work our way back to the opening line, we use another version of the Hendrix chords the E7#9 which looks like this. So then we finish off the sequence by returning to the opening chords Am6 Bm6. Before we move on to learning the melody here's the whole chord sequence played straight through at normal speed. The melody is pretty simple to learn, especially if you learn it in a way that connects it to the underlying chords and scales. For the first part of the melody have the E-shaped A minor chord in mind. You can see there is only one note that is not in the basic minor chord. We then target this same note, D in the next phrase which coincides with the chord change to the Dmin7 chord. The next phrase targets the B note which is one of the notes in the chord E7#9. Then it's back to the opening phrase. For the rest of the melody it helps to follow the pattern of the A blues scale first position. Sliding into the E note here on the fifth string ... on up the scale pattern then targeting the blue note Eb for the final phrase terminating on the key note A. ] So once more from the beginning...working the Am chord shape...targeting the D note then the B note (fifth from the chord E). Back to the first phrase... then working the A blues scale make sure we time the G note to coincide with the C chord - (remember G is the fifth in the chord of C). Then up to the blue note, the Eb for the final phrase finally ending on the keynote A. Here it is against the backing track So that's walked you through how to play the rhythm part and melody of this arrangement of Summertime. In the next lesson we'll look at how we can use what we have learned in this lesson as a basis for an approach to improvising over this classic jazz band jamming favourite. I hope you'll join me for that.
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Playing Chords and Melody on Guitar. How to add melody to chords. Chord melody arrangement. From the Secret Guitar Teacher Site: http://www.secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=1107 Video Script: For many students of the guitar, the goal of being able to integrate chord and melody playing is something of a holy grail. This lesson, building on the earlier Sound Bites in the beginners' series, is going to start bringing together all the skills we have covered so far, in an attempt to take you a significant step further on this quest. Here are the chords to the first couple of lines of Sunny - the song we learnt the melody of in the last Sound Bite. Normally we would play these chords something like this but to help us better integrate the melody - we need to change the C7 chord to this shape played up at the 8th fret. This will make more sense next lesson. So here are our first two chord shapes. Next chord is an FMaj7 - note this is not the same as an F7 - it's a jazzier sounding chord and actually nice and easy to play. Notice we use the little triangle symbol to distinguish from the F7 chord. And this chord is followed by an E7sus4 which I want you to note is played with 2nd and 3rd fingers and that is changed to E7 by adding the first finger and taking off the 3rd finger like this. So that first line altogether Am C7 FMaj7 E7sus4 and E7 and that is played through twice. Up to you whether you choose to play this with a pick or fingerstyle. Ok let's look at the second half of the sequence. After playing the first line twice we play a series of Am chords that sound like this. Am, we have already covered the next chord is Am natural 7th followed by Am7. Here are the shapes. Then for Am6 we use a particular fingering which, you'll see in the next lesson, will better suit the melody. This is then followed by FM7 which we have already covered then an E7, buit again we want to select a specific fingering for this. Then it's back to Am and the E7sus4 E7 routine we used at the end of the first section. Here are the chord shape diagrams for the special fingerings of Am6 and E7 that we are using. And here is the full at slow tempo... and at more or less full tempo. I'll leave you to practice that as much as possible - the better you know those shapes the easier you'll find the final stage of this process. And that will be where, in the next sound bite, I'll show you how to integrate the melody with these chords.
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3 secrets to playing clean barre chords PLUS bonus tips for using one shape for any chord and a barre chord exercise at the end! 5 Day Acoustic Guitar Challenge ▶▶http://tonypolecastro.com/5-day-guitar-challenge-yt1/ Acoustic guitar barre chords are essential guitar techniques. In this guitar lesson, Tony Polecastro shows you tips for how to make barre chords much easier in 3 easy steps PLUS a bonus technique tip that will blow your mind. And last but not least, you'll get a barre chord exercise at the end that will help you incorporate barre chord technique into your practice routine!
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If you would like to gain full access to all our Guitar Teaching Materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher Site and take a free tour: http://www.secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb/Beginner/4BTIwwRYYpE/129864916-whats-that-buzzing-sound.php Here's an abridged transcript of the video: Do your notes and chords sound a bit like this? When what you would rather hear is perhaps more something like this This can be quite frustrating. You’re shown this diagram for a C chord for example And you dutifully do what it says… Placing your first finger here, your second finger here and your third finger here strum the chord …or pick it… and it sounds nothing like what you hear when you are listening to more experienced players. Well the devil’s in the detail. And in this case there are three likely causes of the problem. Firstly it is important to know just what you are trying to do when you place your fingers on a string on the fret board. You are trying to pin the string firmly enough against the fretwire to stop the string vibrating cleanly at that point. It’s vital to appreciate that it’s the contact between fretwire and string that counts. So my first tip is to always place your fingers as close to the fretwire as possible. That means here… …rather than here . Notice even a fraction of an inch difference and the sound quality deteriorates . Beginners often try to get round this problem of optimum finger positioning by pressing extremely hard with all their fingers all the time. …Notice the finger nails going a deathly white colour…as I drain all the blood from them with the force I am trying to apply. This is one of the reasons beginners so often complain that their fingers are hurting! So - practice with each chord shape you have learnt. Firstly getting the fingers right behind the frets and then adjusting the amount of pressure to use on each finger. The right amount of pressure is the least that you can get away with and still get a nice sound. The next problem that causes string buzz is when one finger unintentionally interferes with a neighbouring string. That’s what is happening here with this open G string. It is just being lightly touched by the underside of the finger on the D string . And the remedy for this is normally just to be a bit more precise with the positioning of this finger. Notice that I have a bit of room this side so a slight adjustment in this direction ensures that the G string is freed up to ring cleanly Now, we all have different sizes and shapes of fingertip. So sometimes it is necessary to hunt around a bit for the optimum angle of approach to make sure the finger doesn’t interfere with the strings on either side. A good tip is to experiment with using more the edge of the tip of the finger tuck your elbow in to get the fingers pointing more along the fret board like this. A less common cause of the buzzing problem can come from the edge of the hand. This is almost always going to affect just the top string on the guitar. And the remedy here is just to rotate the whole hand position, pushing out the wrist like this… so that you allow some fresh air and daylight between the hand and the neck of the guitar. OK so the end result of attending to each of these three possible causes of the problem is nice clean chords - yep even C chords and F chords can sound clean. And playing the strings one at a time like this is the best way to test that you have the optimum fingering position for each chord shape. Listen as you practice and keep making minute adjustments until making clean chords and notes becomes a habit. If you found this little video useful, please click on the ‘Like’ button or leave a comment and do feel free to share the video with your friends. And if you’d like to gain full access to all our guitar teaching materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher website and take a free look round at what’s available there. See you again soon!
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In this lesson, you'll learn a step-by-step approach to learning the common guitar chords fast. When we're done you'll be able to apply the system immediately to learning to play chords quickly and easily. This system has worked for hundreds of students and it will save you time and frustration. Get your Personalized Guitar Training Plan https://www.tomasmichaud.com/checklist After completing this easy 5-minute exercise you’ll get a PDF download tailored for YOU with a clear roadmap, personalized information, and links to achieve your guitar playing goals. Save yourself many months of learning time and a ton of frustration. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/tomas6750 MORE LESSONS & TIPS: https://www.tomasmichaud.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/realguitarschool/
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If you would like to gain full access to all our Guitar Teaching Materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher Site and take a free tour: http://www.secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=404 Here's the transcript of the video: In this mini-lesson we'll take a look at how you can use diminished seventh chords as linking chords. Please check out the printout that comes with this lesson for help with chord shapes you may need to work with it. In the last couple of lessons we concentrated on replacing non-diatonic chords with diminished chords rooted a semitone higher or inversions using the same notes. Now we'll look at the idea of adding diminished seventh chords to existing sequences to help smooth out transitions between the main diatonic chords. A nice simple rule is that we can use a diminished seventh to link between any two chords that are rooted one tone apart on the diatonic series. Let's explain what that means exactly. Here's the scale of C Major. Let's just play that straight up the Fifth String as a nice visible example. Now if we harmonise this scale, a subject we cover on part two of the theory course, we get this series of chords: C Dm Em F G Am Bdim (triad) and C Remember that no matter what key we do this in the types of chords always come out in this particular order: Major Minor Minor Major Major Minor Diminished Major Another way of looking at it: Chords 1 4 and 5 are Major Chords 2 3 and 6 Minor; Chord 7 is the odd one out, being a diminished triad chord. OK, so a song in the key of C major is likely to use mostly chords from the diatonic series of C major. What I want you to notice is that I can add in diminished seventh chords anywhere in the diatonic series where there is a gap of a tone between the chords root notes. So if somewhere in a chord sequence there's a C followed by a Dm I can add in a C#diminished 7th. Hear what a nice smooth link that makes? The same goes for a sequence that has Dm followed by Em. A D# dim 7 works nicely here. There's no gap between Em and F so we leave that. And our next opportunity comes between F and G....where an F# dim7 works well. Then between G and Am we can use a G# dim 7 and between Am and B dim we can use a Bb dim. So that's a really nice simple way of slipping diminished chords into chord sequences that perhaps need a little bit of something to make them more interesting. And here's a tip as to the best way to practice this. This is actually a great exercise to help cement your music theory basics at the same time. Simply pick a key - let's say E Major for example. Then pick a string to find your root notes on - let's keep it simple and pick the E string. You can then play your Major scale up and down that string to get your bearings... then follow this with playing the diatonic series. So in this case that's E major F#m G#m A major B major C#m D#dim and E major again. Then play it again adding the diminished chords in between the diatonic chords wherever there's a gap of one whole tone. You can come back down again exactly the same way. You can try this exercise in different keys using different strings for root notes. For example let's try the key of Bb using the fifth string for our roots. Finally, everything we have discussed in this lesson where, for the sake of simplicity we have demonstrated using three note chords, can also be applied to four note chords. This will be of interest mostly to Jazz players. So in the case of C Major... ...instead of C Dm Em F G Am Bdim. Our diatonic series reads: CMaj7 Dm7 Em7 FMaj7 G7 Am7 Bm7b5 and CMaj7th But the same principle of adding the diminished 7ths applies - in fact I think one could argue that it works even better.
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If you would like to gain full access to all our Guitar Teaching Materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher Site and take a free tour: http://secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb/Advanced/b-rg_cW8AzA/112932812-how-do-i-make-diminished-chords-1.php SECRET SOUND BITE A1 How do I make diminished chords? Diminished chords, or to give them their proper name - diminished seventh chords come in useful in several different ways. But unless you are an old hand, you may feel that they are rather complicated to understand, and therefore difficult to learn to use. Well luckily, nothing could be further from the truth! Because, although it is fair to say that the theoretical aspects of diminished chords sound complicated when we guitar teachers try to explain them, in practical terms they are actually nice and easy to work with. Making them, finding them, and using them to spice up your chord sequences, as well as improvising over them, are all easy, if you know a few simple tricks. In this, the first in a series of short lessons on diminished and half-diminished chords, I want to show you the relationship between the dominant seventh chord and the diminished seventh chord. Because I think understanding this alone, is half the battle won. Let me show you a neat trick. There are just three steps to this. First, take a look at these familiar beginner’s chords: A7... D7th … and E7th… Now to keep this simple, make sure you are playing them as four-note chords like this… Notice that in this configuration there is just one of each of the chord tones - root 3rd, 5th and flatted 7th - and if you have studied our lessons on the CAGED system, you won’t be surprised that the root note for this A shaped chord is found on the A string. Likewise, for this D7 shape the root note is on the D string. And for the E shape the root note is on the E string. So step 1 is to play one of these dominant seventh chord shapes. And step 2 is: locate the root note. Step 3 is simply to sharpen the root note By doing this we turn A7 into A#dim7th Or D7th into D#dim7th Or E7th into Fdim7th And as these are all movable chord shapes, this means we suddenly have the means of playing dim7th chords rooted off any of the bottom three strings. We just have to get into the habit of thinking of the dominant 7th chord rooted one semitone or half step below the chord we are looking for. Then sharpening the root note. So here are three possible ways of playing C# dim 7 for example. In the next Secret Soundbite in this series, we’ll take a quick look at the theory behind this relationship. But I have to warn you that, as mentioned in the introduction to this lesson, the theory is not as straightforward as the practice! So I recommend spending a bit of time just working with this trick and making yourself familiar with these three movable diminished shapes and learning to use that connection between the dominant 7th shape one fret lower. If you found this little video useful, please click on the ‘Like’ button and do feel free to share the video with your friends. And if you’d like to gain full access to all our guitar teaching materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher website and take a free look round at what’s available there. See you again soon!
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Play Sunny chords and melody together. Final touches using fills. Fingerpicking patterns, bass notes and chord fragments. From the Secret Guitar Teacher Site: http://secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=1179 Video script: In this lesson we are going to put the finishing touches to our integrated version of Bobby Hebb's Sunny by putting in some fills. By fills we mean sounds, other than the basic chord and melody, that help fill the music out and give it a sense of flow. To do this I am really using a combination four basic ideas - repeating bass notes here and there adding a little texture by using fragments of simple finger picking patterns throwing in the odd stray note from within the chords and maybe the odd fragment of chord, strummed or plucked here and there as well . If you stick to this range of ideas, you will stay fairly safe and what you play will sound harmonious. However there are three fundamental rules to follow. The first is to stay in time...allow yourself to incorporate these ideas within the existing rhythmic framework of the song. Be careful not to add time to a bar to fit in your fills nor to shorten the length of a bar . Keeping your foot tapping, or playing along to a metronome helps with this. Secondly, make sure you make the melody notes just a little stronger than the fill notes. This way the melody stands out nice and clearly rather than getting buried by the fills. Thirdly, don't shy away from improvising the melody slightly if it helps with the overall effect. Of course there is a bit of artistic judgement involved here - but the trick is to listen to how a good singer interprets a well known song - they rarely sing it note for note, how it was originally written. They usually alter the phrasing, timing and actual pitch of notes in some cases to impose their own style on a song. To help get you kick started I am going to play through my version of the song at slow tempo and allow you a close up view of both my fretting and picking hands. I think it's important to emphasize that I don't want you necessarily to try to copy my ideas note for note. Rather to get the general drift of what I am doing to connect the melody and chords together. Actually I don't think I ever play something like this the same way twice anyway! Do be prepared to spend many hours developing your own version of this - especially if this is your first attempt to play in this integrated style. And please let me know how you get on with it.
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Download your free Gypsy Jazz Crash Course here: Free Download ➜ http://www.gypsyjazzcrashcourse.com and check out my Gypsy Jazz Songbook Series here: ➜ http://gypsyjazzguitarnow.com Soloing Over 'All Of Me' With Chords It adds so much to your solos when you add chordal inversions and in this video I'll teach you some ideas to get you going with over the tune 'All Of Me'. So you need to learn some new voicings for the basic chords of 'All Of Me' which are C, E7, A7, Dm, Am, D7, G7, F, Fm, A7. Once you have these shapes, played usually on the top 4 strings of the guitar, then you're in business! Watch the video and check out which inversions I choose for each of the chords of 'All Of Me'. I walk through the chord changes and show you options for each chord. Using these kind of chords in your solo sound great especially towards the end of your solo or when you want to add more power and drive. Here's a guide to each of the chords I use in the video lesson: C Major. - This is a nice chunky inversion of C major. G-C-E-A - usually used when you play rhythm it can also sound really powerful in your solo. For the E7 we'll use a diminished shape on the 12th fret which you can slide down every 3 frets. This is a sure way to play over a dominant 7th by using diminished. Check out the two options for A7. 1st is a diminished shape with extended pinky and second a hip sounding A7#9 For D minor the Dm9 inversion up on the 10th fret always sounds cool. You can use this same shape on the 5th fret for Am9. For D7 I use the top of a D13 shape on the 10th fret. Going into Dm is nice using a minor 2-5-1..that's Em7-5, A7, Dm Dm. This inversion down in open position sounds great! A-F-A-B F major D-G-C F6 to Fm a couple possibilities. C down to A you can use that 13th shape on the 8th fret sliding down to 5th fret A7. There's many more but this will give you some starters to get going. Swing Out! Robin If you have a question about gypsy jazz just zap me a email: [email protected]
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Everybody find Diminished chords troublesome to play over, but actually it is not as difficult as you think. In this video I will go over how I improvise over a diminished chord and give you the tools and knowledge to add it to your guitar solos. The trick is to reccognize the different types of diminished chords that you encounter and use the ones that are easy to play on to get used to the more difficult to handle. 🔴 Subscribe for more free Jazz Guitar Lessons and Videos: https://bit.ly/JensLessons ☑️ Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jenslarsen/ ✅DOWNLOAD A FREE E-BOOK with 15 II Valt I licks! Sign up for my newsletter: http://jenslarsen.nl/sign-up-for-my-newsletter/ You can download a PDF and read the article on my blog via this link: https://jenslarsen.nl/secret-play-diminished-chords/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenslarsenYTlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/JensLJazz Snapchat: jenslarsenjazz Instagram: https://instagram.com/jenslarsenjazz/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+JensLarsen/posts/p/pub Tumblr: http://jenslarsenjazz.tumblr.com/ My Gear: Sono Core Vintage 13-53 Strings: http://www.sono-tone.com/products.html QSC K10 Powered Monitor: http://amzn.to/2iPKMza FocusRite Audio Interface: http://amzn.to/2iPKGrd Sennheiser HD215 Headphones: http://amzn.to/2iPKqbQ Lumix G6 Camera: http://amzn.to/2hXxBfJ GuitarPro 6: http://amzn.to/2iLCZQk Webhosting - Siteground: https://www.siteground.com/index.htm?afcode=77f5392e5577969ff5e82a3484f8aff8 John Daw Custom picks: http://dawmanpicks.com/
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