This video is all about functional harmony and chord substitutions. I explain functional harmony in general and then show how songwriters can use it to find chord substitutions.
Weekly Lesson #68
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This is a rootless voicings guitar lesson - a comprehensive guide to rootless chords for guitar players.
Weekly Lesson #67
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This week's lesson is a comprehensive rootless voicings guitar...
This week's lesson is on guitar inverted chords and I explain the real meaning behind guitar chord inversions
Weekly Lesson #64
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There's a common misconception about guitar inverted chords....
This week’s lesson is on chromatic guitar chords. What do the songs Blackbird, On the Road Again, and Creep all have in common? They all use chromatic chords called secondary dominant chords!
Weekly Lesson #63
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In this lesson I’m gonna show you some cool guitar chords.
Specifically, we’re gonna take some normal guitar chords and replace them with interesting, beautiful, dreamy, cool guitar chords.
It’s like that show extreme makeover, but with guitar chords.
This video features a songwriting tip taken from the song In My Life by The Beatles. In the song, John Lennon takes the tonic chord of the key and makes it a 3rd inversion dominant 7 chord. This is a great chord option to keep in mind for writing interesting chord progressions that stand out.
In this songwriting lesson I do a full songwriting process walkthrough from scratch using an awesome chord progression composing tip that creates unique and interesting chords.
I talk about chord voicings, voice leading, and the importance of knowing what melody you're singing on the fretboard...
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