• Lesson 5.1 - How To Read A Chord Grid

  • Lesson 5.2 - Blocking Out Strings

  • Lesson 5.3 - The Open G Major Chord

  • Lesson 5.4 - The Open C Major Chord

  • Lesson 5.5 - The Open D Major Chord

  • Lesson 5.6 - Putting G, C, and D Together

  • Lesson 5.7 - Common Tones + The Cadd9 Chord

  • Practice 5.1 - Sequence: G, C, G, C

  • Practice 5.2 - Sequence: D, G, D, G

  • Practice 5.3 - Sequence: C, D, C, D

  • Practice 5.4 - Sequence: D, Cadd9, D, Cadd9

  • Practice 5.5 - Sequence: G, D, Cadd9, D

  • Practice 5.6 - Sequence: G, C, D, C, G

  • Practice 5.7 - Sequence: G, Cadd9, D, G

  • Practice 5.8 - 8th Notes

+ Split Lessons
  • Lesson 5.1 - How To Read A Chord Grid

  • Lesson 5.2 - Blocking Out Strings

  • Lesson 5.3 - The Open G Major Chord

  • Lesson 5.4 - The Open C Major Chord

  • Lesson 5.5 - The Open D Major Chord

  • Lesson 5.6 - Putting G, C, and D Together

  • Lesson 5.7 - Common Tones + The Cadd9 Chord

+ Full Song
  • Practice 5.1 - Sequence: G, C, G, C

  • Practice 5.2 - Sequence: D, G, D, G

  • Practice 5.3 - Sequence: C, D, C, D

  • Practice 5.4 - Sequence: D, Cadd9, D, Cadd9

  • Practice 5.5 - Sequence: G, D, Cadd9, D

  • Practice 5.6 - Sequence: G, C, D, C, G

  • Practice 5.7 - Sequence: G, Cadd9, D, G

  • Practice 5.8 - 8th Notes

Song Tablature

Chord diagrams are a simple way to visualize exactly how a chord is fingered on the guitar fretboard. The six vertical lines represent the six strings on a guitar; the horizontal lines represent frets, except for the top line which is the nut of the guitar.

+ Lesson Info

Song Tablature

Chord diagrams are a simple way to visualize exactly how a chord is fingered on the guitar fretboard. The six vertical lines represent the six strings on a guitar; the horizontal lines represent frets, except for the top line which is the nut of the guitar.

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