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The First 100 Chords for Guitar: How to Learn and Play Guitar Chords: The Complete Beginner Guitar Method (Essential Guitar Methods)

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Master Essential Guitar Chords and Establish Good Habits for a Lifetime

 

Discover how to play every essential chord on guitarUnderstand how chords work togetherBuild chord progressions and master strummingUnderstand chord theory and constructionInstantly apply and use chords to make songs

 

The First 100 Chords for Guitarists

 

Are you struggling to learn guitar chords?Would you like an effective way to memorize, play and combine chords to make music on the guitar?Do you want to confidently strum rhythms the right way?Do you want to build perfect practice habits that will stay with you for a lifetime?

 

The First 100 Chords for Guitar will teach you to correctly fret, strum and combine the essential chords in music to become a better musician, quickly and easily. 

Here’s What You Get:

 

A complete course, building from the first essential guitar chords to help you memorize, understand and apply chords musically.A proven practice routine that helps you build muscle memory, great technique and musical knowledge.Understanding of how to play chords the right way, and the theory of how they are constructedOne instant trick to teach your fingers how to move – subconsciously

 

Bonus One: Learn to link chords together in a truly unique, musical way. Linking chords means practice is always fun as you explore creative ideas.

Bonus Two: A complete guide to essential strumming patterns on guitar.

 

Are you Missing Part of the Puzzle?

 

Most guitar beginners know a few chords but few actually understand that it is quick and easy to expand that vocabulary into hundreds of chords and colors.

The First 100 Chords for Guitar is not simply a cold list of chords, it’s a complete guitar method for beginners that teaches you how to practice for a lifetime of good guitar habits.

From the most basic chords, right through to some rich and exciting advanced voicings, you will be guided in small friendly steps. Throughout, there is an emphasis on using the correct fingers, changing chords smoothly, building great technique and developing creativity.

Test Yourself!  At the end of each chapter, the newly introduced chords are combined into real-life chord progressions. 

How to Practice! – Also included is a detailed ‘How to Practice’ section along with dedicated chapters on Essential Strumming Patterns and some Chord Theory.

 

Hear it!

Learning chords from paper is one thing, but once you hear how to apply them, they become music. The First 100 Chords for Guitarists contains many supporting audio examples to help you get inside the music, and quickly apply every new chord in a musical situation.

Get the audio for free from our dedicated website.

 

This book is Free on Kindle Unlimited

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Comments

Anonymous says:

An excellent high-level treatment of chords. I am an intermediate classical player, and like a lot of learning classical guitarists I haven’t paid a lot of attention to a study of the structure, use, and playing techniques related to chords. I’ve browsed a few books on learning chords. I like this one more than most because it gets right to the point, it introduces chords in a readily understandable technical frame of reference (theory) that brings a whole lot of stuff together in my mind. I know the frets very well, but never had an…

Anonymous says:

A foolproof method for learning chords, practicing changes and building rhythm on guitar I picked up the guitar, along with Joseph Alexander’s Beginner’s Guess Lessons, a couple of months ago. Having taken a long hiatus from playing, except for a few failed and frustrating attempts to rush into all the material I knew ten or more years ago, I was thrilled with the author’s teaching style and the quick progress I made. The First 100 Chords for Guitar is a fine extension for continuing my practice.The material in the first two chapters is similar to what is covered in…

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