The First Stage Guitar Chord Chart: Learn How to Play the Most Commonly Played Guitar Chords! Paperback – Jun 1 2006
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"Finally, an enjoyable method to learning to play guitar. Chris Lopez makes the complex appear simple." -- Russ Hucek - Kradle, Inc. - Oct 1998
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A handy guide for the beginning guitar player! Includes simple and easy to understand information on learning to play guitar. Practice chord combinations....plus much more! You will discover that this learn to play guitar chord chart will not overwhelm you with more than you need to know at this early stage of learning to play guitar, however will provide you with only the essential guitar chords in a simplified method. You will find that by focusing and learning the most commonly played guitar chords, you will be on your way to playing the songs you enjoy as well as your own creations a lot sooner. "Finally, an enjoyable method to learning to play guitar. Chris Lopez makes the complex appear simple." (Russ Hucek - Kradle, Inc. - Oct 1998)
Top Customer Reviews
Then I found this booklet, which was 8 pages long, but it seemed quite complete and very simply to follow and understand.
We basically have chord diagrams with four types of A chords, four types of E chords, four types of D chords, etc... We have the most common and used 48 chords, and an interesting aspect is that it always tells you which chords go well with other chords.
It means that you can learn the chords by simply copying the diagrams and then create your chord progression for a song you want to compose. A very useful tool to compose your first songs for acoustic or electric guitar.
There is also a guide for chord progressions, in case you don't even want to create your own and just want to follow instructions and learn new things.
I am sure there must be more complete books around, but if you basically want to learn a few more chords, learn about chord progressions and maybe compose your first songs, this cheap booklet is almost a must.
This booklet is rightly priced, it contains valuable info and is presented in a simply to understand format. Maybe later I will go for a more complete book on chords, with all those thousands of chords, but right now I am very happy with my choice!
Most recent customer reviews
An excellent reference for basic chords!
From Mark John Sternal
Author of "GUITAR: Total Scales Techniques and Applications"
"GUITAR: Probable... Read more
This is a very handy chord reference guide to have available for a quick check on a chord you are practicing. Read morePublished on Sept. 28 1999
There is much more to this chord chart than the most commonly played guitar chords, it also shows you how to make up your own chord arrangements and plenty of practice chord... Read morePublished on May 29 1999