Conclusion of #11: Intro’d Chords: A, A7, Am, Bb ( a bug in your ear: Bb’s shape played on the 2nd fret is “B”; played on the 3rd fret is 2nd position “C”, which you’ll hear referred to as: “Playing chords up the neck”), B7, C, C7, D, D7 (two kinds), Dm, E7, Em, F, G, G7. Basic chords in Key of C: (C, F, G/G7, Am) Key of F: (F, Bb, C/C7, Dm) & Key of G (G, C, D/D7, Em). Strums: single, double, Chattanooga.
Last week, you folks played very well, especially Don’t Worry Be Happy! Good on ya! Bb was given its due, D minor (Dm) was introduced.
This week, let’s start with 8 strums of each intro’d chord: A, A7, Am, Bb, B7, C, C7, D, D7, Dm, Em, F, G, G7. If you can, do a Chattanooga for your strum. If not, try for a double strum.
You know basic chords in three keys, lets do 4 strums of each, in each key:
Key of C: C, F, G, G7, Am
Key of F: F, Bb, C, C7, Dm
Key of G: G, C, D, D7, Em
Strum practice songs: 1) Am// C// A// G7// Am// F// G7// Am/ repeat
2) Bb//// F//// Dm//// C//// Bb//// F//// Dm// C// F/
3/ Dm//// ///// C//// //// Dm//// //// C//// Dm/ Dm/