You’ve been introduced to, by end of Lesson #15: A, Am, A7, Bb, B, B7 (2 kinds), Bm, C, Cm, C7, D, Dm, D7 (2 kinds), Em, E7, F, F#m, F7 (2 kinds), G, Gm7, Gm, G7, G dim. Still to go: Fm and the diminished chords. (remember, you’ve already learned the G dim, and soon you’ll learn that this shape has a few other names. So, in a way, you are a third of the way there! Sort of!)
Last week, we reviewed Gm7, Gm, F7, and the barred B7. We learned how to study a new song for the difficult bits, isolate them, then do chord change exercises over and over till the cows come home; THEN go back and do the whole song. We started on tablature!
This week, we’ll get a couple new chords in: F#m and Bm. Please download I Can See Clearly Now, Til I Kissed Ya, and Whiskey in the Jar for these chords. I do believe we’ll use the slap method on that Bm. F#m is exactly the same shape as G7, just moved closer to your nose!