Filling In All the Other Chords

In This Chapter

  • Playing power chords
  • Defining suspended chords
  • The seven types of seventh chords
  • Sixth chords and ninth chords
  • Elevenths, thirteenths, and more

Most guitarists learn chords by reading chord charts or having another guitarist show them new chords. And this way of learning is good up to the point where you realize that not every chord is on a chord chart (or at least the chord charts to which you have access) or that your friends don’t know a particular chord you want to know.

But you already know about how and where to find notes on your fretboard, and you also now know how to construct ...

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