Learn guitar With The One Chord Method
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This course goes through a unique system for playing the guitar. The one-chord method. Using only one chord, you can learn to play almost any song. As a teacher of guitar I have spent much time gradually figuring out this simple system, which will allow you to learn songs quicker, and easier than ever before.
Learn The Only Chord You’ll Ever Need
Understand the one-chord method
Apply it to find any major or minor chord
Find the chords from the songs that you love
Play hundreds of famous songs – all with only one chord
Never worry about memorizing chord charts again.
Using this method, the world of music can open up to you. There are easily thousands of songs that can be leaned using this simple system. Once you have mastered the one chord system you can go out and confidently tackle whatever songs that you may wish to play. People that can quickly and easily play any chord have a great advantage playing in bands, or as solo performers.
We start from the basics of getting the fingers moving easily and independently. From there we start to work on developing the only chord that you need to know. We do this by working up to it in several steps – gradually building up the strength and ability to play the entire chord cleanly. You will apply the one-chord as you go, working through a few examples of songs and using the chord to figure them out.
Once you have the system mastered, we examine the one-chord with a critical eye and uncover some of the weaknesses of the system. From understanding the weaknesses, we will add two small modifications to the system, which will unlock huge possibilities in your choice of how to play a song. Having these choices allows you to take a song and play it in the way that you want.
You will walk away from this course with only one chord. But, more importantly, the knowledge to use this one chord to play thousands of songs.