The Easy Way To Learn Guitar Chords
There are so many different guitar chords you can learn that
as a beginner it can be very confusing. The easy way to learn
guitar chords is by choosing sets of chords that go together.
If you are new to music what this means is that all the chords
can be grouped into Keys That mean they will always work
What Are The Easiest Chords To Play On The Guitar?
The easiest set of 3 chords for you to learn as a complete
beginner are A, E and D. These are all chords that work
together in the key of A major. The reason I always start with
these chords is that the fingers remain close to each other and
there is little movement from one chord to the next. So you can
very quickly have a chord sequence going.
Can I Add More Chords To These?
The next chords I recomend are the minor chords Am, Em, and
Dm. Again these will all fit in with the first set and you can
start experimenting with the order you play them in. You can
find the fingerings for these chords by downloading my
guitar chord chart.
The Next Key To Play.
After the key of A you should learn the main chords in the
key of G. They are G, C and D. You will also find arrangements
where the chord of A will fit in with these chords. There is a
classic chord sequence that is used in many songs that uses the
chords G, A, C and back to G. George Harrison used it in "Isn't
It A Pity". The chords of G and C are a bit more of a stretch
but they are very inportant ones to learn early. There is a
video showing how they should be played on one of the
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