Volume 4 Lessons
This volume covers the three basic chord families, connecting Major and minor scales, 12 Bar Blues, and strumming techniques
The D minor Chord
This lesson will cover the D minor open chord and how it can be applied to chord progressions in the key of C.
F Major and B Major Chords
This lesson will cover the chords of F and B Major and how they relate to different keys.
Connecting Major and Minor Scales
This lesson covers Major and Relative minor scales and how to connect them. The theory behind it and application are also discussed.
12 Bar Blues Exercise
In this lesson we will extend on the 12 bar blues riff we already know and work on a different picking technique with our right hand.
The Three Major Chord Families
This lesson will discuss the three major chord families and introduce some new dominant 7 open chords. E7, A7, and D7 chords are covered
Applying Dominant 7 Chords
In this lesson you will learn how to apply dominant 7 chords to the 12 bar blues pattern. We will also cover a way to end the 12 bar blues with a single note riff.
Combining Strums with Arpeggios
In this lesson we will cover ways to incorporate arpeggios and broken chords into your strumming pattern.
More On Strumming
In this lesson we will cover more strumming patterns using chords in the key of C. We will also learn a little trick to help you transition from chord to chord more seamlessly.
Major Scale in Thirds
In this lesson you will learn how to play the major scale in 3rds. This is a great exercise to help with fingering and right hand picking.