Master Barre Chords – Minor & Major – 1

In this session we will learn two very common barre chord shapes. One major and one minor. These shapes will open a whole new world of possibilities for your guitar playing.

Beginner Level
17 lessons
67 minutes of video lessons

You will learn about the theory behind barre chords. We will talk about the root notes and relationship of theses barre chords to the open chords. We will learn the names of the chords in all 12 positions. Through a series of the exercises I will show you have to work on memorising these guitar chords, and how to work on transition between them.

These lessons could be quite difficult to master, but it is really fun to work on challenging stuff like barre chords! Remember we are not looking for instant results, the goal is to work on these exercises for extended period of time – 2 months, half year, as much time as you need. Our goal is simple, to make you very versatile and flexible guitarist.Have fun!

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Module 1Master Barre Chords - Minor & Major part 1 
Unit 1Introduction - the root note concept and movable shapes
Unit 2AV PRESENTATION - the root note concept and movable shapes
Unit 3Reference lesson - root note on the 5th string - 12 minor chords
Unit 4AV PRESENTATION - Reference lesson - Minor
Unit 5QUIZ – What is the name of this chord? MINOR
Unit 6Major barre chord with the root note on the 6th string
Unit 7AV PRESENTATION - Major barre chord with the root note on the 6th string
Unit 8Reference lesson – root note on the 6th string – 12 major chords
Unit 9AV PRESENTATION – Reference lesson - Major
Unit 10QUIZ – What is the name of this chord? MAJOR
Unit 113 ways of working with barre chords
Unit 12How to practice barre chords - Example 1 and 2 - Am shape - important practicing tips
Unit 13Exercise 3 - E shape
Unit 14Exercise 4 - Mixing both barre shapes
Unit 15Exercise 5 - Mixing barre and open chords - part 1
Unit 16Exercise 6 - Mixing barre and open chords - part 2
Unit 17Conclusion

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