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Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 3

Prabir Jana, Instructor

Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 3

Prabir Jana, Instructor

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18 Lessons (1h 13m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:07
    • 2. What is chord

      2:20
    • 3. How to construct Major chords

      4:41
    • 4. How construct Minor chords

      3:33
    • 5. How to convert a Major chords into Minor chords

      1:58
    • 6. How to read guitar chord diagram

      4:07
    • 7. How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 1

      6:58
    • 8. How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 2

      3:01
    • 9. How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 3

      2:57
    • 10. How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 1

      3:26
    • 11. How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 2

      2:39
    • 12. How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 3

      1:47
    • 13. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 1

      9:34
    • 14. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 2

      7:06
    • 15. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 3

      4:48
    • 16. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 4

      7:36
    • 17. Practice Tips

      4:34
    • 18. Conclusion

      1:09
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Guitar Course With a Proven Step By Step Learning Method

  • You need no prior knowledge
  • You Just Need a Guitar to start with.  
  • Recommendation:  Please go through my Module 1 and Module 2 of beginner level

Welcome to Absolute Beginner Guitar Lesson Easy Step By Step - Module 3.

The main focus of this module is to introduce you with Guitar chords and also the music theory behind the guitar chords. In this module I have explained all the guitar chords which we need to learn in beginner level.  All the tips and technics to hold, play and shifting guitar chords. The complete syllabus of this module 3 listed below.

What you'll learn from this module.

  •  Course Introduction
  •  What is chord?
  •  How to construct Major chords
  •  How construct Minor chords
  •  How to convert a  Major chords into Minor chords
  •  How to read guitar chord diagram.
  •  How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 1
  •  How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 2
  •  How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 3
  •  How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 1
  •  How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 2
  •  How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 3
  •  How to Change/Shifting  chords smoothly with example 1
  •  How to Change/Shifting  chords smoothly with example 2
  •  How to Change/Shifting  chords smoothly with example 3
  •  How to Change/Shifting  chords smoothly with example 4
  •  Practice Tips
  •  Conclusion

All these videos are all straight to the point and clearly broken down for you. THERE IS NO EXTRA TALKING on the videos.

Thanks for taking the time to look at this course. My ultimate goal is to provide you the structured guitar lessons in a Easy Step by Step Method breaking into modules.

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Hello, My Name is Prabir Jana. Professionally I am a software engineer having more than 12 years of experience in IT industry. Same time I am a guitar instructor too, and over the years I tried to figure out how to make guitar learning an enjoyable experience. I love teaching, thus to reach out to more students I created my YouTube channel that has 11000+ subscribers. And I am sure you will also be benefited from these well structured & well organized courses.

I am playing Guitar since 16 years and teaching guitar since 2009. I am also a music composer and love to play other musical instruments like Ukulele and Melodica. I have performed as a lead vocalist and guitarist of my college band and have won many prizes for my college.

I love teaching and my aim is to provide ver... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hi there. I want to welcome you to this Absolute Beginner Guitar. Listen EG, state-by-state module three goes, I hope you have gone through my model one and module two course before coming into this module three equals, if you haven't yet checked my model one and model two course, I would like to request and recommend you please take my module one and module two, Cosby boat coming into this model three, you can search through my name that is prevision RNA, or you can says through the course and then that is absolute beginner. You tell this energy state-by-state module one, module two. Or you can go to my profile where you will get all my courses there. I would like to request you please follow these courses sequence ways which will be helping you to understand and practice better. If you start in between, you might get confused or it might be a little tougher for you to understand. So please follow the lesson series ways first module one and module two then module Creek. Now let me explain you what we're going to learn in this module three or beginner level, we'll be learning courts will be learning all the courts which we need to learn in beginner limit. And also we'll be learning the music theory behind this code. I'm sure you'll enjoy learning these lessons. Thanks for watching and hopefully see whether site. 2. What is chord: So as I have told in the introduction six and that we're going to learn, caught in this Module three. Okay? So before we learn anything about chord, let me tell you first what is God, okay, it chord is the layering of several tones played simultaneously. Or we can say the code where we play more than one string at a time. Like this is E major chord. Okay, so you can see here, I have played more than one string at a time. And also I have played more than one note at a time. I'm holding more than one note at a time and playing. Ok. So now let me tell you why we will be playing courts. Ok, so why do we need to learn courts? Okay, why the code is essential in music, Okay, so it caught generally we play to accompany any singer. Singer is singing a song and we are playing the courts in background, Okay? So it actually complement the song. Or we can say we play cards, okay, to accompany any meal, GCM or instrumentalist, okay? Or we can say we play chords in the background music. Okay? A chord can be played in different instrument like guitar, keyboard, piano, take different, different instrument. We can play chords, okay? So we'll be learning here guitar chords, okay? So, and there are several types of chord like major chord, minor chord, major seven, minor seven, dominant seventh, augmented chord, suspended chord, extended code. So like this, we have different, different type of code, okay? And this beginner level we'll be learning measure courts and minor chords. When you go to intermediate level, advanced level, that ten will be learning all other admins level cards, okay? So mostly 90% of the songs are played in all major court and minor chords. Okay? And sometimes composers or maybe ECNs use the seven chord, dominant chord, augmented chord, okay, suspended chord to give me a bitter pill to the music, or to give a little different sound to the music. Okay, so those are very rarely used. Okay, so hence, in the beginner level will be concentrating only on the major course in minor chords. Okay? So I hope you have understood what is God. Okay, so thanks for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 3. How to construct Major chords: In this lesson, we are going to learn how to construct major chords, okay, which is very important while before playing any cords, we should understand how these courts have been constructed or the theory behind these chords, okay, how to build a major chords, okay? So before we construct a measure costs, we need to know what are the nodes comes in major scales, OK? Because promptness scales, we construct the chord. Okay? We need to know what are the nodes comes in mazes skills. Okay, so I hope you have gone through my module, two quotes. Okay, that is very important because without learning how to construct a scale, we can never learn how to construct a course we could from scales that Coursera bid. Okay, so we need to learn how to construct scale first that I have already explained clearly, Ok, how to construct major skills, how to construct minor scale. And I have constructed many scales there. I hope you have gone through the module to Andy, we're coming to module three. If you haven't yet checked, I would seriously recommend you. Please go and learn. My module two goes completely okay, so it doesn't take much time to learn, okay? Just take once or twice, you'll be able to understand everything. Then if you learn this, it will be easier for you. Ok, so now let me take a major chord and explain you how to construct measure courts. Ok. So this is E major chord. So now let me explain you how to construct this image records. Okay, so what are the nodes and holding it, okay, how this email courts have been built. Okay, So let us learn it because they said, to construct any measure, of course we need to know what are the nodes in that particular scale. So we need to learn. So suppose I am holding E-major chord. So to build this E major chord, we need to know what are the nodes come in E major scale, okay? So from scale we will develop a chord, okay, so in the image is killed and notes are ie, if serves G sub a, B, C sub d sub e, two, these are the nodes in images scale. Ok, so now till I'll tell you the formula of constructing major chords, okay, so rootNode, third node NPV, note Peter, the three-note which makes the measured courts. So the first notice e here, and third note is G. So, and the fifth note is B. Ok? So E, G and B naught construct e major chord. Okay? So now let me explain you practically in the return so that the nodes which AM holding. Okay. So these note I'm holding the second fret of fifth string, a string and second fret of the fourth string, that is D-string, and first fret of thirsting, that is g string. Okay? You can see in the diagram two. Ok. So now let us identify which at least known. Ok. So these note, the note that is second fret of a string is nothing but B. Ok, how it is B? Because the opening is a. If I, if I hold the first frayed, that becomes a sub and this is second fit means it is b, a is a, b, OK. And so underneath Node is second fret of the D string. Second fret of the fourth string, okay, so that, that is ie, how it is E, because the open is d, then if we hold this node frustrate, then it become d sub. So the next note is if I hold that is e, ok? So d, d sub e, Okay, so what are the node I am holding now? I'm holding B and D, B and E here, okay? And what is this node? The first fret of the third string, that is g string, that is g sub node. Okay, how would induce or because the open at G, Then if I press the first printing become g. So the very next note of g in G. So, okay, so if you both through my model two-course, then only you can understand these. So I request you please go through my model. I hope you have gone through. If you haven't, please go through my model two-course, then you come to this lesson. Ok, so we're holding with the second finger I'm holding B, and the third finger am holding E naught, and this is g sub note. As I said, in E-major chord E, these are B. These three nodes forms the major course. Okay, so this is E Major course. So now it is proven that the root third, fifth, these three nodes from any scales, any key of any scales, will construct the major, major chords. So I hope you have understood how to construct major chords. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 4. How construct Minor chords: In this lesson, we'll be learning how to construct minor chord. Okay, so as I have told previously, before learning how to construct God, we need to learn how to construct scale. Because from the scale, we construct a court's. Okay. So I hope you have gone through my module to Courseware, have explained clearly how to construct minus kill all the minus skill I have explained there how we construct it. So if you haven't yet achieved, I would like to suggestive or request to you or recommend you. Please go through my module two cores completely, then these lessons will be very easy for you. I hope you have gone through Danny, we're learning this and now let me explain you how to construct minor quotes. I am taking a minor, E minor chord. Okay, so I'm holding with my second finger, second fret of the fifth string, that is a string, and I am holding with my third finger, second, third or fourth string, that is D-Stream. Okay, so this actually e. Now let me tell you the theory behind data. So the nodes and E minus E, F, G, a, B, C, D E. Okay? So these are the nodes comes in E minus E, F, G, a, B, C, D, E. Okay? So these are the nodes and E minus kill. Now as I told the formula, root third and PPT, okay? The root note is E, and third node is G, and the fifth note is B. These are the nodes which construct that E minor chord. So these are the three node E, G, B, okay? Which is a three note which construct an E minor chord. Okay? So now let me explain it. So this is E minor chord. So let me explain you what are the nodes I'm holding? So I'm holding the second fret of the fifth string, that it a string that note is b. How it is B, because the opening is a, then the first thread is ASM, then this is b, OK, so BM holding. And the next, notice that the next node which I am holding is second fret of D-string, that is eastereggs again, okay, then where is the G string? Ok, so the string will be playing open. We're playing rate. So this is an E string. We're playing you already. Then this is b. We're bringing the node d because we have holding the second fret of the a string that is B naught. So we're playing B, then we're playing again. Then we have open G, then B, then E. So all the nodes, either E or G or B. Okay? So this is the formula of constructing minor chord. I hope you have understood. Okay, So this E, G, B, these three node construct the E minor chord. I hope you have understood how to construct minor chord. So any, so the formulates simple. First, you need to write down the, so if I ask you, what are the node comes in G minor chord? Or if I asked you, what are the, what are the, how you are going to construct the a minor chord, okay, this permanent symbol first construct the minor scale, a minor scale. Then take out rootNode, third node, F fifth node. That will, and hold those three notes that will actually construct the a minor chord. A minor chord. Okay, so first we need to know the nodes on that particular scale. Then we need to take out root node, node and node, okay? Then that will form the minor chord. I hope this is quite simple and easy to understand, and I hope you have understood two. Ok, thanks for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 5. How to convert a Major chords into Minor chords: In this lesson, we're going to learn how to convert a major core to a minor chord so that you don't need to learn many things, ok, if you know one thing, so you can do the other things. So if you know how to construct a measure chords, you can easily construct how to construct minor chord two. Okay, so let me explain you the secret formula of converting measure core to the minor chord. So if you, if you go over two, if you go back to the listen how to construct mythical. So there I have explained E major chord as an example, you can see the root note is E. Then the third noted Z self and, and notice b, okay, and in the lesson how to construct minor chord I have taken E minor as an example and they are, the root note is E, Then the third node is z, and the fifth note is b. Again, you can see the common nodes at E and B only the, only the third nodes, okay, that is Z sub and z, OK, so digital notes or difference. So that means you can see just that it's one semitone down from the major scale. If you do, then we'll get the minor chords, right, because E and B is same, the first node and note both are same. Only the third note, the increase of major chord, it is z. So, okay, and the third node instead of minus Gil is G. G sub and G. These are the difference. Or we can say, if we flatten the third node that is z, so we'll get g. The formula becomes from major course, if you flatten the third note, okay, here in this example, it in G, So that becomes G. Okay? So that actually, so that's how you can convert from major skill to minus kill. The first note and the root node and note both are same in both measures, Cullen minus kill. Only the third note that a g sub, OK, if you flatten that, you'll, you'll get G. So EGB, construct minor chord. So I hope you have understood this lesson. So thanks for watching this lesson soon in the next lesson. 6. How to read guitar chord diagram: In this lesson, we're going to learn how to read that caught diagram. You can see on the screen a cod diagram. Now let me explain you how we are going to read it. Ok, so this diagram is a C Major chord diagram in open position. So it's, it's called open C-Major chord. That means it's an open position. We're going to hold that a court can we hold in different, different police and even different shape? Okay? But in this beginner level will be learning the open chords, okay? In open positions when intermediate level we'll be learning barcodes and many more. Ok, so in beginner level, let us learn all begin at things. Ok. Now let me explain you how we are going to read this diagram on the screen. Ok, so this diagram is, as I said, this diagram is for C major chord, okay? You can see the string name has been written, ok? This e, b, z, d a, e. On the top, you can see the string number had been written. Ok, so this is E string, a string, this is g string, this is D-string, This is a string. This is E-string again, okay? E, B, G, D, a, E. Okay? So I hope you have gone through my model one course. If you haven't, please go and say Where I have told clearly hold the string name and numbering. Ok, so now let us concentrating on leading the core diagram. So as I told, you can see on the top of the string, the string name or written ABCDE. Now you can see this is first frame, this is second parentheses star for it. So these things also I have heard in Module one course. So this is first February, second star for it. So you can see on the, a string on the third afraid three has been written with a dotted black dotted circle. Okay. So they are the three signifies third finger. So, you know, this is four, this is second, this you start finger. Okay? So we'll be keeping tar finger here, okay, then in the D string or fourth string, you can see it is written two on the second, great. Okay, so on the second flip two black circle you can see and it is written two. So that means it is second finger. Okay, so the number signifies the second finger, okay? And you can see on the second string that is B string. On the first fret, you can see it is written one and circled within black. Okay? So that is first finger will be keeping. So on the, on the fifth string, that is a string, we'll be keeping our third finger on it. Then on the fourth string, that is D-Stream will be keeping our second finger on the second fret and on the second string will be playing first fret with the first finger. Okay, I hope you have understood. Ok, so now let me explain you a few more things. You can see on the first string, the E string, you can see it is written 0 and all the thirsting g string. Okay? You can see that it's written 0 or o. We can say OK. and so that means the string we are not holding. These are, the open string will be strumming. Okay, so these are open string. So o means it is open string. Ok, so we are not holding those strings. So that's why it is written o or 0. You can see, and you can see on the sixth string that it a string, it is written x or a cross symbol, x or cross symbols. And that means we are not going to play that string at all. Ok? So look, playing from paved streets. So that's a C major chord. I hope I could explain you how to read the code diagram. So when he would say is circle and inside the circle the numbers signifies the pinker number. Okay? And you can see in the top of first and thirsting It is written o. That means these are string where we're not holding any notes. They are open notes, we are leaving those opens and you can see x on the sixth string. That means that string will not play or Nordstrom when we're playing C major chord. Okay, so I hope this is very easy to understand and I have explained you easily. I hope you have understood. Ok, thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 7. How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 1: In this lesson, we're going to learn how to hold and play open major chords, okay? So open-minded courts means all the course we're going to hold and play in open positions. Now let me explain you why it's called open position or open chords, okay, why it's called open code? So when you say open courts, that means it is a mixer of open string and fretted string. Okay? So for an example, so I am holding a E minor box, okay? So you can see I am playing all this tree, but I'm holding only toString, okay? That is fifth string and fourth string, and all of the strings are open. So this is a mixer of open string and fretted strings. So these are the toString which I'm actually holding on the second fret of fourth string and fifth string. So that is a fretted string, okay, that means I am holding that, that's called fretted stream and all other string which I'm not holding our open string. Okay? So I hope you understood what is open chords. Okay? So now in this lesson, we'll be learning three open measured courts. That is a middle course, B major chords and see MBSR course. Okay, so I hope you have learned how to read code diagram, which I have explained beginning of these lessons. And I hope you have understood correctly how to read the diagram. And also I have explained how to construct major courts and minor chord. So now I'm not going to explain you theoretically because I already have explained how to construct major chords and how to construct minor chords. I have explained one major courts and one minor chord. How to construct wrist remaining measure courts and minor chords. You can construct by yourself. I am giving you an assignment, or you can do it as part of your project to work. So now let us learn how to hold and play a major chord, B major chord, C major chord. Okay, in this lesson we are going to learn these three chords. And when I'm saying how to hold and how to play, first thing, he's holding a court's is important. Second thing, how to play mints, which of the string we need to Trump or particular chord that also need to learn other ways if you can't play from anywhere you want, okay? There is a certain rules and theory behind it. We're going to learn those. So now let us learn first a major chord, okay? So you can see in the diagram that first finger is on the second fret of posting. That is D string. My second finger on the second fret of the G string, and my third finger on second fret of the second string, that is B string, okay? And you can see the first string, and string is left open. Okay? You can see o on the top, as I said in the previous lesson, a o means it is open and you can see a cross sign on E string that it seeks string. Ok? So that is, that means we are not going to play that. Okay? So this is a major chords, okay, so will be strumming from pth stream. We have to remember this is a major chord will be strumming from a look at this. String is a string, so that is the root note of a chord, a major chord. So we'll be strumming from there. So this is a measure called, so this is a general way of holding the imager courts using first finger, second finger and thumb fingers. But I hold it using second, third, fourth fingers. So the first finger, I just keep it free and i yield second, third, fourth finger. Okay, and I Strom from same. Ok. So this is also another way of holding Amy report. Okay, so why I use the second, third, fourth finger instead of first, second, third finger? I am going to tell you that in the next chord, that is when we're learning be middle course. Okay, So let us learn B matrix. So you can see the beam is record diagram, ok, now let us learn how to hold this. Okay, so my second finger is on fourth fret of the D string, that is fourth string. And my third finger, age on fourth fret of the G string, that is third string. And my fourth finger, agent fourth fret of the second string, that is B string. Okay. And my first finger is on second freight of posting that is E-string, ok. This is B major chord, okay? And you can see on the fifth string and seek thing village across that means we are not playing those string, ok, so we need to Strom from fourth string. Ok, so this is B major chords. So now let me explain you why I was holding a major chords using my second finger, third finger and fourth finger. Because if I sift these fingers here, it becomes a measure is or, or B-flat measure is just, we need to slide down this three Ping and hold this First fit of E string, first string, that becomes a CR or B flat major. Then if I slide down one more afraid, that becomes B major. Okay, so I hope you have understood why I hold using second, third, fourth finger a middle courts. So it is easy for us to change it to a serve and B major chords. Now there are many songs where we need to play, you know, after a ISAF, ok, so that times it's very easy for us. If I keep my first finger free, then I can just slide down this three fingers and I can just use my finger to hold these first of fasting. And if I slide down one mode, that becomes B major, okay, so that is why I used second, third, fourth. So I hope you have understood why I use second, second, third, fourth finger to hold a middle course. Okay, so now we have learned a middle card. We measure CT. Now let us learn C major chord, how to hold and place image. So you can see in the diagram, might third finger is on third afraid of fifth string that it a string. And my second finger, second fret of the string, that it fourth string. And my first finger on first fret of second string, that is B string. Ok? So this is C major chord, okay? And you can see on the first string, you can see on the top of fasting it is written o, and the top of third string, it is written o, that means the first string. And the string is left open when I'm holding C-Major chord class string and casting is open. Okay? Now we can see on the top of sixth fingering East ring, you can see across symbol. That means we are not going to play that string while playing C Major chord. So once again, the third finger, third fret of the fifth string, and second finger, second fret of fourth string and fostering agent phosphate of second string. So that makes you measure courts and will be strumming from fifth string. Okay, so this is same as records and we have to strap ROM string. As I said, 16 will not be playing here. Okay? So this is how you need to hold a myriad Cone, Beam, CT and C-Major chord. Also, I have told you how to hold a sub major or be plate measure code in-between. Okay, so I hope you have understood. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next clip. 8. How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 2: In this lesson, we're going to learn D major chord and email code in open policeman. Okay, so first let us learn D major chord, you can see in the diagram on the screen. Ok, so the D Major chord in it to hold in this way, the first finger is on second fret, third string, that is g string, okay? And the second finger, second fret of first string, that it E-string. And the third finger, third fret of second string, okay, that is B string. And we need to Strom from Port string, okay, forcing which is open. You can see on the top fourth string it is written 01516. You can see the cross symbol. So that means we are not strumming or playing ppt and 634 D major chord, okay, will be strumming prom, fourth string that is DC-3. And testing it sounding the United States is a D major chord, one of my favorite Major chord, okay? This is D major, 1 second, I'll tell you, first fingering and second fret, third string, that is E string, and the second finger, second fret of fostering that is E string. And the third finger, third fret of seconds thing that is B string, okay? And we need to strum or play from posting. That is D-string. So this is D major chord. I hope you have understood and now let us learn email record. You can see the diagram on the screen. Ok, so let us live. So you can see my second finger, second fret of PIF string, that it a string. And third finger agent, second fret of forecasting that is D string. And the first fingering and first period of thirsting to the G string. And you can see the first thing and second string, E and B, you can see on top of that it is written o. That means those two are open, open string, okay? And will be strumming from sixth string, okay, 60 E-string. So E is the root node for E-major chord. Okay? I hope you know the theory now. I already have told in the listen, okay, how to construct major chords and how to construct minor chord there I have told what is root, root third, fifth. Okay, so I hope you know that and we have to, so we need to strum or we need to play this E major chord from sixth drink. So this is email record, but 1 second, I'll tell you my second finger, second fret of the fifth string. A string, third finger on the second fret of the fourth steam, that is D string and first finger is on first spread of g string that he starts doing. And First and Second String is open and we need to play from sixth ring, that is E string. So this is E major chord. So you can see, I am telling you from GetString unit to strum, okay? If you Strom wrongly, then the sound of that code, you will not get it. Ok, so please try to understand how to hold a code and how to play the chord, okay, from which string we need to play. Each god, that is very much important. Okay, so I hope you have understood. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 9. How to Hold and Play open Major chords part 3: In this lesson, we are going to learn how to hold and play F major chord and G-Major chord. Okay, so latest land. So that is learn first F-Major chord, okay, how to hold in place. So you can see the diagram on the screen. So we need to hold toString with one finger that it first finger, okay. The first toString of phosphate will be holding with first finger. Okay, everything it first here you can see, okay, I'm holding, okay, so first string and second string of thirst for it will be holding with first finger. Okay? So my second finger, I'm going to keep it on second fret of thirsting that edge E string and my third finger, I'm going to keep on third fret of posting that is D string, okay? And you can see, and you can see on top of that is across written. So that means we do play F-Major chord. We are not going to play those toString, that is fifth, sixth string. So it'll be stemming from poultry. This is F-Major chord, okay, so I hope you have understood how to hold F-Major chord. Once again, I am telling you. So I'll be holding fast to string on the first fit with my first finger. So my second finger, I'm going to keep it on second fret of thirsting that edge E string. And with the third finger, I'll be holding the third fret of forecasting, that is D-string. Okay? So I will not be playing this peak then seeks doing okay, we'll be, we'll be playing from fourth string. So this is F major chord, I hope you understood. So now let us learn how to hold C-Major chord, okay, so you can see on the diagram, the first finger we need to keep on second fret of the fifth string, okay? Then second finger will be keeping on third fret of sixth string, that is E string. And the third thing that we'll be keeping on third afraid of first string, but it eastern, OK. And second, third, fourth string are open its frequency on the second, third, fourth string, it is written o, that means these three are open string. Okay? Will not be holding those string, okay? Do the open string in C major chord, okay? So, and will be strumming ProM, six string, all the string we are going to play in G-Major chord. Okay? So I hope you have understood how to hold GM is recorded. So let me tell you once again. First finger, Ajahn, second fret of a string that is fifth string. And second finger Ajahn, third afraid of sixth string, that is E string. And the third finger hidden tariff rate of fostering, okay, that it easting again. And second, third, fourth string will be opened. We'll be playing or strumming from 63. That means we are playing all the strings in G-Major chord. This is how we need to hold and play F-Major chord NG music would, I hope you have understood. Thanks a lot for watching this listen. See you in the next lesson. 10. How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 1: So in this lesson we are going to learn minor chords, okay, how to hold and play minor chords. So we already have learned all the open measure courts. Now we are going to learn all the open minor chords, okay, so in this lesson, we are going to learn how to hold and play a minor, B minor, C minor chord. Okay, So let us learn. First, we'll be learning how to hold and play a minor cold. So you can see the diagram on the screen. So first we'll be keeping our second finger on the second fret of posting that is D-string. Then we need to keep our third finger on the second fret of the G string, that is third string. And we need to keep our first finger on first-rate of b string, that is second string, okay? You can see on first string and fifth string, it is written o. That means it will do open string in a minor chord and 16 you can see it is written cross on sixth string, okay, that it easting so will not be playing the sixth string. Okay, now let me tell you from where we need to play this A-Minor chord. We need to play from peep string, a string with, so we need to play or we'd need to Strom from Pete string, a string. Okay, this is a minor chord. Let me tell you once again, we need to keep our second finger on the second fret of the fourth string, that is D-string. And we need to keep a finger on the second fret of g string that is thirsting. And to keep our first finger on first-rate of second string, that is B string, okay? And the first thing and faith string will, will be open string, and we're not going to play the sixth string, okay, will be strumming. Prompt keeps doing a minor chord. So now let us learn how to hold and play D minor chord. So you can see on the diagram, I am keeping my first finger on the second fret of fostering that is East tree. Okay, and second finger I'm keeping on third fret of b string, that is seconds string, and my third finger, ej on fourth, fate of forecasting there is D-string, and my fourth finger is on. Fourth fret of touch string, that is g string, okay? This is how we need to hold the b minor chord, okay? And we are not going to play. You can see on fifth, sixth string, it is written cross. That means we are not going to play those two string. Ok, so we need to Strom from posting. So this is b minor chord. Okay, let me explain you once again. So the first finger on the second fret of fostering, okay, that it E-string and second finger, third fret of b string, that is second stream and third finger agent forfeit of D-string that it fourth string and, and fourth finger, Asian ports, afraid of g string that he started string, okay, and we're not going to play fifth, sixth string, okay, we need to stamp from fourth string, D minor chord. So I hope you have understood. Now, we know how to hold the manor court, okay, now let me tell you how to hold C minor chord, okay? So C minor chord, if you know b minor chord, C minor chord, it's very easy. So you just need to slide down everything one fluid down so that this becomes C minor chord, okay? And we'll be strumming from same posting. This become C minor chord. Okay, so I hope you have understood. So in this lesson we have learned a minor chord, b minor chord. And just from b minor chord, if you slide down one freight, it becomes C minus. So we have learned C minor chord, a minor, B minor, C minor chord. These three courts we have learned how to hold and how to play. I hope you have understood. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 11. How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 2: In this lesson, we're going to learn how to hold and play D minor chord, an E minor chord. Okay, so there it is. Learn these first, we'll be learning Daemon record. Okay. So you can see the diagram on the screen. Okay, sell me keeping my first finger on First Street of first string, okay? Then I'll be keeping my second finger on the second fret, third string and that string. And it'll be keeping my third finger on tariff rate of second string, that is B string. Okay? So you can see on the diagram, forecasting is open. It is written o on top of D-string, fourth string, and we are not going to play pasting and 16. That is why there are two cross symbol given on string and seek string. Ok, so that means we are not going to play or touch, you know, feasting. And 16 while playing D minor chord, we'll be playing from, will be strumming or playing from posting that is DC. This is D minor chord. Okay? So a brick God m giving right? So you need to just practice 11 core one, Wendy, and get the clear sound. Okay. You get the clear sound of the cord. Get that clear sound of the courts. And without looking at the guitar, You need to just practice. Ok. So let me explain you once again. The first thing that I'm keeping on first-rate of fostering that E-string second finger, I am keeping second fret of the third string, that is Z string. And powder finger am keeping third fret, second string that is, and the fourth thing is the open string and pretend seeks string, we're not playing, Okay? So we'll be streaming from Port string. So this is D minor chord. Okay, so now let us learn how to hold in play E minor chord so you can see the diagram on the screen. So I'm keeping my second finger on second fret of the fifth string, that is a string. And I'm keeping my harping on second fret of the fourth string, that is D string. And you can see first, second, third, sixth. These are kept open, okay? And we'll be playing prom sixth string, okay, that did E-string. Ok, so in this email records will be playing all the stream. So far string, second thing, fasting and seek stringer open. I'll be keeping my second finger on Seconds, a fifth string, and carping on second fret of the fourth string, okay? And I'll be strumming or playing from S3. So this is E minor chord. Okay, so I hope you have understood this lesson. So in this lesson we have learned how to hold D minor chord and how to hold E minor chord. I hope you understood. Thanks a lot for watching these. Listen. See you in the next lesson. 12. How to Hold and Play open Minor chords part 3: So in this lesson, we are going to learn how to hold and play a minor chord and G-minor chord. And this is very easy to learn. So let's learn it. Ok, first we'll be learning a minor chord. You can see the diagram on the screen that I am using my first finger and holding the first fret of first string, Second String and thirsting. So I'm keeping my first finger on first threat of first thing, second string, entire string. Okay, and I'm using my third finger to hold the third fret of fourth string, okay? And we are not going to play fifth, sixth string will be playing from both string, ok, so that becomes F minor chord. F minor chord up here, playing or streaming from posting fifth, sixth, we are not playing, okay? This is if minor chord, okay, so let me explain it once again. I am keeping my first finger on first-rate or first thing, second signal testing, holding together. Okay. I'm holding together this tasting with my first finger and I'm keeping my third finger on tariff rate of D-string, okay, that is fourth string. And we'll be streaming from posting itself. Ok, will not be playing ppt and seek stream. This is F magnetic code. So now let me tell you how to hold Gmail equals. So this is if my, if you slide down Alfred, this becomes z, this becomes z minus. And we have to stamp from fourth string. Okay, same, same thing we'll be doing, but we'll be doing in tariff rate. Okay? That means I'm keeping my first finger on fostering Second String and third string. And I'm keeping my third finger on people afraid of fourth string, ok, so that becomes G minor chord. Okay, so the way we are holding a final BOD, we just need to slide down till car-free. That becomes C minor chord. So I hope you have understood how to hold, if my record and how to hold G-minor chord, it's very easy to learn. Ok, thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 13. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 1: In this lesson, we're going to learn how to change the chord smoothly from one to another. Okay? This is a very important lesson to learn. Generally, every beginner find very difficult to change the code in time. Ok, so whenever we are playing any song, will have sate, of course, to play in that song. Okay, it's not one straight cut chord, okay? It's, it will have multiple calls to play and we need to chain the core in-between the song. Okay, so this is very much important. Listen, we need to learn because now we know how to hold and play each and every individual chord. But now we are going to learn how to change the color from one to another. I'm going to explain you step-by-step, ok? And that will help you to understand better, okay? And also it will help you to practice better and make it perfect. Okay, So let us learn. Step one will take a course for glycine, okay? I hope you know all the course by now. Okay, so now let us take a chord progress and that in G major, C and D. Once again, I repeat G major, C and D. This is a very popular court provision and there are a lot of songs in this court progressing. So let us learn this. So in this tape one, we'll be practicing first how to hold each and individual chord, okay, and we'll try to change the code. We're not going to play anything with the right hand, will be just practicing changing courts. And I hope you know how to hold G major, C major, and D major chord. So now we need to just hold C-major, then we'll switch into C-Major, okay? You might find a little difficult, but you need to practice slowly. Okay, first G-Major chord, we need to hold. Then slowly we will move to C major chord. Okay? So we'll practice this piu times, okay, it's from G major, C major, G major, C major, G major, C major, G major, C major, G major, C major, G major, C major. Okay, so once you are comfortable within these two courts, then we'll practice from C major, D major, C-Major to D-Major. Seem as if this is C measure. This is teammate, C major, D major. C major, D major. We'll just practice like this. Will not play anything with the right hand, will try to practice with the left-hand onlookers see measure to D major. So once you are comfortable with C major to d-major, then again, we need to go back from D major to G major. So we'll be practicing between d-major and G major. D major. G major. D major. G major. Okay? D-major, G-Major, D-Major, G major, D major, G major. Okay, so this is how the first into practice. So again, I am telling the first step so it will be practicing between z, will not play anything with the right-hand. We'll practice between the G major and C Measure. G major and C measure after we're little bit comfort between G major, C major will be practicing between C and D major, C major and D major then AIG and between d-major and Gmail. D-major and G-Major, d-major, and Gmail. I hope you have understood this faster. So once we are comfortable with the first div in the second stiff, okay, what we're going to do is we're going to play with the right-hand all down. Okay? So as I have already told in the previous lesson that while explaining how to hold an Play it cards, okay, it's Minor caught and each major chords that I have told each core from which string into play, okay, so you have to apply that rule for G-Major. I'm playing all the screens, okay? All down. All down. So now what do you want to do in second step is we're going to keep this downstroke 1-1, so we'll count, we will take a count like 1234. Okay, so after four count will switch to C major and play for count. So here, so here you need to remember, okay, see major, we'd be playing from string, okay? Okay, so four-stroke hair in C-Major, okay, 1234. Okay, then we'll play four times in D major and D major always start from Port string. You can see here these two, namely 1234, okay, once we finish that, we'll go back to z again, okay, z major again, and we'll play 1234. Okay, so I hope you have understood the second step. Let us practice this. You can practice with me, okay? 1234, C made it 1234, D major. 1234. Again, go back to G major, 1234123412341234123123412341234123. Okay, so this is how you need to practice the second step, ok, now let us lan cards, dave, third step, what we're going to do is we are going to change that code in two counts. So in the previous table, you changing the cord in every four counts, okay. Now will be tending the courts in every two counts. Ok. So let us practice 12341234. Okay. So a brief poor counted will be two courts. Ok. So it is like 1234, C major. D major. For G-Major. Okay. So I hope you got it. Okay. So let us practice. 1234124123412341234124. Okay. One to pay for 124241 to four. So this is cars tape. Okay, so now let us learn the next step that is forced tip. So in this div, we're going to do is we're going to change the code in a brief one column, okay. That is 123412341234. Okay, I hope you have understood this div, so let us practice. Okay, 1234, 123412312123. So this is how you need to practice. So this will help you to learn how to change the core in time. Okay, I hope you understood this lesson. Ok, now, let me tell you the final step. In this step, what we're going to do is we're going to increase the speed little bit. Okay, so what do I want to do is we're going to practice like this one. Like this, one, like this, one to one like this into practice, how to change the code. Ok, so in this lesson, we have learned how to take the course between G major, C major, and D major, which is a very famous court progress and discord progress and had been used in many songs. So I hope this will help you to learn many songs easily if you practice this court prophase, I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 14. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 2: In this lesson, we're going to practice a chord progression that is e minor, a minor, D minor, E minor. And so as we're learning how do to in the course smoothly from one to another. So in this lesson we are going to practice a quad provision that is D, and this is a very famous car provision. So let's learn it. Okay? So as you have learned in the previous lesson between G major, C major and D measure, we're going to learn in the same way, okay? So we're going to practice those four stuffs, but here the court progress and are different. That is e minor, a minor, D, and C. And I hope you know how to hold and play these chords. Okay, So let us learn this. Ok? So we'll be practicing the court changing between E minus D major back to E. So let us learn the first step. First step is we'll not be playing with our right hand. We will be learning switching between the course. That is, we'll break down the course progress and we'll be taking two courses at a time and we'll practice the change or switch. Okay? So will be passed will be practice between E minor and a minor. Okay? So I hope you know how to hold E minor and a minus latest practice that change. Okay. E minor, a minor, E minor, a minor, B minor, a minor. E minor. A minor. Ok, so once you are comfortable between these two particular courts, let us practice the next. Okay. A minor, D minor, D minor to D major. A minor to D major, okay. Okay. So once you are comfortable between a minor to D major, we need to practice from D Major to C-Major, damage it to C-major. Okay? Once you are comfortable between D-Major to see image and a two practice from C major to e minus c made it to the mine, okay? You might find it too difficult to k, you might find it difficult, but you need to slow down and practice. Ok, that is the only way we can learn it. I have broken down the lessons into very easiest level. I believe you are understanding entity is helping you to practice. Just follow my instruction the way I'm saying, it will soon it'll be very easy for you to learn, okay? So this is how you need to practice the state one, okay, so just let us practice. Ok, once again, e minor, a minor, E minor, a minor, E minor. A minor. Once you are comfortable, we'll be practicing between a minor to D minor to D major, a minor to D major between, once you are comfortable between a minor to D major. Now you can practice between D Major to C-Major, D Major to C-Major, okay? Okay. Then we'll be practicing between C measure to E minor back. So once you are done between to two courts now, latest practice, the progress and concrete progress and okay, e minor, a minor, D major, C major, E minor, a minor, D major, C major, E minor, a minor, D major, C major. Okay, so I hope you have understood this textbook to the next table. Second step in this tape will be strumming with her, right? Okay. And we'll be changing the code with the counts. Okay. The way I have told in the previous lesson when he was explaining how to. Hold and play chords. That time i have told every chord will be, will be playing prom certain string. You need to remember that you need to play in case of e minor will be playing from 6-3. In case of a mine, I will be playing prompt. And in case of D Major would be playing from Port stream. So in case of C miserable replaying from Pivot stream. And again, E minor mins six. Okay, So this you need to remember and, uh, you into play from those string, okay? This is, this practice also in you to do it. Okay, so now in the second step will be practicing with gowns and, and we'll be strumming with right-hand. Okay. So the best practice, okay. Okay. 12341234123412341234. Okay, So this is how we need to practice. This table gets so let us practice. You can practice with me. I'm just playing two times. Ok. I'll be playing two times. You can practice with me. Okay. 123412341234123412341234123412341234. Okay. So this is how you need to practice this tape, okay? Now, tar stick will be changing the code in M32 counts. Ok. Let us practice this. 12341234123412341234123412341234. Okay, So this is how to practice this Thursday. So now in the fourth step will be changing the code in a brick count. Ok, everyone count like 12341234. E minor, a minor, D, the immediate e minor, a minor, D major, C major, D minor, E minor, D major, C major, E minor, a minor, D major, C major, 12341234123412341234. Okay, So this is how you need to practice this. Listen, I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 15. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 3: In this lesson, we're going to practice courts ending between E minor G major and a minor. E minor. G major, a minor. Ok, so this is also a very famous court fluorescence. So there it is. Practice this corporate listen, okay, as we have learned in the previous two lessons, the first step is we'll not be playing with our right hand, will be only practicing with the left-hand. Okay, the core switching between to two courts. So in this listener, we're going to practice E minor, G major and a minor quarter probation. So let us pass state E minor and G major and practice the changing between or switching between these two courts. Ok, so this is e minor. This is G major, E minor, G major, E minor, G major, E minor, G major, a minor, G major. So once you are comfortable, you know, between these two chords. Now let us practice between G major, a minor, G major, a minor, G major, a minor, G major to a minor. So once you are comfortable between G-Major to A-Minor, we can practice from a minor, E minor, a minor. E minor, a minor. E minor, a minor. E minor. A minor. E minor. In mind, once you are comfortable in this tape, let us go to second state. So in the second step will be strumming with the right-hand all downstroke, okay, we need to remember from which string we need to play that. And we need to play exactly from the upstream from which actually a particular court has to play. Okay, I already explained in the previous lesson in this module how to hold and play, okay, so I have mentioned each chord from which string you need to play, so that you need to remember and into play. Okay, So let us practice. Ok, so in case of e minor, it is from sixth string, G major, six string. Okay, from unit to get an amen or you need to play from fifth string. Okay, so in this step we are going to practice this progressing with poor counts, each chord, okay, that is E minor four counts, 1234, G major port count 1234, a minor for count 234. Okay, back to E minor, 1234, G-Major 1234, then a minor 1234, then E minor 123. Okay. I hope you have understood. Okay. Let you can practice with me. Okay. 1234123. Okay. So this is second stiff thirsted will be playing. Okay. We'll be changing the court every two counts. Ok. Let us practice. Okay. 1234. Okay. So this is how the third step into practice at it once again, 123412341234, G-Major 1234. Okay. I hope you have understood. Let us practice once again, 12341234. Okay, So this is third step. Ok. Let us learn the fourth step. So in the fourth tip will be changing the court in everyone count that is 1234, E minor, G major, a minor back to E9, okay. 12341234123412341234. Okay? So this is how you need to practice this chord progress. And I hope you have understood. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 16. How to Change/Shift chords smoothly with example 4: So in this lesson, we'll practice a very famous quote, progress, and that is C major, a minor F and G major. A minor F measure. And okay, so this progress and is very famous. Previous insulators learn this state by state. Okay, so as we already have practice three progress and previously in this progression also will be using the same steps. Okay? So the first step is we are not going to play with her. I attend. We're just practicing the change between 22 courts will be breaking down to two courts and we'll practice the changing between two to court first. Okay? So the first, we'll be practicing between C major to a minor. Ok, this is very easy to see. C-major AM holding with these three finger. I'm just taking out my third finger and keeping below the second finger, it became a minor. Okay. I hope you know every individual core how to hold, but I'm just telling you how to change it to C major, a minor. Okay. See you measure a minor to C, measure a minus C. A minus C major, a minor ones. You were comfortable with these now, the challenge come, okay, so from a to F measure is little difficult, ok, for a beginner, if you're just begin it, it will be very difficult for you, but you need to keep practicing to make it perfect. Okay? So this is a minor. I'm holding F-measure what I'll do it first. I will I'll be holding with my first finger, this one then second finger I'll be keeping here, and third finger will be keeping here. Okay? So a minor, F major. A minor, F major. This is a minor. E minor, F major. So wherever I'm keeping my when I'm holding a minor, wherever I'm keeping my first finger, I'll just make sure that I'm holding the below string also. Ok. And I'll just seemed my second finger from posting to thirsting. And I'll just switch my third finger to the third fret of the fourth string. Ok, so that becomes F measure, okay? So this is a minor, this is F major minor, F-measure. Okay? Keep practice this one into practice little more, okay? In SEO that you practice this particular change, okay, from a minus two, if this is little difficult for you, just unit to practice, okay? Okay, then from F major to G major, you can play F, G major here also. If it is this, if this is f measured, then this is F sub measured. This is G-Major. Okay? You can play, you just can slide down till here it becomes G. But till now we have learnt only this particular z. Okay? So let us use this particular save. Ok. So then F-measure, this is F-measure, this is G major F-measure. This is G measure. Okay, So you need to practice once we're compatible from G measure to back to C major, G major, C major, G major, C major, G major, C major. Okay, so once you are comfortable changing between all these cores, let us learn the second statement in seconds. Tape will be strumming with a right-hand OK. And every four count will change the code. Ok. So let us practice. So as I said previously, you need to play every court from a particular string, as I have told in how to hold and played, same way you need to play, okay, for C major will be playing prom. Fifth string for a minor also will be playing from peered string. For a measure will be played from poor stream. And G major will be playing ProM, six string. Ok, so let us practice. Okay? So C major, so a record will be playing for four counts, okay? 1234, a minor, 1234, F measure 1234, G-Major 1234, back to measure 123. Okay, so let me play 1 second. You can practice with me 12341234123412341234. Ok, so this is second stiff tar step. What we're going to do is we're going to place emptying, but we'll be changing the accord in every two cones. Okay, so this is, you need to practice like this, okay? One to see measure three for a major, one to G-Major, 34, back to C major egg, and 1234, then F-major 12, then G major 34. And back to see me. Okay, so just practice with me for two to three times, okay. And you can repeat the video and you can practice if you want to practice more with me. Okay. 12341234123412341341234. You can, you can actually increase the tempo and you can practice little faster if you want. 12341234, like this. Okay? Now, let us learn the false trip, okay, in this fourth step, what we are going to do is we're going to change the code in AP one count, okay, that is 12341234. C major, E minor, F major, G major, C major, a minor, F-measure, MVA. Okay, let us practice once again, pure times 12312341212121. And if you want to practice little faster, you can do that one to one. Okay. So like this, you can practice. Ok. So this is how into practice this court provisions and also the changing. So now you can pick up some court progress and, and you can practice like this. Ok, so this will help you this for stuff which I have explained till now in this four lessons. I hope this will help you to chain the court very smoothly and very easily and comfortably. You can change the code and switch the court, where actually all beginner actually struggle to change the core in time. But this four step, if you follow, it will help you to chain the court very easily. Okay, I hope you have understood this lesson. Thanks for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 17. Practice Tips: So in this lesson, I'm going to give you few TFs, okay, which is going to help you to learn this complete module very easily. Also, it is going to help you to improve your guitar playing. Okay, so let me tell you the TFs, okay, first CFC's getting clear sound in each and every chord, okay? How to get there? So when I'm playing a minor, you can see I'm getting clear sound from easting. I'm playing from peep string. Ok, I'm getting clears on from eating. If you're getting this, then you are perfectly all right. But being a big enough, generally people will get sound like this. Okay. The last sting you will struggle with. So how to Edward these, okay, or might be you are getting sound like these also. Ok. So how to avoid this kind of sounds? How to get the clear sound, okay, so let me tell you first, in a minor first, you need to practice between, so fifth string and fourth string. That is clear. Then you practice between posting and Pakistan. Then you practice between n second string. So you might find that you're tough here, okay? So you need to practice these. Okay, so why didn't it read to praise these little MOOC if you're not getting sound and ensured that your this finger is not touching the first, first admins. If you're holding second string, that means your fingers would be on Seconds thing it should not touch the other string. This is the simple logic. Okay, so let's, so you need to practice between thirsting and seconds. It's clear. Ok, now the challenging part is second, first string. Ok, so here actually people, this Pinker will touch the first string mostly. Okay, so just, if you're touching it, then you just need to keep practicing between these two. Now it's clear. So once you have practiced this, then you have to play from people string. Ok, so this is how you need to practice. Okay? So if whenever we're playing any courts, just if you're holding this particular C-Major chord, if you are holding, then you need to first practice between thought and second. Once it is clear, second, n first. So you might actually get tougher here, okay, so you need to just make it clear. So it will be clear sound okay? Okay, so this is how you need to practice each god, okay? So you have to first hold accord and you have to practice between two toString. Okay, interesting, should get clear. Ok, so if you practice, if you break down the way I have said, it will be easy for you to play the chords clearly. So I hope you have understood how to practice to get the clear sound of records. Okay, second heaps. So second tubes is like, you know, you need to practice each chord. When you are practicing how to hold and play, you have to practice 11 chord at a time if your f solute beginner, okay, one court, one day. One court one day you are going to practice was that these were affected. You already the next day. You practice the second code. Then one more detailed code. Because once you learn a particular chord, it is for lifetime. Spend some time and learn, okay? So if you are practicing, if you are playing around ten quarter 15 courts, it might take 1015 days, but I must say you use would spend some time to get the clear sound of the chord. If you are getting, if you're able to do it two per day, it's absolutely fine. Okay. So it's up to you. I'm just recommending you practice one chord. If your absolute beginner, one day, you need to practice slowly but makes you that you'll get clear sound from each card. Okay? So these are the two leaves I wanted to share with you. I hope you have understood. Thanks a lot for watching this lesson. See you in the next lesson. 18. Conclusion: Hi there. Nice to see you in this last video of module three of beginner level and cognitive bias. And for successfully completing Module three of beginner level. Let me summarize this module at a glance what we have learned so far in this module three, or being a lemon, we have learned what it's called. We have learned how to construct major chord. We have learned how to construct minor chord. We have learned how to convert Major chord into minor chords. We have learned how to read the code diagram. We have learned how to hold and play all the open measure courts, and we have learned how to hold and play all open minor chords. We have also learned how to change or sweet the court easily. And we have practice for corporate basin. At the end, I have also given you to practice tapes. Okay, so I hope you have enjoyed learning these Module three of beginner level. Last but not the least, if you really like this model three or beginner level, please leave your politic paid back as a token of appreciation. And also you can recommend this course to your friends and loved ones. Always, surely look compared to see you in the model for beginner level. Till then, keep practicing engineer learning guitar, stay happy and stay safe. Bourbon.