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Guitar Rhythm Lesson I-IV-V Chord Family and Partial Chords DAF Chord Trick on Acoustic or Electric

Jim Britton

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8 Videos (40m)
    • I- IV-V Chord Theory Introduction

      1:03
    • The Relationship of the I-IV-V Positions

      4:46
    • Demonstration of I-IV-V Chord Positions Part I

      4:52
    • Demonstration of I-IV-V Positions Part 2

      5:11
    • Chord Fragments in I-IV-V Progressions

      6:08
    • I-IV-V : Chord Fragments #1

      6:16
    • I-IV-V: Chord Fragments #2

      4:15
    • I-IV-V: Chord Fragments #3

      7:40

About This Class

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This lesson is for early stage intermediate guitarists, or guitarists of any skill level not familiar with this formula. This course builds upon the D-A-F formula to show you how to use partial chords to play I-IV-V progressions in any key.

This course builds upon the knowledge first introduced in the course : Guitar Lesson : The DAF Chord Trick : Learn to Play chords all over fretboard with one easy pattern.

You do not have to take that course before this one, although you may want to explore it for further context. Thes simple chord shapes are an effective way of playing chords in alternative positions on the fretboard quickly, and easily. If you don't know this trick, you will find it an invaluable tool to add to your jamming and songwriting toolbox!

Students should have basic knowledge of guitar chords, and at least some familiarity with Barre chords

By the end of this course, you will easily be able to identify how to play I-IV-V Chord progressions in any key using A shape, F shape, and D shape partial chords.

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My name is Jim Britton, and I'm pleased to make your acquaintance through Skillshare's on-line course platform. I have a background in music, business, and education. I have spent nearly 10 years in higher education in various roles including Director of Continuing Education and Business Training, as well as Director of Workforce Development. I also successfully served as the Program Manager of a $5 million Department of Labor Grant for the Community College System of NH. ...

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