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How to Play Any Song On The Guitar - Cheater Chords

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13 Lessons (60m)
    • 1. Promo

    • 2. 1.1 Introduction

    • 3. 1.2 How This Course Works

    • 4. 2.1 G-Key Chords Part 1

    • 5. 2.2 G-Key Chords Part 2

    • 6. 3.1 C-Key Chords

    • 7. 4.1 D-Key Chords

    • 8. 5.1 E-Key Chords

    • 9. 6.1 1564 Chord Progression

    • 10. 6.2 4156 Chord Progression

    • 11. 6.3 1545 Chord Progression

    • 12. 6.4 4565 Chord Progression

    • 13. 6.5 Going Down The Chord Ladder

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About This Class

Hi there! This course is designed to teach you how to play any song on the guitar as quickly and efficiently as possible.

The lessons are there to guide you through discovering the simplicity and the recurring patterns of songs, and learning to replicate and adjust them to according to your preference.

Based on the "learn by doing" concept, I will show you all the chords to start out with. After finishing the chord tutorials, I will show some common progressions too for you to start jamming!

After some practise you should be able to play any song stuck in your head almost immediately without thinking about it!

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Kai F.


My name is Kai, and I am a Transportation Design student with industry experience, previously Engineering at RWTH Aachen University in Germany and have been teaching private piano lessons for 4 years.

Music among technology and automotive design, has always been a huge part of my life, ever since I started learning to play the piano at a very young age. Over the years I have developed a deep passion for this instrument and at some point decided to experiment with popular music.

I have been playing the piano for almost 19 years alltogether and arranging my own cover songs for almost 10 years now.

Having started out learning classical music I soon discovered that playing popular music can be more fun and is much quicker to learn by e... See full profile

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1. Promo: Hi, there will come to this course this course. I'll teach you how to play the most important courts on the guitar in order to play, Let's say, 99% of all pop socks, since the entire industry is based on just four chords. Usually there's some exceptions but will cover bills. And basically you will only need, I say seven cords for each key. And with those seven chords, you can play pretty much any song. So we'll do this in the key off G in the key of C and maybe in the key of e nd to. And if you have, if you have access to cable, then you can pretty much any song, any key. So that's pretty cool. So let's give you a short demo off some of the cords. I will not tell you what they are, exactly. You might see what I'm saying here about. Those are some of the courts. You will be able to play after this course, and then you can basically cover any cells and small songs use the same chords and progressions. I think you should be able to do all of this course. This was a little example. So I hope you have fun. Andi will definitely not regret buying this course. See you next, tutorial. 2. 1.1 Introduction: Hi there. Welcome to your first lecturer. So we'll do the introduction. First on this show you some of the basics. In case you would have been a beginner to guitar as I was a couple of years ago. But, um, tell us a little bit about myself on why we do this, right? Okay, so my name is Kaitlynn on. I've been playing guitar for almost four years now on before that I played the piano for almost 18 years. So I have the experience over there, and if you interested, you can see my course on the piano to where teaching place else. But here it falls kind of the same principle where you use the same system to accompany yourself on the piano and on the guitar. It's much simpler if you just want to accompany yourself. Since we are doing court based playing like, so strumming like that, it's much easier to, you know, get used to this on the piano way. You don't have to return all the techniques and stuff. So that's what I came from. I self taught myself this based on the times I had on the piano. Andi, I'm hoping to teach you what I've learned to sew. Well, not teach you any off the technical mumbo jumbo, which you don't really need. I will only tell. Teach you the things you really need on with those things you can achieve the most. Right? So I'll teach you, Let's say 10%. And then you can do 80% with those. What? Those things I teach you, Um, and play, Let's say 90% of the songs. As I said. So how we're gonna do this first you need access to guitar, Obviously, on maybe a cable. I would have come with the Capel. Really? Because you don't just stepping on and you're good to go on. Yeah, we'll go over some of the keys on our show. You some of the courts in this tutorial, and yeah, that's pretty much it. So I hope you have fun. You might have seen some. Some stuff I've been playing in the intro already on the promo video, but let's give you another more exotic example off the course. Okay. Okay. See you in the next election. 3. 1.2 How This Course Works: Hi there. So this is your first true lectern. L Since we've covered the introduction, and this will show you the basic system will use wet playing chords, Right? So why, you might think, Because if I just did you all the courts on their own, you're not gonna be able to understand how to collect. Right? So that's this thing called intervals. Right? So you have a note on between different notes that different intervals. It's different intervals between the notes on. I will upload documents on this lecture where you can check out how this system is going to work. I'll explain it briefly, but once I've expended, you can look it up and then used this system according to you. So you understand what I'm talking about later on in the tutorials? Okay, so basically how it works this you have a bass tone, you have a key in which the songs played. Let's say your song is played in Jeep. Thank your bass Note is eyes the G on and we call this one. So this is the first key, right? Eso based upon this nose, we can then go and number all the other so we define GS one, then one note up would be to building a right. And that's how it goes basically. So when I say 1564 that means one. This gene five is five notes up. You can write them down. I'll put it in the document so you don't have to do it back now. But just look it up. You can count it up to the fifth key. So 12345 dealt with this case be deep, and then six will be the right and and then four will be C s. So if I say 1564 you know it's and see you don't know if it's major a minor, but you know, this comes and you'll figure it out. But that's how it works. Basically, number system. Very simple. You just have to write out notes or C d e f g ABC on a piece of paper, or look for print out my document or something, which I will upload on reflection. And then you will understand what I mean when I say 1564654 or something like that when I'm talking about court progression. So that's how it works so well. How I'm gonna do this is I'll teach you the court's first in all the different keys. So let's say, Well, you first official records you need to the key of G and then after we've done all the courts and all the keys, which you need them will cover some of the basic chord progression. The very common ones, which you might hear in pop Selves ourselves, uh, which usually are pretty much all the same. So that's it, and I'll see you in the next tutorial. 4. 2.1 G-Key Chords Part 1: Hi there. Now let's get into court. So we'll do the keep G first and cover off the courts in the key of G. I'll put it in a document to So, uh, you don't have to, you know, write it down or anything, but I recommend that you grab your guitar and play along. So that's how we do it. That's how we did it in the piano to. I wanted to play along with me. Otherwise, nothing. But if you just know the theory, not gonna. Okay, so let's do keep the first on the most important court. The first court is G major. Okay, so when I say 11 is usually a major chord myself, I say we didn't see that sees. Usually. If it's one, it's unity. A major court that's too busy you put your third finger. So this is 1st 2nd 3rd 4th You put your third finger on the third fret on the lower strata up High Street, depending on what you call it. So I'll Congress the lower string. From my perspective, put your second finger on second fresh second straight and put your small picky on the third fret higher string, so that'll be a G. Let's recap again. Third finger third fret on for a strict a second finger a 2nd 2nd Street and pinky on the third fret Last street. Uh, okay, that's do a variation dream. What other methods are there off playing this? G uh, so you're let's do this one. There's a different way of playing a G is called open G Beliefs on. Let's go into exactly what those courts called so that were, like, diminished deep at five. Something like that. We're not gonna do this. This is just confusing. I think so. Let's do another version of G. You look a second finger again on the jeep Eso First street third fret you will mute out. So what? This finger? I'm gonna mute this street here, right. This ring will be muted. So more making sound. And then the same for the pinky. The picky stays where it was before. So third last straight talk straight. And then your third finger is on the street below that. So it's also with the fact everything's on the third fret, Um, and you mute out district. This sounds like this. This is an open G. Okay, that will be all one. Right. So let's do the seventh. So we're basically going down. 17654321 belong to this. So the 2nd 1 would be It's a little tricky, but it's what we call the first inversion over D major. Okay, so the seven is gonna be a deep de but abs, the seven the seven in this case is a start without some. Why not? So, basically, it sounds like this in context with the one with yourself like this. So we go down, basically going down, We're going down. That's how we're gonna do it. So how you gonna play this? You put your thumb second fret. Firstly, you put your point of bigger your first figure. On second fret that felt to string from the top. Then you put your second finger on a second foot. Highest drink. Top street. This one you on. You put your third finger on the third freaks second to the highest straight. This one So it sounds should sound something like this. In this case, you strung all the notes. No beauty. There's no variation on this. That's just how you play it. Um, yeah. Okay, so let's move on to the 3rd 1 So we had one. We had seven. Let's now do six. Six in this case would be if we count down like E right. Cutting down G f E in this case will be a minor. And this one of the easiest course you'll see this course repeat on in some of the other keys we're gonna play. So it's easy. You just take your second figure. Put it on second fret second street on a finger on second foot, that string. And that's how it Selves. Okay, so this is the first half off. All the courts and G will cover the rest in the next lecture. 5. 2.2 G-Key Chords Part 2: Hi there. So let's do the second part off the key and G all the course in Iraq. So we were at 176 vice six waas the e minor. Would you just learned in the previous tutorial? And then we can go to so six. It's gonna be five. Right? So five in this case is a d major What you've already pretty much like before, So d major is basically you sing note asked the seven without the thumb. So this is gone. Basically, it's us. Repeat this again. So your first finger on the fourth string second fret your third finger on the second threats tops trick on the your third finger on the third fret second to the top. So this string it sounds like this in this case when he's strong, you don't strong. You don't strong these to you. Only film the top four so itself like this. Okay, uh, no variations in this case. Not anything I know which is important or sounds good in this context. And let's move on down once again. So we were on five. Now let's go. Four for in this case will be see right? So you know G f e d. C. So see, in this case, they're two variations of playing this. You can play like this. This is the basic way of playing a C major court. It's a C major chord. Um, do you have first finger on first fret stuck into the top street. You do your second finger on the second fret Third Street on your third finger on the third fret Second Street, right? So let's do this again. Second to the top string first finger, close friend. Second fret for your third finger on the 33rd string on your third finger on the third fret second string. So it sounds like this. You don't strum this, so you only strumming the top, the top strings apart from this one. So the top Five Springs sounds like there's another way of playing to see and it's some kind of ad night things, so let's just ignore that. Basically, it's different. You put your second finger on 32nd string, so that's a C right. We had earlier that the bass note. In this case you mute out the third string Silvestri. It's muted with York second figure on everything's other third fret. So you have your third finger on the third fret again. Second to the top stream. You have your pinky on the top street. Oh, friends, too. And again, you don't play this. You don't play the strings. So it sounds like this, which is kind of an ad thing. So it's not an entire C quarters. It's a little bit different, but I think it sounds nice. All right. Okay, so this was four beliefs. Let's go down to three. Now. This a little bit weird, so let's just cover it. It sounds like this and basically what it is. Inverted G. So the first inversion off your G major, the first inversion off your bass note. So it's like your bass note court, but you leave out the last or the bass note. Basically, remember the G son like this, right? And how this works. You take your finger off basically, and you don't strong this streak. So let's do How are we gonna do this? Second finger on second fret second street on your fourth finger? You're picky on 30 last picked up strength, and you don't from this as I said so it sounds like this. Okay, You can also play in a different way, which is more difficult but will not cover this. Since it's quite a it's not that nice. It sounds like this, but it's something different anyway. So in this context, let's leave it out on the last one is gonna be too right. So too Mr One above Base notes A basin was GSO. The to in this case will be a minor. Okay, so how we're gonna play a minor? You put your first finger on the second to the top string first fret you put your third finger on the second fret third street and your ring finger or your third finger on second fret on the fourth street. So it sounds like this on a variation off playing. This is leaving your third finger open. And when you strum this poor also don't strung the first trip. So it sounds like this when you leave this open. So this is how you how it tells normally on when you leave it open. It sounds like this. Just a seven step on the court. What? Sounds nice. Okay, so those are all the cords in the key of G. That's recap again. So we have 11 was cheap. Something like this. Open gee or normal G major. Then we have seven which was this thing. And then we have six with which was making my way have five, which was D four. I would see like this and then we have a three way have to Which was a Or you could play like this in a minor seventh on. When you go back to your way, go all the way down the ladder. How I would it would sound something like this. Those are all the courts you need in the key of G. Oh, and one thing I forgot you completely minor differently too. So you minor. I told you like this You can also act differently by you know, instead of using these two fingers for these two for these two positions, you use these two same thing, right? And then you at the top thes two again, which are the same as we had on the C and a G chord. So fourth figure top string third fret 1/3 finger second to top string. Also, which basically means you can switch between those courts by just moving one or two fingers . We'll cover this in the common core progressions. But tell something like this when I just want so this way. Just one figure. Pretty simple life, okay? 6. 3.1 C-Key Chords: I don't What? Come to your first part off all records You need to know in the key of C. Some off the course you already know because you've already learned them in the previous two toilets in the key of G. Okay, so we'll cover those anyways just so you can practice the to on just stuff with C. C. You already know how to play. So it's first finger. First finger first met, fifth string, second figure of second straight, second foot, third stream on the finger on a 30 foot second string. And you adults from this first string, the only stronger top. Okay, so that was a variation on this we love. I'm not gonna cover this. You can go back and watch it. Um, second. Well, so the second quarter of this recap we went, we're going down the ladder. Right? So 1765432 And back To what? So that he 77 If you think about it. If key if CS one than seven would be be right. So this is a B minor or kind of a C over B thing on its played like this second finger second fret second stream Onda uh, pinky or last finger on third foot. Last drink top string, sixth Street And you don't strong. You don't strong the first string again. So it sounds like this. Okay, let's move on to the next one. So we had seven. Now let's go down A 66 will be in a In this case, it's a minor. So a miner sells like this and it's a place like this. First finger on first fret Fifth Street, second finger on second fret third string 1/3 finger on also second fret fourth string. And again, you don't strong the first strict sounds like this on Do you may remember from the previous tutorial that you can also just leave out your third finger like this and it becomes a minor seventh, which is fine to sounds good too. Okay, so now we're at a a waas. So seven with B six was a fight will be a jeep. Just the one note or the one court off earlier life. So where we have everything in the key of G S. O g. Remember how it's done? You remember? Okay, So she was played like this second finger, Second string, second foot, that finger thoughts. But first ring and then your fourth finger, Last finger honest on the six string on top. Sounds like this. And that was different way of playing it too, Which was like this. You can look it up for your story. Okay, so now we were down with from 17655 G on four will be F that's in your court and it's a It's a difficult one. So pay attention. So that two ways of doing this the one is the first method is a bar chord. So where you have to buy all the strengths with your first finger? It sounds like this, which is really hard for beginners. So I don't recommend playing this when you first about can practice it, but recommended. So how do you do this in bar court variant, You basically by all the strings with your first finger, right? So put it on. All of them plays with down very hard. But the most important string is actually the 1st 1 and the top one since all the other strings are playing with other fingers, right? So basically, this first ring on the last six string has to be pushed down with your first finger. Okay, on your second finger is on 2nd 4th string here. Your third finger is on third fret second string, and your fourth finger is on third fret third string. Sounds like this Easier way off playing this like that's using your thumb. Okay, so how we're gonna do this? It's a bit complicated. So thumb on first string first fret first finger your pointing finger on the top two. Strength. So on fifth and sixth strength was you had to borrow earlier, right? So that's difficult when you bought it. Um, I thought finger a Samos before second fret fourth string and then third finger, third fret second string and fourth finger or last finger. 3rd 3rd 3rd Street. It sounds like this. This you have to practice. I unfortunately, but it's one of the harder courts. But once you mastered, you can play all the courts like, but that's not cover this. Okay, so the next one we were on four, right? This was four. So 76544 waas. The F major in this case on three would be e Okay, but this is a different. This is the first inversion off your base court, same as energy. So energy, you are left. There was also the first version off our base court. And basically it's the same as a secret. Exactly the same. So we kept a secret on a C chord as first finger. First fret Fifth string, second finger, second foot, third string on the third finger, third fret second Street. But in this case, you do strong the first string where earlier we only strong of the top five string Sounds like this thing. This case We also struck this one which adds the inversion. Sounds like this. Okay, so let's recap. Let's go down the ladder until this point and see what it sounds like. Why not here? So that was. See first version that way come to our last court off the Seiki, which is a D minor. That's something new to D Minor is played like this. First finger on first fat last drink Top street, second finger on second fret fourth street on your pinky, your last finger on third fret fifth string and you only strong the top four strings you don't from You don't strong. These two feels like this and I'm back to see. So when you go down, let's do it together. Why not? It sounds like this with the entire thing. Okay? These are all the courts you need to know in the key of C. I'll put a document up to tell you which court is which number, and then you can go ahead and practice them. Also put up in the document how you place your fingers, right, Okay. 7. 4.1 D-Key Chords: hi there. Since now you've covered basically into easiest case to play on the guitar wish. Even if they're easy, they're very useful. And you can do a lot with them, right? Let's cover some additional cords you might need. So let's do the key off. It's two D for since D. There are some easy ones which are confusing and will not cover all of them since some of them are really, really difficult or near impossible to do. Let's dio some off the courts Indeed. So the first quarter's dont know we call this the one right? So that was that's recap not, uh, first finger. 2nd 3rd 4th Street First finger second, but fourth Street, second finger second fret Last drink for six straight and your third finger on third fret second elastic fifth string and you only strum the top four strikes. Not these two. I was like nothing new. Okay, let's do something new. Let's do a major. A major in this case will be five. So if we do one of 64 in this case it sounds like this That would be five easy. Everything on the second fret first finger on third string second fret second finger on fourth string second fret and third finger on fifth string. Second fret You don't strum the first string, Only the top five. Okay, so that's a fight. One was Dio five was a major and six of this case will be beaten And in this case, to be minor, which isn't really a different, difficult court for beginning to It sounds like this on display like this. What color? A different way. A cheating way of playing this, which sounds not only good, but it's also much easier. We have only move one finger. Okay, so this is the regular way of playing it for B minor. Sounds like this on its first finger. Second fret second Street. And you also have to with your with your knuckle here you have to Your first finger has to , uh, do second fret 16 to So while also simultaneously doing this thistle post. Okay, second finger. It's, um, that threat Fifth Street here. Third finger is four. Threat Thirst re. Now we're going to fourth for threat. That should be interesting for you. Eso four threat third string on your pinky. It's also for threat on it's the fourth string. Sounds like this. That's a B minus. The thing with the monitors, its minor know. Imagine how you put it inside it up. All the miners are here. Okay, same as before. With the way all of them, you could sign up and down however you like. But that's just a thing to know on the side. I had to figure this out for myself. I didn't know and then the last key four g like this, which we've come up twice already. But let's cover it again. So that's a standard way of playing gs. Second finger, second string, second foot third, figure that. But first thing on fourth finger. Third fret, too. On six last string of Hope Street. Different way of playing. This was like this which waas a second figure. Third fret first string and then third finger. Also for its fifth string on your pinky. Also off the last e top string six. That's one way off. It sounds like this when you do it in Tokyo. That's the basic, well, pain. And it sounds basic to that's not cheating food stuff like this. So dear Samos before say, my solar earlier covers again so you can follow along its first finger on second fret fourth string, third finger second fret Top Street last week on the third finger on the third fret second last ring. So the key to play this progression is just moving your second finger Just moving your middle finger. I'm not flipping you off. That's just how it's done. Okay, so how you play a these two fingers in your records, So I want you to pay the d chord. Now What? I told you earlier thesis to stay in place. So for a D. U only played in top four strings, not the lower ones, not the lower to one for the A. You leave these to you move your second figure to second fret third, uh, street like this. And in this case, you play top five strength, not the first look. So piece. So you move from a d like this? It's a at nine court. But let's not talk about that. That's weird to me. Oh, have tension. And then how do you play the difficult court? So the B minor 15616 Uh, you basically move your second fingers on the middle finger. One string del second. Same like this, you know, And you mute the string wish. Uh, you played earlier for the So you moved from here to here and you mute out this strip again . You only pay the top five picks, so it sounds like this sounds really good. It's something complicated. I don't know what it is, but it sounds good for the last one was the major. We cheat again. We only move this finger. These to stay in place and we move it to one ST Lower and one for tight. So here and again, we mute out this trick. So we moved out of the second street. We don't play this and this one state chute on the top two fingers on the same place. So what, G uh, third fret first ring and are the ones of the same. So I want you to follow me. Now. Let's play d again. That's out with the if you're prepared. US studio, move on. Middle finger to to the A Now to the B minor. Out to the jeep. That's how easy this. Okay, 8. 5.1 E-Key Chords: hi there. Not for your last lecture on chords in this case Will do. E is very cool, since this string isn't easy. So many, many open strength. You don't have to push much and let's do you major First, you have learned this before. Sounds like this. All the strings on you have your first finger first fret. Full Street. Second figure. Second foot second Street, third figure, second foot third Street. What now? Let's dio after 1564 again, that's a very common core progression. So it's five in this case in B major, but we're gonna cheat. I will not teach you the proper way of kindness since you need to. I think it's the Power court configuration here, and it's like this First finger second fret Second Street. Um, third finger, fourth fret third string and then your pinky on. Also, four threats on fourth string. Andi, you don't want to strong your first string. It sounds like this really pretty, right? Just because you're doing open street sounds like this. If you want to, you can use a knuckle and also do the top on yourself like this. That's the only difference you can. I don't have to, but I just don't have just leave it like this. And now for the cool part. So we had one was a major five waas be major is. And now if you want to play a six go one note up So that will be see shot In this case, the cool thing is, it's exactly the same thing. A So this Just slide everything up One note again you can you can use a knuckle to to do the top one. But let's just takes you where exactly it is you probably figured out But first finger fourth threat second string 1/3 finger on which for this is 123456 frets That's drink on your last figure Also sick threats on the fourth string. And then you go back to 15644 This case will be a major, which I've talked your way What is this? But in this case, you get sheets too. So would here on 156 What? Six. That was minor. So, like this Why on four will be a major, but you can see it thes two other state positions for your hands and the A can be to wait this life everything down to a And then this finger goes into Not into nowhere. But it still works. It's called open a So how do you play the open thought? Finger on second fret third strength on your pinky on Also 2nd 4th string Sounds like this . Cool, right? Two additional ones. But this four let's do three. Why not? So three would be like this. Same staffs light up like you. So you play like this. This is the 4th 4th Rex, you have your second finger. Everything is fourth. Fret right. Second finger on first ring for threat 1/3 finger on third string four threat and fourth finger on fourth string. First fret and it's from everything. Three. And if you want to do to So this is what is this? This should be a g sharp minor or something like that. Something weird just like everything down. One note that's too Everything is now on second fret. This is a f sharp. So let's do the position. You have your second finger. Second fret first string everything second Fret your third finger. Third string second fret on your fourth finger. Fourth string second, Sonu. Everything in order. It sounds like this all you need to know. Also, some information about the power court steps right, so this wait around, you can slide it anywhere, but it's a different court. It's weird courts for different courts, which you can use so you can do the between anywhere you want. Pretty cool. This covers on the courts Really what you need to know. Those are pretty much all the cords. I know that's some weird ones, which I rarely use what I don't think are useful, but if you come across some of them, you can look them up or he was a capable. So if he was a capable you can play, let's say 99% off all the songs with just these courts, you could slide the action in the courts to just have to figure it out for yourself. I think that's the best way to do it. Have fun with all the courts. I just taught you have a look at the next lectures. We'll talk about some common progressions, such as my 564 what I discovered and you'll be able to play anything once you notice how all songs are saying okay 9. 6.1 1564 Chord Progression: hi there now for some common core progressions What you might hear in pop songs on the radio or you might not, but you're about to find out. So we've covered this already. That's to 1st 1564 So a court progression is basically a combination of cords which are repeated through the South. All right, so you probably got this already. So what? 564 in the key of G is G. D. C. Example. Assaults. Jason rests on your what example. Another example would be one example. What other examples are millions? Justin Bieber, baby right on. You can also play this in all the other kids, which I've shown. You see yourself like this C G, c g. And then you can also play a D, which the cheating method or was the original method I recommended cheating method Sounds better. You can also go outside and e so it'll be e B C. Five a first call progression of the day and probably your most important one. Okay, 10. 6.2 4156 Chord Progression: So that's the next chord progression on its well known in songs like Ruins five Pay Phone or something like those on its in the key of G, it's G E deep, so Gs one right on she is 156 c is for you. Start on the force of the core progression is one. So instead of starting on one, you start on four. So it's full. 156 six. Same order. But you started a different course too high for me as you know this. But it's that's the way it works. If we do that, do it in the key of C. Same thing we start on, we start in a different key. You know, we started to see we start on the four, right? So 1564 in this case is F So it's F c h g. And so again, this waas okay, looking that side with other courts and the numbers, and you'll be able to figure this out in the key off D. It's a weird wouldn't do that. In the key of D you can sounds were self g d. B A. We're using the cheating methods that will be in deep and case off e again well paying, cheating courts. But so open a and off that you can go get up in the previous lecture. It will be a E seaside B a E c sub B. That's another call progression. Cool your 2nd 1 11. 6.3 1545 Chord Progression: Okay, let's do your third chord progression. I'm just gonna do one random one. Which only is three courts, which is very commonly used in pop songs nowadays. Like Taylor Swift 22. It sounds something like this in the key of G only three course g DNC. So the corporation will be one 451545 OK, so that's another chord progression in the key of C, It's C g f c. Actually, we're not gonna call the strawman parents and how strong you can. You can find this out on your old, actually. But those are the courts of see GFT so in Indeed, this would be a d a g d d a g a. Okay, e Same thing. It's What is it? It's e B A B E baby. Same thing. Uh, that's it. Your next court Progressive 12. 6.4 4565 Chord Progression: Okay, let's do another one which is commonly used by the chain smokers. A tous moment. Three course, Onda? Uh, yeah. Three course. And this probably the simplest one. And the key to show you these core progressions is just for you to have some fun. Okay, fine. With a guitar. Once you fled the courts, you're supposed to have some fun with them. Okay, so the 2nd 1 of the one is now 4th 1 Sorry. Cock out. Fourth chord progression is now the one which chain smokers use, for example, In closer on, in the key of G, it starts with C e. See the C d e D c D. Up and down. I see you can also played in order like this numbers. What would this be? So C and G s four, 6545654565 Do you three courts in the key of C use on F, So it's FGF no f g a g f d f g a g f g a g. Okay. Hey, F g a g f g Asia and so on. Indeed. Let's not do this. It's probably weird. What works, too I mean, it works with every case on Deitz G A B A g a p a g a p h. It's probably the easiest. We only have to use one stance, but you have to slide up and down, so it's gonna make this suburb make out of that. You don't want that, but it so a B C five b, ABC shall be ABC. Okay, have fun with that. 13. 6.5 Going Down The Chord Ladder: Okay, now that you have you had some fun with some four and three chord progressions, which are easier. Here's a challenge for you, which is going down the ladder, which I've shown you in some of the previews and intelligent torrents for courts. Going on the ladder is basically paying every single cord out of every single key. We'll do this only for GN seasons for the other. That's close. Impossible sometimes what it's possible, but you don't wanna do it. You can use the cable for it if you don't know how to do this in other keys actually what it is in g c and eat because he is weird in this case. So it's literally just 17654321 That's Susan G. See, I put this in the description so you know what? Which, exactly, to play not for C. C. Okay, now, for e a bit more difficult. Uh, you can start out. You can also start up here, but it's weird. So that stuff down here I have to do this huge jump. Uh, this'll, uh, will be. Was this e that's de son. That's not us. Easier. So Let's do this. Right. So where is this? This is one seven threat seven. Cut on that. It's a decided thing way. Just you look first thing. Okay, So this weird thing I played on top of let's do this, actually, because I haven't covered this thing isn't e. I hope anywhere because when you place here, the top four strings are repeated, but it works on the second court I played waas e over decide we just like your first finger . 1/2 note down and then you go down to what? This is your last lesson. So congrats on finishing the course. I hope I wasn't going to Quick about the point of it is to showcase everything you need on the guitar and just having fun with it, because the more you time respect with the courts on the more you'll figure out things you haven't discovered yet. And things ways of paying them. So for instance, off course that a 1,000,000 different core progressions, but some of most of them use the same almost ourselves to use the same most of herself on the different ones like thats one. This a minor g major F major major, you can't do that. Nice, very good. Afford improv stuff. But that's the way it works. And the key is just to have fun and figure everything out for yourself. Maybe playing with Maybe just instead of strumming, you can think of pick if you want to, but this course is generally focused on court. So maybe find some other guy very know how to do this fund some other guy who knows how to teach you how to properly finger pick or strong that comes up torrents on YouTube to So go take it out on YouTube. You have to pay for it here on you know me. But thanks many Thanks for joining. If you have any improvement suggestions, please let me know on leaving honest rating, which I want you even illustrating which even I was rating and make sure it's helpful for the students when they read it, they know what it's like. This course, if you have comments, were just sent me a message. If their mistake sent me a message, fix it. You need additional material. Also sent me a message and I'll try to add it as soon as possible. So thank you very much. Cool