The best shapes to use for chords G, C, D, Em, Am and Bm in the key of G
Great for both acoustic and electric rock rhythm playing! The six open chords in the key of G major is hard to beat on the guitar. Easy to fret, easy to change chords. You can get some great choppy rhythms and some interesting added melody notes.
And as we’ll learn later – they are the basis for those great U2 style double-note riffs.
Simply a must-learn set!
What you’ll learn
The six open chords in G that work together in hundreds of songs
How to quickly grab, then smoothly change chords
Song building blocks : four essential chord patterns
Four backing tracks to get you using these in the worship team
My favourite Chord Substitutes – easier to use, better sounding!
The G part of the CAGED System that enables you to move round the neck