The Hal Leonard Pocket Guitar Chord Dictionary is a compact reference guide that includes: over 2,700 guitar chord diagrams in all 12 keys; 58 chord qualities and four voicings for each chord; instructions on reading chord diagrams; and music theory to aid in chord construction. Measuring just 4 by 6 inches, this info-packed volume is […]
Over 900 Guitar Chord Diagrams with Photos The Guitarist’s Chord Book by Peter Vogl is a 144-page book that contains over 900 chords with photos to clearly illustrate each chord and each note of the chord is labeled. It also contains a special moveable chords section with the most widely used shapes for each class […]
Includes All the Major, Minor (Natural, Harmonic, Melodic) & Chromatic Scales — Plus Additional Instructions on Music Fundamentals Complete Book of Scales Chords Arpeggios and Cadences by Willard A. Palmer, Morton Manus, and Amanda Vick Lethco offers scale, chord, arpeggio, and cadence studies in all major and minor keys presented in a convenient two-page format. […]
Learning chords for the five-string banjo have never been so easy. In Banjo Chord Dictionary by Dick Weissman, basic chords in G tuning, C tuning, D tuning and D-minor tuning are clearly shown. Neck diagrams are used that show easy-to-read fingerings. Music notation is explained and tips on tuning are given. Identifying keys and the […]
A Chart of All the Basic Chords in Every Key This convenient Ukulele Chord Chart by Ron Manus, L. C. Harnsberger, and Nathaniel Gunod lists all the basic ukulele chords in every key. All chords are clearly shown using chord frames that indicate frets, fingerings, and the note names in every chord. Major, minor, seventh, […]
For beginner guitarists, reaching the point of playing your first song — and ultimately first batch of songs — is really important, for many reasons. The biggest one being that it means you’re applying the skills you’ve been working to develop and therefore you’re showing proven, tangible progress. This is not only rewarding, but encouraging […]
Here we’ll look at a set of ways to determine the right chords for your song, in a logical order so you can get started right away.