Everyone enjoys free resources! This is just one of the reasons why I love the internet in today’s world. There are tons of free resources online especially for creative people. Hopefully this is helpful for anyone who’s trying to teach themselves to play the guitar one chord at a time.
As you may already know, personally, I wouldn’t advise anyone to try to learn any musical instrument on their own, unless you think this is just a phase for you and just need to exercise some restless creative energy. Just be informed. Be prepared to deal with the discomfort, frustration, and eventual fate of giving up on yet another extinguished passion when trying to do specialized things without direction or guidance.
Of course, I am being facetious on purpose. But as with any joke, there is always some truth sprinkled in. And this is where your friendship with me comes in handy! Once the discouragement sets in as you try to basically teach yourself a new language, #shadehasbeenthrown, please feel free to contact me for any advice or even to talk through any possibly of finding some lessons in your area or with me!
In the meantime, here’s a great FREE resource provided from your friends at Jamorama.com. Here’s a little description from their website explaining what you can expect from their Chord Book. Until next time, keep practicing!
“THE JAMORAMA CHORD BOOK COVERS ALL MAJOR, MINOR, DOMINANT 7TH, MAJOR 7TH, MINOR 7TH AND SUSPENDED 4 CHORDS AND PROVIDES SUGGESTED CHORD PROGRESSIONS TO HELP YOU USE EACH CHORD.”
copied from jamorama.com
Now that you’ve tried figuring out how to use this tool on your own, how’d you do? Leave a comment below if this helps and what other kinds of resources are you looking for. And once you get stuck trying to teach yourself, I’m here for you and yes, I do give private lessons!