Be a Better Acoustic Guitarist: How to Add Bass Notes to Common Chord Shapes
By incorporating sus4 chords into your repertoire, you can expand your root-position backup options substantially. But there are even more colors you can explore with standard chords down at the nut of your guitar. Many popular songs get their distinctive character by using “slash chords,” which have bass notes that are different from those in standard minor and major chords, and which can be effective in creating moving bass lines and transitions between chords. In this lesson, Andrew DuBrock teaches you how to form common slash chords and use them in short progressions.
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