You’ve learned the major, minor and diminished triads in F Major. Let’s dive into all the SUS2 chords.
You’ve learned all the SUS2 chords in F Major, here’s the other side of the story the SUS4 Chords.
Getting back to some ear training, let’s test your ears with this chord challenge, good luck!
You’ve learned the key signature of C and F Major. The third and final Key we will be studying in Grade 1 will be G Major. You can play this one scale over any chord in G Major. And we use this same scale to build all the chords for the Key Signature as well.
You’ve learned the G Major scale, let’s now build chords from it. In this one video you will learn how to play all the chords in G Major. Good luck!
Pentatonic Scales have a very unique sound, they are quick to learn and fun to play. Check it out!
The E minor pentatonic scale can not only be played over E minor, but also any chord in G Major, have fun!
Have you learned all the major, minor and diminished triads in the key of G Major? If so check out these SUS2 chords in the Key of G Major. The suspended nature of these chords will add a new depth to your writing!
Now that we know all the SUS2 chords in G Major let’s check out the SUS4 chords, good luck!
You’ve learnt the scales and chords for G Major, now let’s tackle some sheet music. Starting with a melody.
Once you have mastered the melody let’s move onto some rock power chords!