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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Dreadnut, Sep 19, 2020.
Those chords are unlucky.
Gm Bb C (Muffin Man)
Am G F G (All Along the Watchtower)
Dm is the saddest of all keys ...
C-D-G, A-C-D or the always comfortable A-D-Em
For some reason the first chord I play every time I pick up a new guitar is an open A. To me if that chord doesn’t feel or sound right the guitar’s never gonna feel right.
...and sometimes A-A-A.
What else is there, really?
You only need one chord.....if you're Keith Urban!
Yep, that’s me, although sometimes I can get away with E, A, B.
I really feel like I'm the 'King of I-IV-V!'
In some variation of another.
It could be major or minor and in just about any key, with of course patterns in involving other chords within a song. But in my head it's 'all blues'
I play old school R&R/Rockabilly, Country/Bluegrass, and Blues/R&B- it's almost ALL I-IV-V and using major and minor scales in the melodies and solos.
For me the trick is to mix up all the genres during gig ( so folks don't pickup that I only know how to do one thing!)
Our home address for 28 years:
145 Baker Street
So it's destiny!
This line has stuck with me. I still get a chuckle from it.
The backdoor it tighter.
D - G - A, my favorite I IV V
D - A - E, the double plagal cadence
If you have a capo, you can change keys, and play the same chords forever ... in different keys ...
D, G, A7.
Depends what key the singer is in. I try to play in the same one, as it tends to work better that way.
This∆∆∆ plus E A and B7. The other country chords.
Blues in "A," Barre A 5th fret, D7 (C7 on the 3rd fret) and E7 (C7 on the 5th fret.) There you have the blues with only two finger positions.
Stick me in the bVII + the other two camp too.
I like IV V vi V myself.