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Posted on August 9, 2014

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18 Comments

  • August 10, 2014

    Vincent Sabatino

    Good Stuff !! Thank You !!

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  • August 10, 2014

    Ed Wojcik

    Nice lessons Tony but please lay off that wang bar, you use it far too much. Just my humble opinion.

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    • August 17, 2014

      Fruitty

      Yeah, lay off the whammy and show the chords straight up. “Whammy-ing” is for another lesson…. Otherwise, good job, tough guy!

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  • August 10, 2014

    Jack

    Very very nice! Love it!

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  • August 10, 2014

    J

    Nice lesson, would be helpful to have a chord chart of the demonstrated chords for those of is who are memory challenged :) would make the lesson more effective and enable seeing chord shapes to transpose up n down the neck
    Thanks

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  • August 10, 2014

    Lloyd Sarno

    Ok, that was really pretty cool and informative!!!

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  • August 10, 2014

    James Chesky

    Love this.

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  • August 10, 2014

    Ron

    These are some of the BEST tips I have seen so simple and just music to the ears, thank you for sharing, loved every bit of this lesson!!!

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  • August 10, 2014

    Joe

    I didn’t see what key. F#?

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    • August 12, 2014

      admin

      Those are all E dominant chords. You can use them in a blues in E.

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  • August 10, 2014

    Dave Angeles

    No tabs?

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    • August 12, 2014

      admin

      We usually add the tabs for all our daily lessons, but this one is from an upcoming course. So you will get the full tabs when you get the DVDs.

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  • August 11, 2014

    Tim Hillwood

    Great chords. Thanks for showing them because they add a lot of color to some blues and jazz pieces.

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  • August 11, 2014

    Kevin B.

    This very helpful. I didn’t know Freddie king invented chords. Its so simple and easy how you can play the chords. Thanks guys. My nephew got into guitar playing. He’s starting with and old acoustic. Learned a few majors last night. This video well be helpful for him. Thanks guys.

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  • August 11, 2014

    peter fernandes

    I can’t thank you sufficiently for sharing your knowledge
    and teaching me how to play.
    Thank you and I appreciate it very much.
    pete

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  • August 14, 2014

    Billy "guitar"

    Hey hope all r well real nice lesson beautiful chords what a awesome instrument the guitar truly is thx Claude fir all the great videos practice practice practice then more practice is the only way YAHOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • August 21, 2014

    George

    Beautiful stuff. However, I’m not sure what chord it is your playing at any given time. I can see what the root note is but is a suspended 4th etc. or what? It would be nice if you would say what it is your playing.

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    • August 25, 2014

      admin

      Hey, that´s just a tiny part of the course, ofcourse he explains all those chords in details in the actual DVDs.

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