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How To : Solo over chord changes on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Improve your chord changes on acoustic guitar

In this video, we learn how to improve your chord changes on an acoustic guitar. Start off by playing slowly so you figure out exactly where each of the chords are. Then, start to play in faster and faster, making sure your chord changes are clean and not messed up. After you ...more

How To : Play "Changes" by David Bowie on guitar

Want to impress your friends by whipping out your guitar and strumming some of their favorite tunes the next time you are at a party? This two part acoustic guitar lesson teaches you how to play the David Bowie song "Changes." Once you get a hang of these popular guitar chords ...more

How To : Play minor chords and "Last Christmas" on piano

Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to change major triads and chords to minor triads and chords and play "Last Christmas," written by George Michael and performed by Wham! and Jimmy Eat World, on piano. This lesson uses the five-finger pattern concept to teach you ho ...more

How To : Play "Something Changed" by Pulp on guitar

This video is an acoustic guitar lesson from TboneWilson1978. In this video, he teaches you how to play the song "Something Changed" by Pulp. As always he starts you out by showing you which chords you need to know to get started on learning the song, and demonstrates how to f ...more

How To : Play perfect open chords on an electric guitar

If you're a musician in need of some lessons, there's no better way to learn than with Music Radar's so-called "Tuition" instructions. Although the title tuition is misleading, this video class is anything but costly, because it's free, right here. Whether you're looking for h ...more

How To : Do rhythm changes in C while playing bass

In this video, we learn how to play bass: Rhythm changes in C. A lot of times this tune is played very quickly, but playing slow can sound very nice as well. When you play slow you can see and hear exactly what the note is supposed to be like. There is more time in between the ...more

How To : Play chords on acoustic and electric guitars

Checkout this helpful interactive tutorial for learning acoustic or electric guitar. See how to learn chords for acoustic and electric guitars. The Guitar Chords section allows you to choose between electric or acoustic guitar, find any number of chords and hear them played on ...more

How To : Use capos and barre chords when playing the guitar

In these guitar lessons on video, learn how to change chord voicings by playing moveable chords, barre chords, and using a capo. These three techniques will help you transcribe the music you have in your head just as you hear it. Part 1 of 17 - How to Use capos and barre chord ...more

How To : Read and play chord lines on guitar

In this beginner guitar lesson, learn how to read chord lines - a very popular way to write out chords that is used in the guitar playing community. This method of writing chords is increasingly popular and makes chord reading easier to understand. Follow along with this tutor ...more

How To : Play chord progressions on the banjo

The banjo is a stringed musical instrument that's been adapted from several African instruments. Learn more about the banjo and chord progressions with expert tips in this free video series. Part 1 of 16 - How to Play chord progressions on the banjo. Play chord progressions on ...more

How To : Play chord inversions on the acoustic guitar

Learn how to play chord inversions on the acoustic guitar. Inversions can be used as alternatives or substitutes to create a little different sound in the songs we play. I'll introduce some easy chord inversions for some common chords. Play chord inversions on the acoustic gui ...more

How To : Play chord embellishments on the acoustic guitar

Thsi video lesson is on chord embellishments, specifically the use of suspended 2 and suspended 4 chords as little enhancements. Using these easy, little chords as substitutions will enhance your rhythm playing. Hopefully, this will aid in your strumming effectiveness too. We' ...more

How To : Play chord progressions on the piano

Piano improvisations don't just come out of nowhere - experts constantly practice finger agility drills as well as chord progressions. Watch this video to learn how to do chord progressions on the piano in order to improvise songs more easily on the piano. This tutorial focus ...more

How To : Play chord and melody tapping on the guitar

If you are looking for some new licks to incorporate into your solos on the electric guitar, then this how to video is a great place to start. In this guitar lesson you will learn how to play the tapping technique when playing chords and single line melodies. Some guitarists u ...more

How To : Play chord voicings on the piano

Learn how to voice certain chords on the piano in this free video music series that will teach you how to utilize one of the essentials of mastering the piano - voicing chords. Part 1 of 15 - How to Play chord voicings on the piano. Play chord voicings on the piano - Part 2 of ...more

How To : Play piano chord inversions with ease

Chord inversions are simpler than they sound - in effect, they help connect two chords together so they sound good being played one after the other. More technically, a chord inversion describes the relationship between a chord's bass with the other notes in the chord. Get th ...more

How To : Play funk chord voicings on guitar

Check out this instructional funk guitar video that shows you how to play funk chord voicings. Now that you know how to strum the 16th notes and how to add in some accents, learn a few funk chord voicings that work well with those techniques. The first is a 9th chord, and the ...more

How To : Play CFG chord progression

Learn the guitar chord progression of CFG with this video. You'll soon be playing guitar chords like a pro! Play CFG chord progression. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

How To : Play a jazzy chord vamp in G on the guitar

See how to play a fun, fast-paced R&B chord vamp in the key of G. With the guitar, as with any other instrument, if you want to improve, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash with free, high-quality guitar lessons like this one. For more information, and ...more

How To : Play the F chord

So you're getting pretty good now, and if you've been following Justin's progressional tutorials you know your major and minor chords and can strum. Now it's time to learn the dreaded F chord. Don't be alarmed, even though you have to hold down two strings with one finger, it ...more

How To : Play the E7 chord on the acoustic guitar

Like other minor chords, this one should be a piece of cake if you know your major chords! Here we will learn the E7 chord, with Charles Sedlak. Yes, that's right - the E7 chord. If your fingers are bleeding from those strings, good. Calluses help.

How To : Play the C7 chord on the acoustic guitar

You can see many of the elements of the major chords in the C7 chord. Here we will learn this chord, and here we will become rock gods, with help from Charles Sedlak, that is. It does take time and patience though.

How To : Play major 7 chord progression

Learn to play the Major 7 Guitar Chord with this video and become more dextrous in your practice. Play major 7 chord progression. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

How To : Play an easy chord progression and strum pattern

Check out this instructional acoustic guitar video that shows you how to play an easy chord progression and strum pattern. With this lesson and a bit of practice, you can practice your chord progression and strum patterns. Then learn how to play the song "American Pie" to impr ...more

How To : Play an EAB chord progression on the guitar

Here is an introduction to the Chord Progression EAB on your guitar. Master it and you will soon be sounding smoothly on your guitar. Play an EAB chord progression on the guitar. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

How To : Play a B11 chord on an acoustic or electric guitar

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a B eleven chord on a guitar in standard tuning (EADGBE). With the guitar, as with any other instrument, if you want to improve, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash with free, high-quality guitar lessons like thi ...more

How To : Play moveable minor chord forms on the ukulele

The ukulele is a beautiful and unique stringed instrument that is perfect for the traveling musician because it is so portable and relatively inexpensive. The ukelele is a version of a small guitar that originated in Hawaii. In this tutorial you will learn how to play three mo ...more

How To : Play a four-chord medley on the ukulele

Want to play Black Eyed Peas' "Where Is the Love" on the ukulele? How about Five for Fighting's "Superman"? Maroon 5's "She Will Be Loved"? Jason Mraz' "I'm Yours"? This free video ukulele lesson demonstrates a simple four-chord progression that will allow you to play all of t ...more

How To : Play a funk chord groove on the guitar

Do you dream of standing on stage in front of millions of fans with a guitar in your hand? You could make this dream come true, if only you could play the guitar! This guitar tutorial series from Robert Renman teaches you the basics of guitar playing along with a few beginner ...more

How To : Play a B chord on the guitar

This video is a demonstration of how to play a B chord on the guitar. Tab notation is shown as well as footage of a hand on a fret board playing the chord note by note slowly.

How To : Play the A sharp chord (A#) on the acoustic guitar

Before Bon Jovi caused teenage girls to spontaneously and simultaneously burst out of their clothing at his concerts he was just a kid in his basement, strumming chord after chord until his fingers turned red. Rock stardom requires sacrifice before all the fame and glory hits ...more

How To : Play movable major 7th chord shapes on the ukulele

In this clip, you'll learn how to incorporate movable M7th chords into your ukulele playing. If you want to get really good at playing the ukulele, it stands to reason that you'll need to practice. Happily, the Internet is awash in high-quality video lessons like this one from ...more

How To : Play the F major chord on an acoustic guitar

Master the F major chord on your acoustic guitar, with help from Charles Sedlak. If you can master this, the rest is downhill - you pretty much have it made. Watch out though, you have to cover two strings with one finger!

How To : Play a C minor chord on the piano

Pete Sears shows you how to play the C minor chord perfectly on your piano or keyboard. It's derived from the major chord, so if you know how to play major chords, it's easy! Part 1 of 2 - How to Play a C minor chord on the piano. Part 2 of 2 - How to Play a C minor chord on ...more

How To : Play a sliding 9th chord on a blues guitar

In this video, we learn how to play blues guitar: a sliding 9th chord. First, play a G9 chord, where you will here all of the chords around it as you play. You can slide this chord around one or two frets to hear different sounds come from it. It's a great vehicle to slide up ...more

How To : Play a F major chord with arpegio on flute

In this short lesson, learn how to play the F major chord on the flute with arpegio with Dan Lefler of Danman's Music School. Thinking your sound might be a little off? Catch a demonstration of how it sounds when played correctly.

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