Triple Your Chords in 7 Days by Steve StineCategories: Bestseller, Chords, Sale, Storefront
- Visualize chords across the entire fretboard with easy-to-learn shortcuts
- Combine chords to create chord progressions for any style of music
- Learn to play songs with complete confidence without having to look up tabs or sheet music
Here is what you get:
- 2h of Online Video Lessons
Downloadable Tab Book
Audio Jam Tracks
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Triple Your Chords in 7 Days
- How to use chords to easily spice up your rhythm guitar playing. So you can have more freedom to express yourself musically.
- How to add creativity to your guitar playing using chord/scale exploration. So you always have something cool to play.
- How chords are created from the major scale. So you know what chords to play for any simple progression.
- Simple chord expansions that will massively improve your songwriting. Which means, your songs will be more expressive and musical.
- How moving your adding a finger or taking a finger off a standard chord shape can be a great starting place for new and interesting sounds.
- The magic of suspended chords and how they can be used over both major and minor chords. Which means, you can play effectively over any chord progression.
- How to use dominant 7ths for a more “bluesy” sound. So you can play “authentic” blues rhythm guitar.
- An easy-to-understand chord study. So you can master basic chord theory and find out how it will skyrocket your guitar playing.
- How barre chord expansion can give your playing and songwriting more color. Which means, you won’t have to play the same boring chords as everyone else.
- How to play chords such as 7ths, 6ths, 9ths and 11ths. So you know what chords will sound great in different playing situations
- How to use chord fragments to get outside of block chords and create awesome melodies. So you can add embellishments that are real “crowd pleasers.”
- A simple way to create chords from any scale. Which means, you’ll be able to play the “right” chord progression, even if you don’t have tabs or sheet music.
- How to use chord expansions in the “real world.” So you can hear how creative you can make chord progressions using simple techniques that sound great.