Triple Your Chords in 7 Days by Steve Stine

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5.00 out of 5 based on 14 customer ratings
(14 customer reviews)

$117.00 $37.00 68% off

  1. Visualize chords across the entire fretboard with easy-to-learn shortcuts
  2. Combine chords to create chord progressions for any style of music
  3. Learn to play songs with complete confidence without having to look up tabs or sheet music

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Here is what you get:

  • 2h of Online Video Lessons
    Downloadable Tab Book
    Audio Jam Tracks

Preview Videos

1 Easy Way To Get Creative With Chords

1 Must Know Blues Guitar Chord

1 Secret To Creating Melodies With Chords

Here’s What You’ll Discover In Triple Your Chords in 7 Days

Module 1

  • 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.

Module 2

  • 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.

Module 3

  • 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

Module 4

  • 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.

About Steve Stine

14 reviews for Triple Your Chords in 7 Days

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kevin McCleese

    easily explained on how to have variety in your chords. Loved the Course! As always, thanks for being an awesome teacher Steve!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Dunlap

    I think all Steve's courses are great, very easy to understand . The best instructor for me to learn by I'm 66 and author in my hands which makes it take longer to do some of the chords. Loved the course Thank you Steve David Dunlap

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Terry Tosh

    This is an excellent fundamentals course that really helps you kick up your playing several notches. I haven't completed the course yet, but in several modules I've had light bulbs go off that let me go quickly start playing songs that I'd wanted to play for years but had never grasped how.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    carevat-fun@yahoo.com

    Haven't finished this course yet but it is excellent so far. Steve has such a gift to relate to students of all levels and get them to grasp the concept. I haven't looked at theory in 50 years, though I once knew quite a bit; Steve inserts enough theory in this course to refresh your memory or make you want to take one of the theory courses. Will be a while before I can get the skill Steve displays -- but I like the challenge he sets for me.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kevin Connor

    Really great helpful informative course well written and demonstrated .. Steve is a top player and can teach very well .

    Really relaxed atmosphere executed by a top dude !

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    James Baker

    This is a really good course. It is both interesting and simple.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bill Bommer

    Steve’s way of teaching makes it easy to learn because he breaks it down a little at a time. This course has helped me take major or minor chords and expand which create a little different sound to spice up my playing. . I love it, Thanks Steve.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bryan Griffiths

    This course did more than teach me chords, Steve's instructional technique is so engaging he inspired me to 'triple my chords' as well as giving me the freedom to experiment with the fret board, learning as I go. A fantastic course I would recommend to anyone. Thank you Steve.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gary Banlowe

    I already knew a lot of chords but still am unsure about how to create diminished chords. It was a great refresher as I have just recently gotten back to playing guitar. Steve is one of the best teachers I've come across. I'd highly recommend him to anyone wanting a clear and concise teacher.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paul St Jean

    Another great tool for my guitar “toolbox,” all of Steve’s courses inspire me to learn, and this one is no different. Thank you to everyone at Guitarzoom!

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Frank O'Connor

    It has open my eyes. I always thought I was stock with only onw way of making a chord. but now I know there are more options available to me. It sure helps to know one is not limited. It is easy to follow along. Thanks Steve.

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jack Haskins

    Great course and one I'd recommend everyone take. Like most theory it's good to know why or how music works. Here is part of a chart I've had for many years. Along with a list of all the major scales you can figure out the notes needed for a chord type. It's a cheat sheet sort of to quickly find out which notes are needed for the chords you may not use as often as others. It's easy to remember the major chord has notes 1-3-5. But what note numbers are needed for a diminished 9 chord? If I don't use dim 9 chords often I won't remember the formula and I'd need to get the formula then get the notes. A chart like this might be a nice .PDF file in the downloadable booklets.

    CHORD TYPE NOTE #s NOTES
    Major 1, 3, 5 C, E, G Minor 1, 3b, 5 C, Eb, G .
    Diminished (vii) 1, 3b, 5b C, Eb, Gb
    Dominent 7th (called 7th) 1, 3, 5, 7b C, E, G, Bb Major 7th 1, 3, 5, 7 C, E, G, B
    Suspended 4th (sus4) 1, 4, 5 C, F, G
    Suspended 2nd (sus2) 1, 2, 5 C, D, G
    Diminished 7th 1, 3b, 5b, 7bb
    Diminished 9th 1, 3b, 5b, 6, 9 .

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Yap Yee Jye

    I love this course so must, because it was easy to understand about the Suspended and Add chords.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jack O'Ryan (verified owner)

    Don't let the small price fool you. This is an important skill to add you our arsenal to help make anyone a better well-rounded guitar player as you expand our chord library!
    This is a MUST course to add to anyone's Guitar Zoom library!

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