What chords sound good together? | Music theory ep. 7

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Episode 1: The most ESSENTIAL thing when you’re learning music theory – https://youtu.be/-YkiaALRb54

Episode 2: What you need to know: The most important SCALE – https://youtu.be/jfDxUUW6o6Y

Episode 3: Understanding CHORDS (Ep. 3 Music Theory) – https://youtu.be/BIWEcDGB5lA

Episode 4: The beauty of Sus2/Sus4 and Barre Chords! – https://youtu.be/WOr7gRlWe5o

Episode 5: INTERVALS | Music Theory Ep. 5 – https://youtu.be/77JzblP6URE

Episode 6: It makes you sound better: SEVENTH CHORDS!

In this series we’re exploring how you can make chords on the guitar yourselves. From a complete beginner to a player who can freely make, alter, break down and analyze chords. I’ll take you through the steps you need to learn to master these techniques and make them your own. This will greatly benefit your playing and overall knowledge of the instrument and music theory in general.

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