This is the fifteenth lesson in the Playbook for the Beginner and Beyond series. We're talking about the other most widely used moveable chord formations. For a complete listing of all the lessons in this series, click the link above or search for lessons under my name.
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This looks like a long lesson, but there's just plenty of examples.
Looking at the basic formations we've already covered in the lesson Learn the Barres
, we found the two most widely used formations to be the E and A forms. As presented, each had a major chord and it's minor chord compliment. Brief examples: