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  1. Common Major Chord Variations (#745) - Page 5 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    For our D chord, we can remove the F# at the 2nd fret on the 1st string and play the open high E string instead. This creates a D sus2 chord, and this variation is very similar to what we did with the A major chord: cho|x|...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 33569 Hits · 4.11/5 (19 ratings) · Last modified: 3/1/2000
  2. Common Major Chord Variations (#745) - Page 2 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Simple enough? I think the C chord, by far, has the most potential for variation using pretty easy fingerings. We saw three different variations on the last page, but from here on in, we'll only see one or two variations fo...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 33569 Hits · 4.11/5 (19 ratings) · Last modified: 3/1/2000
  3. Cowboy Hat (#6366) - Page 1 by Coco Gaston (963)
    Cowboy hat, original from uruguay by the author of rico normandy. Not very famous, never got far, partiture too hard to read, timing impossible. If you look at the last measure, the iidea of rht will come to mind, you may use...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 4089 Hits · 5.00/5 (2 ratings) · Last modified: 4/5/2003
  4. A Little More Alternate Voicing (#2235) - Page 3 by Tim Ball (2060)
    Here's how the introduction sounds. Again, if your MIDI is like mine, you may be missing the cool feel of this progression.
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 37198 Hits · 3.86/5 (37 ratings) · Last modified: 1/18/2001
  5. Open voice chord progression (#650) - Page 2 by Greg Seeno (119)
    cho|x|x|7|5|0|0|A|cho cho|x|x|5|4|0|0|G|cho cho|x|x|4|2|0|0|F#|cho cho|x|x|3|2|0|0|F|choheres another great sounding progression.[Arpeggiate ,strum]try any combo cool chords .
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 8935 Hits · 2.55/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 7/18/2000
  6. Nails (#5911) - Page 3 by Gregory Wolff (572)
    The next pair of chords continue change the E min7 into a G. Note that we are using yet another voicing of the E Min7 chord, maintaining the previously added D, but also including the G on the first string. Note how as the ...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 10092 Hits · 4.17/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 4/9/2003
  7. Charlie (#3030) - Page 1 by Rick Payman (10059)
    A little work in progress (oh alright then, yet another unfinished piece ...) <br/><br/> The left-hand fingering in the fist Bar is a little awkward - I fret the F# bass note with my 2nd finger, with a first finger half-Barre on t...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 10598 Hits · 5.00/5 (7 ratings) · Last modified: 8/5/2007
  8. Common Minor Chord Variations (#772) - Page 1 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    OK, if you took my <b><a href="/cgi-bin/page_view.pl?l=10">A Guide for Beginners - Minor Chords</a></b> lesson, you should be familiar with your basic open A, E, and D minor chords. In a recent lesson, entitled <b><a href="/...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 20960 Hits · 4.32/5 (28 ratings) · Last modified: 7/24/2000
  9. Nails (#5911) - Page 5 by Gregory Wolff (572)
    This is the initial closing sequence of the piece. The V/IV/I progression reinforces the G major key and gives a finality to that resolution. This of course represents the finality of the work that Christ did on the Cross. ...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 10092 Hits · 4.17/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 4/9/2003
  10. The Open Road (#3430) - Page 1 by Rick Payman (10059)
    An experimental rhythmic picking style.
    Acoustic/Folk · Advanced · 8356 Hits · 4.78/5 (9 ratings) · Last modified: 9/23/2001
  11. Nails (#5911) - Page 2 by Gregory Wolff (572)
    The initial strumming section begins the gradual transformation of the E Min 7 into a G Major. The first chord is actually just another voicing of the E Min7, but with an added D on the second string. This begins the transi...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 10092 Hits · 4.17/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 4/9/2003
  12. Ricks' Reggae (#3268) - Page 1 by Rick Payman (10059)
    Here is a moderately simple Reggae rhythm pattern for solo guitar, which may be used as an exercise for practicing right-hand thumb independance. <br/><br/> A basic upbeat rhythm pattern is introduced by the <B>Am</B> & <B>G</B> ...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 7488 Hits · 4.50/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 7/30/2001
  13. A Friend In You (#4494) - Page 1 by Rick Payman (10059)
    A melodic finger-style piece with open string pull-offs and bass line. <br/><br/> Any slight limp in the playback timing is unintentional.
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 40901 Hits · 4.34/5 (73 ratings) · Last modified: 11/14/2005
  14. Charlie (#3030) - Page 2 by Rick Payman (10059)
    A premature attempt at an ending. &nbsp;<I>(Hold on to your seat belts through Bar 18)</I> <br/><br/> Play the Bars of the preceding Page through twice before proceeding ...
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 10598 Hits · 5.00/5 (7 ratings) · Last modified: 8/5/2007
  15. The Open Road (#3430) - Page 3 by Rick Payman (10059)
    This section switches to the minor key, which contrasts nicely when alternated with the major sections of the preceding pages.
    Acoustic/Folk · Advanced · 8356 Hits · 4.78/5 (9 ratings) · Last modified: 9/23/2001
  16. Basic Inversions of Major Chords (#20) - Page 1 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    A great way to add some interesting textures to the way you play tunes is to use <b>inversions</b> of chords you already know. An inversion is when you play a chord using a bass note that is not the root of the chord. This ...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 131604 Hits · 4.14/5 (137 ratings) · Last modified: 5/23/1999
  17. Pull Off A Strumming Trick (#1277) - Page 1 by Rick Payman (10059)
    Ok, having just broken one of my picking nails, perhaps it is about time to present a strumming lesson. <br/><br/> This lesson presents a simple but unusual strumming pattern using open strings, bass note pull-offs, and the occasi...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 4956 Hits · 3.60/5 (5 ratings) · Last modified: 7/13/2000
  18. Alternating Bass and Country Blues I (#862) - Page 2 by Jim Burger (4613)
    The first question you need to ask yourself is "what chord fingerings will I be using when play this song?" Country blues songs tend to use a lot of open major and 7th chords -- C's, G's, D's, A's, E's (although the old mas...(more)
    Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 60120 Hits · 4.51/5 (65 ratings) · Last modified: 4/3/2000
  19. Rambarama (#5696) - Page 1 by Rick Payman (10059)
    An unusual 3/4 (6/8) rhythm somewhere between a Bossa, Samba and Waltz, <BR> played against a slow percussion in 4/4. <br/><br/> The second sequence is just for noodling. <br/><br/> What more could a man want ... Repeat ...
    Acoustic/Folk · Intermediate · 3347 Hits · 4.17/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 12/9/2002
  20. Yankee Doodle (#8526) - Page 2 by Peter Hsieh (1575)
    Yankee Doodle is a very simple children's song with very simple chords. It is comprised of the D, A7, and G chord. Be sure to check out the next page for a jam along!!!
    Acoustic/Folk · Beginner · 7526 Hits · 3.67/5 (3 ratings) · Last modified: 8/16/2004