Always wanted to play your favorite tracks on your aunt’s piano, but never knew how? Look no further, oh brave rockstar in the making. After reading this blog post, you’ll be able to play along with all your dearly treasured songs. We’re going to teach you how to read a chord diagram for piano.
Tag Archives: G chord
Three simple steps is all it takes to learn how to play a G chord
Basic chords are easy once you know how to play them. But the process of learning them can be painful and annoying. That's why we're going to break down the information in three simple steps. This way you’ll learn how to play a G chord in no time!
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The days are getting shorter, the leaves are turning yellow, temperatures are dropping: It’s autumn. Think of it what you want, fact is you have to deal with it. So, if you have a hankering for the summer, here’s the solution: play along with our Reggae Channel. Where the sun is always shining.
Chord of the week – Pitch the G into a G# or flatten your A with an Ab, the chord remains the same
This week, the spotlight is aimed at G#. Fun fact: whether a note is raised or lowered depends a lot on how you look at it. Let me explain. The G# is a G raised by a semitone. But, when an A is lowered one semitone, you get an Ab which actually sounds exactly like a G#. Yeah, crazy isn't it?
The biggest gangster among the triads is the G major – chord of the week
There is no bigger G than the G major in the guitar universe. This triad fits in gangster hip-hop as well as in country and pop. That's why this week we're presenting the G major as chord of the week. Check out our Instagram for more chords.