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Guitar Chords Made Simple Kindle Edition

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sinlesss1 on June 12, 2012
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I have purchased as many guitar theory, learning courses, from Jonathan as I have been possibly able to. Though there is much to learn about the guitar, not only hands on, but also in the 'classroom', this course is it!!!
Jonathan takes us into the steps smoothly and clearly making the learning process easy to absorb and digest (Unlike others who tend to overplay their guitar without showing us what their doing, spending a lot of time talking about themselves or overjoking).
Just like anything we learn in life I have found that I IV V tends to come together when we least expect it to. This is not an overnighter, nor is it a burden to learn quickly. I have spent time studying sections of the video after casually going through it a few times first, then back to the hands on to practice my chord progressions, barre chords, etc. At least in my learning preference spending time on a section of the course and then back to hands on seems to work real well to keep the tempo going. This written version is only a plus to the video as it can be used for on the go and when one just feels like reading. Either way both are great to teach us the guitar in a whole. I have even showed this course to my instructor who did not know what the scales patterns were, how they were made, or even where the chords came from (As Jonathan has taught that the Chords are made up with specific notes . .). As a new learner I feel complimented to start off this way an I have even been told that the way I am learning is best. I even know of those who have written songs yet without I IV V knowledge I wonder how they can know what chords are related to the key they are in. (Maybe they are using a chord that is not in their key?
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