What You'll Learn

Session 1:

  • Why 7th chords can seem so daunting (and why they don’t have to be)
  • Brief synopsis of Parts 1 & 2
  • Relationship of triads to 7th chords 
  • Where the term “7th chord” comes from
  • Building Major 7th chords
  • Recognizing the sound of Major 7th chords
  • How 7th chords are utilized in Metal and Rock
  • Faster method for figuring out the notes in Major 7th chords
  • Easily transform any Major chord into a Major 7th chord

Session 2:

  • Building a Dominant 7th chord
  • Recognizing the sound of a Dominant 7th chord
  • Faster method for figuring out the notes in Dominant 7th chords
  • Easily transform any Major chord into a Dominant 7th chord
  • Transform the triads when soloing 
  • Building Minor 7th chords
  • Faster method for figuring out the notes in Minor 7th chords
  • Easily transform any Minor chord into a Minor 7th chord
  • Building a Minor 7 b5 chord
  • Recognizing the sound of a Minor 7 b5 chord
  • Faster method for figuring out the notes in Minor 7 b5 chords
  • Difference between m7b5 chords and o7 chords

Session 3:

  • How 7th chords are related to scales
  • Transforming diatonic triads into 7th chords
  • Using 7th chords to change the style of a song 
  • Diatonic 7th chords of Minor keys
  • Ten different movable, practical shapes for Major 7th chords

Chord Craft Crash Course

Understanding how chords are constructed, how to find them anywhere on the Guitar neck, and having the confidence to use them, is something that most Guitarists only dream of. It can seem like an impossible task: what do all those chord symbols mean, let alone how do Guitarists actually use them to write songs?

In this extensive 4-part course, you’ll make the impossible, possible. And, you’ll find out that the whole “chord thing” wasn’t really as difficult as you thought!

With four hours of detailed video instruction, —- pages of written notes, Quizzes to test your comprehension, and Bonus supplementary material, Chord Craft Crash Course is like nothing you'll find anywhere else - and you can take that to the Chord Bank!


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