Hi. This is Dave Anderson with online lesson videos and today, we’re going to talk about minor chords, minor chord list and C6 on the E9th neck. So let’s get started.
So, in the past video we’ve gone over doing 1,4,5 progressions and just keeping stuff and major chords and today I want to talk a little bit about minor chords and how to use those and songs as well. And like the major chords, if you remember the grips on the strings with your right hand they’re always--they sort of universal, they always work the same way and just to review on that or in case you don’t have that video, the 10th, the 8th and the 6th string starting on the lowest string, that is a grip so then where’s that we’ll give you a chord.
8th, 6th, and 5th string that too will give you the same chord different in version, six, five and four, same chord again, different in version. Five, Four, and three and you really want to just practice making those grips.
Now with the minor chords just like the major chords no matter what pedal changes or whatever changes you make, those grips will always remain the same. [Demonstration] So let’s start a little bit about the minor chords.