Guitar Blog 4 - June 17, 2008 - After Third lesson

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This entry was supposed to be recorded Monday June 16 (yesterday), but there were some sound related technical glitches, so I had to record again.

This week’s lesson is an extension of last week. I got some advice on how to practice chord changes incrementally, and I got the chord progression for the chorus part of the song as well.

As an added bonus I'll be popping up chord charts from now on (or until I get sick of doing it), so the last couple of minutes is an explanation on how to read chord charts. Exciting or what?!