Make Your Chord Progressions Sound Beautiful | Bonus Content

This batch of bonus content is based on this YouTube lesson - please watch that first before you get started with the content here!

In the YouTube lesson, I picked a couple of parts from the intro etude to show you how I chose very specific chord voicings that would create a sense of continuity throughout the piece - meaning chord voicings that shared two or more notes in the same pitch.

Here you will find a video of the intro etude with the TAB overlaid (you can download the PDF & Guitar Pro files beneath the video player), as well as two lessons that breakdown the A and B sections of the etude and go into detail on the chord voicings and chord types used.

PDF attachments have been created to support the section breakdowns mentioned above.

Please note that if you are new to extended and suspended chord types and are perhaps not familiar with terms like 'minor 11' or '6sus2', you can learn all about chord construction in both of Bulletproof Guitar Player courses, which are available to stream as part of your subscription to the site! Click here to get started with Part 1 - Master the Fretboard

What's Included?

  • Downloadable TAB files for the etude (PDF & Guitar Pro)
  • Section A breakdown
  • Section B breakdown
  • PDF attachments to support both section breakdown lessons
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Section 1

Grab the TAB files for the etude and watch full breakdown lessons on the chord voicings used for the A and B sections.