Barre Chord Basic
If you can play basic "open position" chords, you're ready for this book. Barre chords are one of the great advantages guitarists have. Because barre chords are "moveable" (transposable to any key), after learning just a few simple fingerings you'll be able to play virtually any chord, in any key! Topics include "E" type barre chords, "A" type barre chords, major, minor and dominant 7th forms, rock & roll style power chords and boogie progressions, simple "jazz" chords to spice up the blues, and much more.
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Root Five Barre Chords
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