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A Guide for Beginner - More Minor Chords - Page 11

by Christopher Sung
 
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Putting It All Together
So let's return to our first example where we play all 12 possible minor chords. The first 3 chords use the open string minor chords for E, A, and D. From then on, you use the chord forms learned in this lesson. Remember that the remaining chords are all derivatives of the two initial fingerings you learned for the G minor chord in measure 4, and the C minor chord in measure 5.
 
 
 
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