SoundPure’s Eddie Berman teaches an abridged approach to playing a 1-3-4-5 chord change in the key of E. Eddie demonstrates the chord change in both the classic “bar chord” fingering and in a condensed method. This lesson shows the viewer the sonic flexibility a guitarist can gain from learning both progressions, and opens up the player to a wide range of possibilities on the fretboard.
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