CT-005 Chord progressions with new triad shapes

About this resource

Students often start out with chord by learning basic open chord shapes, then move on to some standard barre chord shapes. At that point any chord progressions they come up with usually only use those shapes. This is a problem because it restricts the student to only one or two voicings per chord. Compare this to a Jazz guitarist who understands how to create any chord in any inversion anywhere on the fretboard. The goal of this Creative Challenge is to help your student learn to develop this valuable skill.

Once students learn to come up with new chord shapes anywhere on the fretboard for any chord, they will begin to come up with more interesting chord progressions and start to understand the fretboard better.

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