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GUITAR THEORY: Single Finger Chords Andrew for FREE lesson Handouts.This Video: November 29, 2011 | Search Videos by Title/Date.GO TO: Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question...Q: Last weekend, I went and watched a band at a local club and saw the guitarist playing through the entire song of their last set with one finger! I asked him about it, and he said it's a simple guitar concept called, "One Finger Chords." Can you explain this, because it seems like a super easy thing to use for a terrible rhythm guitar player like me! Thanks. Robert -- Toronto, CanadaA: This is a very easy idea, it's fantastic for beginners and it can be used in a lot of situations -- almost too many to list. The main idea is all about how a single universal one -finger shape can be moved as a three-string form all around the neck. What is very important to clarify with this approach is how, during this application, the bass player is either strongly supporting, or actually re-defining what the harmony is within each measure. So, to achieve this I'll need to perform an example, along with a bass-track for listeners to fully comprehend how the simplicity of this concept takes a broader form with harmony.The complete lesson /article for this video will be available on the Creative Guitar Studio and Andrew Wasson Blog websites shortly. Follow me on Twitter for active lesson posting announcements:TWITTER FEED: Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: WASSON - Personal Website: postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts)____________________________________2nd YOU TUBE CHANNEL: The Guitar BlogAndrew's Popular "GuitarBlog" YouTube Channel: Fan Page: Guitar Studio on Blogspot:
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