When I first started playing guitar, I was curious about the songwriting process and specifically why nearly every riff in rock music used the power chord and/or pentatonic scales.
I knew there had to be more to making music than this, but for awhile I admit that I thought I was a genius for noticing this trend lol.
After being disappointed in the many chord and “theory” books I bought, I finally went to a college textbook to get some answers. They were not easy to take in and apply to the world of guitar.
In fact they still aren’t, but I think I’ve made a solid foundation for a new way of approaching chord progressions on the guitar.
Slash chords, as you’re about to learn about, are nothing new. You’ll see that even the Sex Pistols, who admitted to themselves at one point that “they weren’t writing fucking beethoven!”, used these chords a little bit.
I’ll show you examples from several artists, and provide a framework for using these new musical tools in your own way.
I will say it again though……
You need a solid foundation in music theory to properly take in these concepts. Enter at your own risk if you don’t think you need to go through MTD, and don’t complain if this is too hard.
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