In today’s video we will teach you how to play guitar, second part.
We’ll start with Kryptonite by 3 Doors Down.
The first song uses 3 out of the 4 chords that we learned in the first video. It’s about getting the chord changes on time. It starts in the B-minor. You can play simple B-minor or the 4 finger B-minor. So it goes, B-minor, then you change to G, then B-minor, then you go to G-major, and finally the A-major. Once you get used to that, you can add the suspended ninth.
We suggest using a metronome or a drum machine so you get started easier.
You can also count by beats. The B-minor is full count which is 4 beats, then the G-major for half a bar, then to the A-suspended 9th. If you’re familiar with the song, you should be fine.
The next song, With or Without You by U2.
Start with the D-major, then the A-major, then a B-minor, then G-major. The chord order is 4 beats and then you change the chord.
The last song for today is by U2 again, and the song name is Sunday Bloody Sunday. It uses 3 chords. B-minor, D-major, and G-major. You need to practice until you get them with very clear sound.