Awesome Neo Soul Chord Progression – Easy Jazzy Guitar Lesson

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In this Guitar Control lesson video Instructor, Matias Ranga will show you how to play Awesome Neo Soul Chord Progression. Hey! This is Matias Ranga. Today you will be learning New Soul Progression. Do not forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for your daily inter lessons. We have the link in the description, where you can click or tap on it to download so you can follow along with this video. The first thing I would like to do is to play it at a slower speed for you to understand it better. This progression consists of two parts; we have the courts and the Little League subpages in between. What I would like you to do is focus on the actual progression playing and specifics. The first chord that I will be playing is in the G minor, not playing the entire card, just playing some part of the core. Put the index finger on the fourth fret all along for frame and have the sixth fret on the 5th and 4th string, then from there go to an E major 7, having my index on the seventh fret ring finger, on the ninth fret of the fourth wheel finger, on the 8th fret of the 3rd, and pinky finger on the ninth fret of a second, then C sharp minor 7, pay attention to all the shapes that I am going to show you because we are going to go deep into it. The index finger again on the 4th fret and then the ring finger on the 6th fret of the 4th and the middle finger on the fifth fret of the second now here we got the Jimi Hendrix chord, for that we have an E, this is an E flat 7 sharp 9. My middle finger on the sixth fret of the fifth string, then the ring index finger on the fifth fret of the fourth string, a ring finger on the sixth fret of the third string, and pinky finger on the seventh fret of the second string. From there, we repeat that run. Index finger on the 11th fret of the third second, first and middle finger on the twelfth fret of the third ring finger, and on the twelfth fret on the second, I put my pinky finger on the 14th fret, now that we got the shapes into this position, what I am going to do is actually start on the 4th string. With this one, I will be using the 6th fret of the 4th. The ring finger on the 6th fret of the 4th, and then the index finger on the 4th fret of the 3rd string, then bringing down my pinky finger to the 6th fret of the third index finger of the 4th fret, 2nd, and pinky on the 7th fret of the second, then from there we go straight up into this position. Remember how I told you to remove the pinky sometimes and let it hit. I’m not going to play the first string, straight up to a second, and then Reuben. Then I bring my pinky into the third-string 9th fret. Removing it could potentially do something if you want to play the entire corps. Going into the core, remove the middle finger, then bring it down, pull off, grab the pinky sixth fret of the third, and remove the pinky. From there, we go into the Jimi Hendrix chord, which is very easy. We are going to play this chord. I think it is a cool progression that you can play. Yes, it is a little bit challenging. I do have ECE tower lessons that you can check. I am releasing them soon. This is going to push your skills and make you a better guitar player. Click the link in the description and make sure you tap or download. I would love to know what you would like me to teach you in my next batch of lessons. Comment down below with your answers. Thank you so much for watching

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