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What are the basic guitar chords?

Are they based on a regular 1:1 measure or do you use your fingers to help you find the perfect chord? I was wondering whether you use your lips to help you find chord names.

KIRK: It seems to be a good idea to find chord names while you’re singing. If you start singing, you sing like a singer, so you should be able to recognize a chord name fairly quickly.

If you start singing in a mode such as B flat major or E minor, as I do, there will seem to be a lot more chord changes. This is because the scale changes are smaller but all the notes appear together in one big chord. As you work on these types of songs it might feel as if you’re working more with the fingers.

I use the index finger mostly to find the chord names, and that’s about it. If you really want to know where a chord is in a song, you usually just sing the lyrics to the song and make up a chord name yourself. If your rhythm guitar has an arpeggiator, you can do a bit of research about where this is in the song. However, in my head I’m not a musical expert, so I usually have to do some research, or ask somebody else for assistance. If you’re looking at a song with very few chord changes, you might want to experiment with the notes to find one that makes sense for the song. It can be helpful to just sit there and sing the chorus like you’re singing the melody.

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