#1
Hey!

I recently bought a book called "Guitar Chord Encyclopedia" and all the chords are listed in alphabetical order. I have been playing guitar for 3 months, and the chords i currently know are E, G, A, D, D minor, A minor, C, and E minor (Basically most chords on the first 4 frets)

What chords should i work on next?
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Epiphone Les Paul Special II
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#2
Try some of the open chords on this page.

There is no specific order that you have to learn them in.

You can explore, or you can play them in the context of a song.
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Last edited by GuitarMunky at Nov 1, 2009,
#3
All the Majors and the minors, and all across the fretboard, not just in open position. Also learn the theory behind chords; it will help you understand the concept much much more.
#6
Quote by Angry-Mares
Also learn the theory behind chords; it will help you understand the concept much much more.


This is something that would help most of all. Learning how to build chord's from a scale.And how they apply to the fretboard.Then you will find that most of the chords in your book are the same shape's just in different places on the guitar.