#1
Trying to get better with them, and even though i can practice chords all day long i seem to do better at actually getting the changes down when i play music, i can just "get into it" better. I'm not advanced by any means, so try and keep the songs simple enough.
#2
Any bob dylan song, his early stuff has some very nice open chord voicings.
But really, just learn the songs you like .
#3
Most songs can be reduced to chords and melody. Just take any song you like, search UG for it and click on the "chords" links.
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#5
Go to the homepage, click TOP 100 TABS, change the filter to Chords and bang there's 100 chord tabs with about 90% of them being simple pop tunes. Great for practicing if you're stuck for songs
#6
Quote by rockingamer2
Just take any song you like, search UG for it and click on the "chords" links.

If there are barre chords in it, try transposing it to G major, E minor or A minor (UG does it automatically). Might do the trick in less harmonically complex songs.
#10
just learn what you want to learn. if it pushes you to learn something beyond your skill threshold, fight through it. repeat until you're famous
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#11
Quote by sickman411
If there are barre chords in it, try transposing it to G major, E minor or A minor (UG does it automatically). Might do the trick in less harmonically complex songs.



You don't need to transpose anything, if a song has barre chords in it you can simply play them as open chords instead
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