The following left handed guitar chord chart is of the most
basic chords. All the complex chords evolve from these basic
Learn these left handed
guitar chords and the world of bar chords will open up to
you because basic bar chords are just the simple open chords
further up the neck.
So what good are the
basic left handed guitar chords?
Well, they are at the
same time useless and vital.
By that I mean randomly
they don't do anything. Except sound bad.
The left hand guitar
chart is a tool. A reference. You must use that tool to put
the basic chords into chord progression
Chord progressions and
really where it is at.
The chord progressions
are based on music theory.
If you have a metronome
and a drum machine it's the best way to learn chord progressions
that I know of.
Start out learning to
switch between the chords in these simple progressions as
slowly as you can.
Why? It works the changes
into your nervous system so that they become part of you.
Work your speed up slowly.
Progress onto the metronome and then finally the drum machine.
You'll find that each new drum pattern is like a different
song. Amazing stuff. Fun too.
Here's some simple chord
progressions to learn with the left handed guitar chords.
Refer to the left handed guitar chord chart.
C | F | G | C
D | G | A | D
G | C | D | G
A | D | E | A
C | Dm | G | C
D | Em | A | D
G | Am | D | G
So go ahead and memorize
and learn each chord from the left hand guitar chord chart
so that it is a automatic reflex you can use without thinking.
Be patient with yourself.
Have a great time with
these, This is only the very beginning. These may seem very
simple but remember, hundreds of hits songs where made from
only three chords.