e minor and G Major

Ah! Apologies. We missed posting a day's lesson with Monday being a public holiday. If it's any consolation Rockbadger Productions were involved in promoting a live music event, so you rest assured that our lessons have use in real world music.

For today we're highlighting an easy chord change. It's a common change appearing in all forms of music. The version below shows full chords played with four even beats. Aim to play each chord accurately on beat, and make sure your change also occurs on beat. That means you'll have to move your fingers to make the new chord shape a fraction before the beat so that your new chord can be played on time.

The e minor and G Major chords work well together. If you like you can reverse the progression and play the G Major first followed by the e minor.

 easy chord change