Guitar Noise Forum Moderator Greybeard takes us through the steps of creating a chord melody using Auld Lang Syne as an example.
Not everybody sings and even those who do sometimes prefer to have their guitars do the singing for them. These chord melody lessons are for all levels, from demonstrating the technique simple terms to guiding you through crafting your own personal chord melody arrangements.
Here’s a nice easy arrangement on a classic standard, brought to you by the inimitable Peter Simms. Lots of fun to play and if you’re really in a moony mood, check out the lesson on Blue Moon at Peter’s website as well!!
Peter Simms walks us through the basic steps of chord construction, which is a truly helpful thing to know when playing chord melodies, no? Learn all about major, minor and dominant chords in one easy lesson.
Here is part 2 of Peter’s arrangement of I Got Rhythm. Judging by the emails, you’ve all undoubtedly been working hard on his first lesson.
Peter Simms walks us through an introduction to the jazz style of chord melodies. And he makes it both easy and entertaining.
Silent Night is a classic three-chord song. Here is a simple yet elegant, single guitar arrangement of this beautiful Christmas song.