Few years ago one of my beginner student asked me when I was going to teach him some advanced chords. I thought about it then I asked him "When you say advanced, do you mean different chords?" He kind of looked relived "Oh yeah, different chords!"
The difference between Advanced and "Different" chords is pretty simple. Advanced chords are usually difficult to learn, "different" chords can be as simple as basic chords but they just sound more interesting.
In this lesson I am going to show you how you can easily create different sounding fingerstyle guitar chords that are actually easier than some of the basic chords you already know.
The concept is simple: Find two notes that work for each chord. When we change chord, the only thing that actually changes is the bass note.
This way of playing fingerstyle guitar chords is really powerful because it'll open up a ton of different chords that are easy to learn and play. Beginners love it because it feels like playing something different that is not too challenging and demoralizing.
As always, take things steps by step. It will take time to become familiar with this concept.
Once you are ready, make sure you expand the concept in other
keys and different rhythmic ideas.
I hope you get inspired.