I am really excited about this lesson as I know it’s the lesson I never had when I wanted to sing and play ‘rock’ songs at the piano. Let me explain…
I have had many of you out there ask me “How do I make the VI – IV – I – V – ( 6 – 4 -1 -5 ) or the I – V – VI – V ( 1 – 5 -6 4 ) sound more interesting? How do you get away from root position as it gets boring? What would I play?
At the 3.30 min point in the VIDEO all 10 variations are played by me and are written on the screen for you to read and play. Better still download the FREE PDF & SUBSCRIBE to not miss out!
HERE is the PDF below :
How Awesome are those!! 🙂
What’s cool about these variations is that you can use any of the bars and change them to suit whatever chord you are on depending on the key.
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Take it easy,
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