Creating Ambient, Open Sounding Guitar Chords
Author: Rick Peckham
Rick Peckham, Assistant Chair of the Berklee College of Music Guitar Department, explains how to add unique emotions and overtones to your playing by experimenting with triads over bass notes to build ambient, open guitar chords.
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