Overview of The CAGED System – Lesson 23

About Overview of The CAGED System – Lesson 23

Level: Beginner

Overview of The CAGED System – Lesson 23

In this lesson we introduce you to the CAGED system.

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Congratulations, this is a big step, you now know all of the shapes for every primary major chord there is! Now whenever you come across any major chord in any song there is, you will know how to play it AND in any position! If you don't know how awesome that is, you soon will.

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Hayden Juday
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Hayden Juday I've looked up a lot of internet summaries on the CAGED system but this is the first that has actually made total sense to me. Thanks Pappy Gates!
Turias F.
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Turias F. Totally agree with that, thanks a lot!
Thomas Hardy
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Thomas Hardy Definitely agree! Thanks so much for these lessons.
John Tierney
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John Tierney Very helpful a good way to get rid of those "clunkers" is strum slow with the proper fingering and let each string ring out then if an infamous "thunk" is heard look at what finger is responsible for it and adjust. Then START OVER to insure your adjustment didn't make a new clunker elsewhere and if each note rings like it's supposed to, get used to it and you will play it the chord correctly and comfortably 😃 Rock on everybody
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