Posted by: worshipguitarguy | October 27, 2008

Worship Guitar Chords Exposed!: Wrapping it Up

Ok, let’s wrap this thing up, with a couple of resources:

Worship Chords Exposed Chord Chart:  First, this is a PDF chord chart of all the chords from this entire series.  It’s a nice, neat, clean, handy dandy reference for you to pull from when practicing.

CAGED Reference Chart for the Nashville Number System:  This chart’s a comparative reference for each of the five CAGED keys in relationship to their Nashville Number System numbers.  It’s a quick and easy guide for changing a song’s key and determining which chords to play after the change.

CAGED Keys Back to Back mp3:  Here’s an example of a 1-5-6m-4 chord progression played back to back in each of the 5 CAGED keys.  This gives you a good reference of the unique qualities or voicings each CAGED position brings in relationship to the others.  The progressions are played in the “CAGED” order so it’s C, A, G, E then D.

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  1. Thanks so much for these resources…I really appreciate you taking the time to put all of this together…

  2. Thanks a lot for this stuff. Very useful and well written.

  3. No problem guys, anytime!

  4. A great way to break out of the normal i-iv-v in a song, especial during an instrumental portion, is to play the relative minor chords.

    For example, the vii (6) chord of the major scale is the relative key. So, The relative minor key for G is Em.

    Major scale (1-4-5) in G is:
    G, C, D.

    Play G, C, D, now play the Em. The Em is the vii-chord for G-major. Now, as it’s also the relative minor, play this:
    G, C, D, Em, Am, Bm, Em, G.

    Gerry covers relative minors in a post from 2006 – just search for relative minor. I thought it was a good time to revisit it.

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