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Minor Bar Chord Shapes – Rhythm Guitar Lesson #6

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Welcome to video six of the Rhythm Guitar Quick-Start Series. This lesson covers two essential minor bar chord shapes. These are really important to learn because the next lesson uses major and minor bar chord shapes to play through some of the most popular chord progressions.

These minor bar chord shapes should be relatively easy to learn, because they are based on the major bar chord shapes that were covered in the last lesson. The only difference is you have to change one note in each shape.

Ready to apply these minor bar chord shapes to some chord progressions? You can find the next lesson in the rhythm guitar series here:


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20 thoughts on “Minor Bar Chord Shapes – Rhythm Guitar Lesson #6

  1. Nate, you are awesome! I am learning so much from your tutorials. You are such a gifted teacher! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

  2. very good tutorials i learned a lot of new information from them
    BUT i don´t understand that A and E shapes with that bars . i was always using e shape, i just need to know what will change when i use A shape? i know that shapes are used when we want higher octave or not ? 😀 it is new thing to me 😀

  3. Thanks best tutorial seires I've found so far. Are there any other Bar Chord shapes other than E/A Major/Minor?

  4. Excellent tutorial, very comprehensive. Thank you for making it so easy even a knucklehead like me can do it. Being able to achieve all majors and minors with a single chord shape via Barring opens a lot of doors. Looking forward to the rest of the series. Thanks again!

  5. wow i ddnt knew that minor bar chords are that easy to learn. but need to practice on my index finger strength.. thanks alot for free videos!

  6. Thank you for making an easy to understand video after trawling through a lot finally something worth watching. Cheers!

  7. Hi Nate,
    on minute 0:56, you said "A major bar(in 5th fret)" but your finger show "A bar chord" ,
    is it actually the same shape?

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