1. Minor and Major Open Position Chords

Open position guitar chords include unfretted strings that are permitted to ring open. In this video we show you all minor and major open position chords 

Major and Minor chords are made up of 1st, 2nd and 3rd notes of scale. Major chords have stable, positive, upbeat and happy sounds, especially if you aim to do some songwriting. Minor chords have dramatic and emotional sounds. 
The chart below represents all major and minor open position chords in details.
2. Arpeggios on the open position chords

Arpeggio is a very useful technique on the guitar where you pick one note of a chord at a time. In this video we show you how to do arpeggios on the open position chords.

Arpeggios could be used for a gentle ballad or for a a little atmosphere. You wont hear a lot of arpeggiated chords in faster upbeat pieces. But there are always exceptions.
Arpeggio is a very important technique in classical and other types of music. For beginning players, working on arpeggios will unlock the space between strumming chords and running scales, and give you a better general understanding of musical harmony-meaning, in its broadest sense, the ways that two or more notes can interact.
 
 

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