The “What Are Chords” website and Kindle book do not provide detailed information about guitar chords. The main focus is on general chord tuition for all music students.
But as an amateur guitar player who started strumming at school and still owns an acoustic guitar more than 50 years later and who has written hundreds of guitar parts in just about all styles of music I feel entitled to pass on a little guitar chord advice.
So, if you’re a guitar student looking for chord advice, the content of this website will teach you plenty about harmony in a general sense, but may not satisfy you if you’re after specific guitar chords and fingerings etc.
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