6.5 Song Chord Sequence

Andy | August 30, 2015 | 1 Comment

Three Chord Changing Exercises

It’s now time to practice the chord changes for Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door by using one down stroke for each chord and counting to 4 before you change.

G (Count to 4 – Making the down stroke on the count of 1)
D (Count to 4 – Making the down stroke on the count of 1)
Am (Count to 4 – Making the down stroke on the count of 1)
G (Count to 4 – Making the down stroke on the count of 1)
D (Count to 4 – Making the down stroke on the count of 1)
C (Count to 4 – Making the down stroke on the count of 1)

This is the order the chords are played in the song. Follow Andy to get the jist of it and then fire up your metronome to practice the sequence on your own. This great for timing and making you disciplined in your approach. It will increase your fluidity of change and make sure you can here all those notes ring out.

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  1. Gary Stout says:

    Text says “This great for timing and making you disciplined in your approach.” Might want to add ‘is’ between ‘This’ and great.’

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