RGS Live – Harnessing the Power of Chord Patterns


Well thankfully this Special RGS live session went by without a hitch! I hosted this extra RGS Live due to the last session starting late due to some technical difficulties. I wanted to be sure everyone had a chance to voice their guitar questions who may not have had an opportunity to do so last time.

We dove right into some great guitar topics such as; how to prevent buzzing strings when playing add9 and add11 chords, what guitar strings I recommend, and how to change chords on the 3rd beat without losing the strumming pattern!

If you missed out on this special RGS Live session, don’t worry, the next RGS Live will be on our usual first Thursday of the month. So I look forward to seeing you all on Thursday, February 2nd at 12 pm PDT / 3 pm EDT.  Click here to bookmark the next RGS Live session so you don’t miss out, or you can add the link directly to your calendar!


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Here are the strings I generally use for my acoustic guitar.

D’Addario Acoustic Guitar Strings:

EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light Gauge .012-.53>>

XT Phosphor Bronze Coated Acoustic Guitar Strings .012-.53 Light>>


Need help playing chords without buzzing or muting strings? Check out my blog article below!

Learn About Playing Chords Without Touching Other Strings>>


Learn why you should choose chord patterns over individual chords.

Find out why chord patterns are better by reading this blog post!>>


Here are 7 of the most useful chord patterns for guitarist to learn and memorize.

7 Common Chord Patterns You NEED to Know <<

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Here’s the lesson that I was referring to in the beginning using the add11 and add9 chords.

Click here to check out Riding the Bass Wave Lesson>>


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