Need help with your chords?
If the idea of "chords in each key" is new to you, I have some existing lessons to help out! These are from my Beginner Chord Guide course. They includes video explanations as well as print-friendly PDF guides.
Need a hand with music theory?
If you're curious how the chords in each key are determined, I explain this in my Practical Music Theory course. Specifically, these lessons:
How do capos work?
Capos are a handy tool for guitarists. By applying a capo to any fret, it shortens all the strings — which increases the pitch for everything you play. This lets you get a new sound from familiar chords, which can be handy for various reasons. Here's a few capo videos I've made:
What about minor keys?
I'll add them eventually! For now, I suggest relying on the relative minor of each major key — since the chords are the same. For example, A minor is the relative minor of C major. The notes in each of those keys are the same as our the chords. Here's a handy table for your reference:
- A minor is the relative minor of C major
- E minor is the relative minor of G major
- B minor is the relative minor of D major
- F# minor is the relative minor of A major
- C# minor is the relative minor of E major
More to come soon!
This tool is under construction, with more updates coming shortly. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions or feedback.