Today I'm teaching you a simple reharmonization technique for guitar that will help you completely transform the chord progressions in your guitar arrangements and compositions - so you can stop using the same old boring chord progressions!
Ever wonder how some guitarists can make happy songs sound sad?
Completely changing the mood of a song in our arrangements can be such a cool effect!
I've done this several times in my own arrangements - including a sad version of the "Friends" theme song.
The key to this is reharmonization.
Sounds complicated, but it's really simple.
You can keep the same melody, but change the chords underneath - and completely transform the sound of a piece!
But how do you know what chords you can use, and where?
That's what I'm going to teach you in today's video!
And trust me, it's so much easier than you think!
I legitimately used to think only jazz wizards used reharmonization - and I'm definitely not a jazz guy!
But I now use it regularly to spice up the chord progressions in my arrangements, and I'm going to show you how you can easily do the same.
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