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Learning Guitar - Lesson Ten
Part 4: Chord Quiz
 More of this Feature
• Part 1: overview
• Part 2: palm muting
• Part 3: major chord inversions
• Part 4: chord quiz
• Part 5: advanced string bends
• Part 6: learning songs
• Part 7: practice schedule
 
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• Index of Guitar Lessons
• Buying Your First Guitar
• How to Read Guitar Tab
• Easy to Play Songs
 
We've covered a whole lot of ground in our lessons up until this point. We've learned a great variety of chords - including open major and minor chords, power chords, 7th chords, barre chords, and sus 4 chords. Here's your chance to test your knowledge, by trying to identify the following ten chords. Pick up your guitar, and try and play the following chords. When you've fingered the chord you believe is correct, hit the "answer" button, and the correct chord will be displayed.
Question 1:
How to you play an open G major chord?
Question 2:
How to you play an open A minor chord?
Question 3:
How to you play an open D minor chord?
Question 4:
How to you play an open E major chord?
Question 5:
How to you play a B minor chord, with root on fifth string?
Question 6:
How to you play an open C7 chord?
Question 7:
How to you play an F# minor chord, with root on sixth string?
Question 8:
How to you play a B5 chord (B power chord) with root on fifth string?
Question 9:
How to you play a Db major chord?
Question 10:
How to you play an open Asus4 chord?
How did you do? It's rather important to know all of these chords... these, and many others, are commonly used in all styles of music, and you'll need to be able to remember how to play them quickly. If you had some trouble, make sure you review open major and minor chords, power chords, 7th chords, barre chords, and sus 4 chords.

Got it? Now, let's explore advanced bending techniques.  

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